Lowering Technological Barriers to Developing, Deploying and Maintaining Web-based Interactive Information Systems

By Shirley Fenton, Don Cowan and Douglas Mulholland.

Published by The Technology Collection

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Social processes and technologies used to overcome community-based organizations' reluctance to develop and deploy advanced Web-based software systems are discussed.

Keywords: Community, Engagement, Information Technology, World-Wide Web, Partnership, Sustainability, Service-Oriented Architecture, Metadata, XML, XSL, Technology Transfer

International Journal of Technology, Knowledge and Society, Volume 1, Issue 4, pp.175-182. Article: Print (Spiral Bound). Article: Electronic (PDF File; 1.062MB).

Ms Shirley Fenton

Shirley Fenton is Managing Director, Waterloo Institute for Health Informatics Research, University of Waterloo and Research Associate, Computer Systems Group (CSG). Her research interests are innovative Internet applications, community information portals, web-based tools and technology deployment across various sectors. She is active in building research and technology transfer relationships with industry, organizations, and government. She has worked in information technology and research positions for over 20 years.

Dr. Don Cowan

Dr Donald Cowan is Director of the Computer Systems Group at the University of Waterloo. Dr Cowan's research focuses on design and implementation of Web-based software engineering and associated systems.

Douglas Mulholland

Douglas Mulholland is a Research Associate with the Computer Systems Group at the University of Waterloo. His current research focuses on bringing sustainable information technology to all types of communities


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