Recently, more people have been asking how to “join” CID. As there is no membership fee, this turns into a question about how to join the CID community. More details are provided on the What We Do page, but here’s a brief summary.
Then, see how the group can be useful to you, and how you can participate in the group. Look over the publications to see if you want to use some of what’s here, or notice a gap where you can contribute something new. If you’re fluent in a language other than English, and want to translate any of the concepts, case studies, or posters, or if you’re able to review translations by others, send an email. Once you contribute something, you earn a profile on the site, which helps others learn about you and your interests. If you’re a student (up to and including doctoral level), submit a video to the CID Video Competition. If you’re faculty, tell your students about the competition.
If this looks like a helpful organization for you, sign up through WordPress directly (through your own WP site if you have one, or through email – top right of page on a computer screen, bottom on a smart phone) or subscribe using social media platform you visit most: Facebook, LinkedIn, Twitter, or YouTube. Any of these ensures you will learn when a new post appears; none of them adds you to a listserve (there isn’t one). None of your information is shared with any other organization.