Understanding and building communication and information needs in rural Georgia

Karin Assmann presented “Understanding and building communication and information needs in rural Georgia” at the 2021 Engagement Scholarship Consortium (ESC) Annual Conference at Penn State (held virtually) on September 15, 2021. This is an ongoing project that grew out of an undergraduate reporting class and is a collaboration with Ev Andrews (Master’s in Emerging Media Studies ’21). Undergraduate CURO research assistant Josie Lipton is joining this project as it moves into the pilot project stage.

Karin Assmann 

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