Research Team Presenting at American Association of Geographers Annual Meeting - Washington DC

Several team members are presenting at this year's Association of American Geographers Annual Meeting in Washington, DC April 2-7th, 2019. This conference is a great opportunity to share our research with a large community of geographers and get valuable feedback. Here are team members and their sessions:

Canadian Smart Cities: Are we wiring new citizen-local government interactions?

Authors: Peter Johnson*, University of Waterloo, Pamela Robinson, Ryerson University
 

Citizen-government partnership: Understanding government perspective on co-creating information with citizens

Authors: Zarin Khan*, University of Waterloo

The Implications of Contributing Open Aerial Data Through the Use of Drones

Authors: Veronika Jorz*, University of Waterloo

Toward a geography of engagement

Authors: Albert Acedo*, University of Waterloo, Tiago Oliveira, Universidade Nova de Lisboa, Mijail Naranjo-Zolotov, Universidade Nova de Lisboa, Marco Painho, Universidade Nova de Lisboa

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