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Presentation
Mobilizing User-Generated Content for Canada’s Digital Content Advantage
Research Day (Arts & Humanities, FIMS, and Education)
  • Samuel E. Trosow, The University of Western Ontario
  • Jacquelyn Burkell, The University of Western Ontario
  • Nick Dyer-Witheford, The University of Western Ontario
  • Pamela J. McKenzie, University of Western Ontario
  • Michael B. McNally, The University of Western Ontario
  • Caroline Whippey, The University of Western Ontario
  • Lola Wong, The University of Western Ontario
Start Date
23-3-2011 3:00 PM
End Date
23-3-2011 6:00 PM
Description
The goal of the Mobilizing User-Generated Content for Canada’s Digital Content Advantage project is to define User-Generated Content (UGC) in its current state, identify successful models built for UGC, and anticipate barriers and policy infrastructure needed to sustain a model to leverage the further development of UGC to Canada's advantage.This poster session is based on the report, Mobilizing User-Generated Content For Canada’s Digital Advantage (http://ir.lib.uwo.ca/fimspub/21/) and is related to the Brown Bag presentation also presented on March 23, 2011 (http://ir.lib.uwo.ca/fimspres/11/).
Citation Information
Samuel E. Trosow, Jacquelyn Burkell, Nick Dyer-Witheford, Pamela J. McKenzie, et al.. "Mobilizing User-Generated Content for Canada’s Digital Content Advantage" (2011)
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/jacquelyn-burkell/17/