Succesful Information Communities

The following are examples of communities  INFO 200 students have researched successfully. This list may inspire your thinking as you choose your community:

Professional communities (doctors, lawyers, etc)

Vegetarians

Cancer survivors

Crafters

Hobbyist Cooks

Harry Potter Fans

Nerdfighters Online Community

Specialty Coffee Professionals

Tattoo Enthusiasts

Film Preservation Archivists

Fiction Writers

Hobby Genealogists

Children’s Librarians

Triathletes

Military Families

Recreational Drone Users

US Immigrants

Elderly Caregivers

Book Authors

Individuals suffering from chronic illness

Library Media Specialists

Feminist theory and music community

A town or geographic area’s Virtual Information Community

Pikes Peak Genealogical Society

ALA Think Tank

Somali Information Community

Homeless Persons

Hispanic community (in a specific location)

Historian information community

Film preservation  community

Blended Families

ufologists

eSports Community

Women’s health/fitness

Electronic Dance Music fans

Bay Area Riders Forum

Reality TV Fans

Homesteading

Adults Managing Depression

Conspiracy Theorists

Prisoner community

Parents with special needs children

Phish fans

Ham radio operators

Tweens

D&D fans

Board Game Fans

Video Gaming in Libraries

Cosplay

Knitting Community

Reenactment Community

Birding

Pregnancy

Gluten free

Running

Tiny Houses

Parents of Children with Disabilities

Prisoner community

Parents with special needs children

Phish fans

Ham radio operators

Web Sleuths and “Murderinos”