CIP


An ongoing study of Canadian trends in the use of and attitudes towards the
Internet, traditional media and emerging technologies, in global perspective.

Using CIP's Data and Findings

ADDITIONAL COPIES
Readers are welcome to download full copies or excerpts of publications from the Canadian Internet Project for non-commercial research or individual use only. The full text and graphs in this report may be downloaded from this website www.ciponline.ca (see Publications). For any other use of this report, please contact the Canadian Internet Project directly.

REPRINTING
Reprinting of any publication in any form other than brief excerpts requires the express written permission of the Canadian Internet Project.

DATA ACCESS / RESEARCH ASSOCIATE
Data and results from the Canadian Internet Project may be available for further academic and government study and publication (SPSS format). To access this information, you must become a Research Associate of the Canadian Internet Project. All members of the research network must execute an agreement with the Canadian Internet Project prior to obtaining and using the data. For more information, please contact the Canadian Internet Project. (czamaria@ryerson.ca)

ATTRIBUTION
Excerpted material from publications of the Canadian Internet Project may be cited in media coverage and institutional publications.

Text excerpts and use of data from the 2007 study should be attributed as follows:

Zamaria, Charles and Fred Fletcher. Canada Online! The Internet, media and emerging technologies: Uses, attitudes, trends and international comparisons 2007. Toronto: Canadian Internet Project, 2008.

Subsequent references should be cited as follows:
Zamaria, Fletcher: Canada Online! 2007, Canadian Internet Project

Figures and tables should be attributed in a source line as follows:
Zamaria, Fletcher: Canada Online! 2007, Canadian Internet Project

Text excerpts and use of data from the 2004 study should be attributed in a similar manner, changing title and year of publication where applicable.

Where possible, the following acknowledgement should be provided when reporting results or data from the study:

The Canadian Internet Project is a research initiative of the Canadian Media Research Consortium, under the direction of Charles Zamaria and Fred Fletcher in partnership with the following parties: the Government of Canada (Department of Canadian Heritage, Treasury Board Secretariat), Ontario Media Development Corporation, Telefilm Canada, Interactive Advertising Bureau of Canada, Bell Canada (Bell University Laboratories), eBay, Canadian Broadcasting Corporation, and the Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission.

Reprinting of this report or public use of its data, analysis or discussion requires the express written permission of the Canadian Internet Project. Please contact the Canadian Internet Project for appropriate credit and acknowledgement.

 

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