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Successful E-Publication Seeks Warm Web 2.0 Technology to Build a Future Together

Presentation to TRY: The 6th Annual Library Staff Conference, April 2010, Toronto, Ontario, Canada.
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Kimberly Silk

on 25 April 2010

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Transcript of Successful E-Publication Seeks Warm Web 2.0 Technology to Build a Future Together

Who is the
Martin Prosperity Institute? We are an academic think tank that studies global prosperity in terms of location, place and city regions.

Led by Director Richard Florida, we take an integrated view of prosperity, looking beyond economic measures to include the importance of quality of place and the development of people’s creative potential.

We’re part of the Rotman School of Management at the University of Toronto.
Research Directors Operations Team Research Team Growing community of
international research affiliates Thank you for your attention.

Kimberly Silk
Data Librarian, Martin Prosperity Institute

Find me at:
E: kimberly.silk@rotman.utoronto.ca
Twitter: kimberlysilk
Web 2.0 Technologies at the
Martin Prosperity Institute Everyone else MPI's Target Audiences Prospective, current and past students Prospective, current and past event attendees Social Knowledge Management Current Challenge:
Bits 'n pieces everywhere.
Where can we consolidate?
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