Workshop Proposal Accepted for CHI 2016 Development Consortium

A proposal I worked on has been accepted to CHI 2016's Development Consortium, HCI4D Across Borders. This project is being done in collaboration with two of my colleagues at Georgia Tech: Rui Zhou, PhD student in Human-Centered Computing, and Neha Kumar, professor of Interactive Computing and International Affairs.

leaders in an Indian community talk about disseminating agricultural knowledge among farmers in their area

leaders in an Indian community talk about disseminating agricultural knowledge among farmers in their area

Titled Agricultural Knowledge Management in Rural China: Learning from Existing Approaches in India, we aim to explore different ways agricultural knowledge is captured and shared in India and how approaches that have been successful there could be adapted to the Chinese context. I'm crossing my fingers that I'll be able to join everyone in San Jose, else I will certainly be participating remotely!

an agricultural video dissemination session in India

an agricultural video dissemination session in India