Glen Farrelly

Supervisor: David Phillips

Glen Farrelly

Supervisor: David Phillips

Glen’s doctoral research examines locative media and the resulting interplay with our spatial relationships. He explores how the open and ubiquitous nature of mobile networked devices has created new possibilities for the widespread creation and dissemination of diverse and multimodal forms of geographically relevant information and experiences. Glen’s dissertation offers insight into the emerging media form of locative media and provides design guidelines for future application development.
Glen’s PhD research has been funded in part by a Canada Graduate Scholarship from Social Sciences & Humanities Research Council (SSHRC).

Glen teaches and consults in digital media and human computer interaction. He has worked with OCAD University, Emmanuel College at University of Toronto, McGill University, and Elsevier. His career highlights include managing an e-Business website, winning two awards of excellence in online communications and annual reports, and developing websites and mobile applications, including one of Canada’s first mobile applications. Glen’s also works as a photographer and journalist and has been published by Backbone Magazine, Canadian Geographic, Sposa Magazine, McGraw-Hill, MoneySense, and other sources.

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