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Dara O'Neil

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I am on the research faculty in the Georgia Tech Research Institute where I conduct technology transfer and policy analysis studies for sponsors. I am also a Ph.D. candidate in information and telecommunications policy in the School of Public Policy at Georgia Tech in Atlanta. My research interests include the intersections between new information and communication technologies, society, and policies, with a particular emphasis on evaluation methodologies for measuring socio-technical aspects of these intersections. 

EXPERTISE

Information and Telecommunications Policy
Evaluation 

RECENT PUBLICATIONS

O'Neil, D. and P.M.A. Baker (2003), "The role of institutional motivations in technological adoption: Implementation of Dekalb County's Family Technology Resource Centers," The Information Society, vol. 19, pp. 305-314.

O'Neil, D. (2002). "Assessing community informatics: A review of methodological approaches for evaluating community networks and community technology centers," Internet Research: Electronic Networking Applications and Policy, vol. 12, no. 1, pp. 76-102.

Demmers, J. and O'Neil, D. (2001), "Leavers and takers: Alternative perspectives on universal access to telecommunications technologies," Techne': Journal of the Society for Philosophy and Technology, vol. 5, no. 3, Spring 2001, pp. 40-61.