Program details

When does The Digital Everyday take place this year?

The Digital Everyday runs for thirteen (13) weeks this year, from 16 August to 30 November 2023. This is out second cohort and we’re excited to have engaged participants.

Who is The Digital Everyday for?

The Digital Everyday is curated specifically for activists, practitioners, policymakers, community organisers, artists, researchers, and students of South Asian origin based anywhere in the world. We especially welcome applications from women, non-binary, queer and trans persons.

What’s the difference between a Learner and a Resident?

What does the learning journey look like for a Resident?

The Digital Everyday is built on the understanding of learning as a collective practice. Instead of individual-driven, competitive practices, we offer formative and reflective conditions for learning.

Will the materials, syllabus etc be available after the program is over?

Yes, the link to the knowledge inputs will also be active and accessible for every Resident and Learner who have signed up for the course.

Do I need to be in India?

No. You can be located anywhere as The Digital Everyday is entirely online.

However, in the spirit of time justice, we prioritize applicants whose time zones generally overlap with our meeting times.

What time/day of the week will the live meetings be?

Only for Residents: 

Learning calls with your cohort: 1.5 hours every Saturday. Choose any slot between 10 AM - 8 PM IST on the application form

For both Learners and Residents:

Knowledge Studio: Once a month, on a Tuesday at 7:30 PM - 9 PM IST

Is there a course fee?

Participation in The Digital Everyday is financially valued between INR 2-10,000 depending on where you are based. We are also offering partial or full scholarships to limited candidates to co-create this learning journey with us. Learners can access the course material for free.

What do I require to participate in The Digital Everyday?

  • You need a stable, high-speed Internet connection
  • You should have a functional laptop or desktop and digital devices which gives you big-screen access to material
  • The tech that will be used to host the CLI are: Slack, Zoom, Signal, Google Suite and NextCloud

Is there a selection process?

The Digital Everyday is open to participants from different fields, experiences, and education levels. Since we have a limited number of seats, we will prioritise applications that reflect a strong interest in and desire to understand how gender intersects with the technology we use, or how the body is mediated through technology.

What’s the admissions timeline?

Admissions open: 23 June, 2023

Review begins: 1 July, 2023

Admissions close: 23 July, 2023

Applicants notified: On or by 2 August, 2023

Onboarding: 8 August, 2023

The Digital Everyday launches: 16 August 2023

What if I have more questions?

We’re happy to hear from you! Please send in your questions and thoughts to [email protected]

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