The Digital Do-It-Yourself (DiDIY) Project is an Eropean H2020 research project which addresses the call ICT 31-2014 Human-centric Digital Age of the Leadership in enabling and industrial technologies, Information and Communication Technologies Horizon 2020 work programme. DiDIY, which started in January 2015 and will end in June 2017, intends to develop a human-centric and multi-perspective approach to the scientific study of Digital DIY, in order to:
- better understand its impacts on all areas of society
- support both education and policy making on Digital DIY, through models and guidelines driven by social and cultural strategies, not technology
I participate to the project as a member of the Free Knowledge Institute, with the main (but not the only) role of responsible of Work Package 8 “Dissemination, future roadmap and sustainability”. To find more about the project, read its “About” page and the DiDIY official blog.