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Personal online reputation: the development of an approach to investigate how personal reputation is evaluated and managed in online environments.

Conference Proceeding
Ryan, F., Cruickshank, P., Hall, H., & Lawson, A. (2016)
Personal online reputation: the development of an approach to investigate how personal reputation is evaluated and managed in online environments. In IDIMC 2016: Exploring our digital shadow - from data to intelligence, (98-108
The main theme of the paper is the development of a framework to investigate how online information is used in the creation, building, and evaluation of personal reputations. ...

Hyperlocal Government Engagement online

Report
Cruickshank, P., & Ryan, B. (2015)
Hyperlocal Government Engagement online. Edinburgh, Scotland: Communities and Culture Network
This report presents a seed research project funded by the CCN+, that investigated digital engagement by three neighbouring Scottish Community Councils (CCs) in a distinct are...

Assessing the available and accessible evidence: how personal reputations are determined and managed online.

Presentation / Conference
Ryan, F., Cruickshank, P., Hall, H., & Lawson, A. (2015, June)
Assessing the available and accessible evidence: how personal reputations are determined and managed online. Paper presented at Information: interactions and impact (i3) 2015
This paper is concerned with how online information contributes to the determination of personal reputations. The term “personal reputation” in this context means the reputati...

Mobile apps for bus users in Edinburgh.

Report
Cruickshank, P. (2010)
Mobile apps for bus users in Edinburgh
Edinburgh and its surrounding area are well served by an efficient bus network. The City of Edinburgh Council (CEC) have worked with the locally owned bus company (Lothian Bus...

Gàidhlig 2 IPA: developing Gaelic text-to-phoneme (TTP) software.

Presentation / Conference
Lawson, A., Corti, R., Cruickshank, P., & Bauer, M. (2010, August)
Gàidhlig 2 IPA: developing Gaelic text-to-phoneme (TTP) software. Paper presented at Rannsachadh na Gàidhlig 2010, University of Aberdeen