Papers & Presentations

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Becker, S., Crandall, M. D., & Fisher, K.F. (2009). Communicating the impact of free access to computers and the Internet in public libraries: a mixed methods approach to developing outcome indicators. Public Library Quarterly, 28:2.

Becker, S., Fisher, K, Crandall, M. (2010). “eGovernment Services Use and Impact through Public Libraries: Preliminary Findings from a National Study of Public Access Computing in Public Libraries”. HICSS-43. January 5-8, 2010; Kauai, Hawaii.

Coward, C., Crandall, M., & Becker S. (2010). Impact of Community Technology Centers: Fishbowl Discussion of Methods and Findings. iConference 2010: iSociety: Research, Education, Engagement. Feb. 3-6, 2010. Urbana-Champaign: University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, NC.

Crandall, M. (2007). “Digital Inclusion in Action: How Washington’s community technology nonprofits provide access, literacy and content”.  Presentation to Washington Senate Water, Energy and Telecommunications Committee.  Olympia, WA. November 30, 2007

Crandall, M. (2008). “Communities Connect Network–Communicating CTC Impact to the Legislature”.  CTCNet 2008, November 13, 2008.  Los Angeles, CA.

Crandall, M. (2009). “Engaging Community: Methods and Values in Community Informatics”. iConference 2009: iSociety:  Research, Education, Engagement. Feb. 8-11, 2009. Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, NC. (Presenter).

Crandall, M. (2009). “Setting the Context: A Thought Paper for the IFLA Convening”. IFLA 2009. Milan, Italy.

Crandall, M., and Coward, C. “Demonstrating Impact: Why Policy Makers Should Care About Public Access Computing”. European Congress on E-Inclusion : Technology & Beyond in Public Libraries. October 23, 2009. Brussels, Belgium.

Crandall, M., & Fisher, K. E. (2006). “Recognizing the Impact of Community Technology”.  Communities Connect Network Statewide Technology Meeting.  August 16, 2006.

Crandall, M., & Fisher, K. E. (2008). “The Impact of Free Access to Computers & the Internet at Public Libraries”. Association of Librarians of the University of Washington. Winter Quarter Meeting. Mar. 6, 2008. Seattle: University of Washington, WA. (Presenters).

Crandall, M., & Fisher, K. E. (2008). “Let’s get wild: Building a national research and service agenda for community technologies and networking”. iConference 2008: Futures: Systems, Selves, Society. Feb. 28-March 1, 2008. Los Angeles: UCLA, CA. (Organizers and presenters).

Crandall, M., & Fisher, K. E. (2009). Digital Inclusion:  Communicating Impact through Practice and Research. Information Today, Inc.  Medford, NJ.  In press, 2009 release.

Crandall, M., Fisher, K. E., Landry, C. F. (2009). “Communities Connect Network: Advancing e-Inclusion in Washington State through Community Technology”. Poster presented at iConference 2009: iSociety: Research, Education, Engagement. Feb. 8-11, 2009. Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, NC.

Crandall, M., Fisher, K. E., Landry, C. F. (2009). “Communities Connect Network:  Advancing e-Inclusion in Washington State through Community Technology”. iConference 2009: iSociety:  Research, Education, Engagement. Feb. 8-11, 2009. Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, NC.

Crandall, M., Fisher, K., Manjarrez, C., and Greene, J. (2009). “The Impact of Free Access to Computers and the Internet at Public Libraries”. Community Indicators Consortium 2009 International Conference. October 2, 2009. Bellevue, WA.

Crandall, M., and Keyes, D. (2009). “Digital Inclusion: Context and Looking at Recent Data”. Pacific Northwest Digital Inclusion Summit. Jan. 28, 2009. Seattle, WA.

Crandall, M., & Mitchell, M. (2007). “Communities Connect Network”.  Washington Higher Education Legislative Day.  January 31, 2007.  Olympia, WA.