Monday, December 11, 2017

Past Speaking Engagements

  •  Francoli, M. (2015) Open Government Partnership Summit, Mexico City, November.
  • Clarke, A. and Francoli, M. (2015) Canadian Political Science Association, Ottawa, Ontario, June.
  • Francoli, M. (2015) Canadian Communication Association, Ottawa, Ontario, June.
  • Francoli, M. (2014). Open Government Partnership, Meeting of the Americas, San Jose, Costa Rica.
  • Francoli, M. (2014). Annual Meeting of the Federal and Provincial Information Commissioners, Ottawa, Ontario.
  • Francoli, M. (2014). Government Information Day, Ottawa, Ontario.
  • Francoli, M. (2014). Parliament of Canada, Parliamentary Standing Committee of Government Operations and Estimates, Witness to a Special Study on Open Data, May 13, 2014.
  • Francoli, M. (2014) 'Open Government', Big Data Congress, St. John, NB, http://bigdatacongress.t4g.com
  • Francoli, M. and Pare, D. (2013) Compromised Data? New Paradigms in Social Media Theory and Methods, October 2013, Ryerson University, Toronto, Ontario: http://infoscapelab.ca/news/cfp-compromised-data-new-paradigms-social-media-theory-and-methods
  • Francoli, M. and Pare, D. (2013) Social Media and Society, September 2013, Dalhousie University, Halifax, NS: http://socialmediaandsociety.com
  • Francoli, M. and Clarke, A. (2013) ‘What’s in a name? Questioning the homogeneity of ‘open government’ programs across seven countries’ Canadian Communication Association and Canadian Political Science Association Annual Meetings, Victoria, BC, June 2013.
  • Francoli, M. (2012) ‘What Makes Governments Open?’ International Political Science Association, Madrid, Spain.
  • Francoli, M. (2011) 'Social Media and the 2011 Federal Election', Conference on New Canadian Politics? The May 2011 Federal Election and After, Ottawa University, Ottawa, Canada. 
  • Francoli, M. (2008) ‘Building the Public Sphere or a Spiral of Silence?’, Web 2.0 International Conference, Royal Holloway, University of London, Egham, UK.
  • Francoli, M. (2007) ‘MPs and ICTs’, Canadian Study of Parliament Group, Parliament of Canada.
  • Francoli, M. (2007) ‘Parliaments Online: Modernizing and Engaging?’ Parliaments in the Digital Age Workshop, University of Oxford, Oxford Internet Institute, UK.
  • Francoli, M. and Ward, S. (2007) ‘21st Century Soapboxes? MPs and their Blogs’, Political Studies Association Annual Conference, Bath, UK. 
  • Francoli, M. (2005) ‘Research on Information and Communication Technologies with Aboriginal Communities’, OurMedia Annual Conference, Bangalore, India.
  • Francoli, M. (2005) ‘E-Government in Canada: Practice and Possibilities’,Canadian Political Science Association Annual Conference, London, Ontario.
  • Francoli, M. (2004) ‘Information and Communication Technologies in Canada: An Instrument of Governance or Politics as Usual?’, Conference on Contemporary Governance and the Question of the Social, Edmonton, Alberta.
  • Francoli, M. (2004) ‘Toward a Digital Commons?’, International Colloquium on Communications and Democracy, Fredericton, New Brunswick.