Glen Farrelly

Glen Farrelly

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Biography

Glen Farrelly resides in Toronto, Canada. After ten years working in the Internet industry, he is now pursuing a Master of Arts in Communications via e-learning from Royal Roads University, Canada. He has also studied the Internet at University of Torontos Strategic e-Business program and at Humber Colleges Internet Management program. His career highlights include six years managing a financial services website, developing websites with a dot.com start-up, and writing online travelogues for Canadian Geographic and Bootsnall.com. His masters thesis will examine factors limiting the widespread adoption in Canada of website accessibility for the visually impaired. His other research interests include folksonomies, social media, website usability, microblogging, and Canadian Internet history. He is a member of the Association of Internet Researchers, Canadian Internet Registration Authority, the Internet Society, CaseCamp and other local Internet-related groups. Mr Farellys recent honours include winning a Joseph-Armand Bombardier Canada Graduate scholarship and two Apex awards for excellence in overall website and online annual reports. Glen explores Internet topics in his blog and for Backbone Magazine.