Mar 31, 2017
from 09:00 AM to 05:00 PM
|Where||Bingham Humanities Bldg. Room 300|
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Calling all amateur and professional designers, developers, creative writers, filmmakers, photographers, activists, and community members!
The Digital Humanities Initiative, in collaboration with the UoL Center for GIS, invites you to participate in hacktheville, an 8-hour caffeine- and pizza- fueled hackathon that creates innovative technological solutions to community problems.
This year we are coordinating with the Mayor’s Office and community leaders to design digital resources that will help support and safeguard Louisville’s immigrant and refugee residents in our current moment.
hacktheville is open to all students, faculty, and community members. No matter what your skill set, you will be a valuable member of our team as we brainstorm, design, and build the future of technology in Louisville.
Co-sponsored by: The Commonwealth Center for the Humanities & Society and UofL’s Departments of Geography and Geosciences, English, and History.