Channarong Intahchomphoo (Ph.D)
Channarong Intahchomphoo (Ph.D)
Research Fellow, School of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science, University of Ottawa
Verified email at uottawa.ca
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Social media and youth suicide: A systematic review
C Intahchomphoo
The 2018 European Conference on Information Systems, 2018
72018
Social media objectives and challenges for law libraries: A systematic literature review
C Intahchomphoo, M Jeske, E Landriault
Legal Information Management 16 (4), 257-264, 2016
42016
The intersection of freedom of information, privacy legislation and library services in Canadian jurisdictions
M Jeske, C Intahchomphoo, E Landriault, BR Bioni
LIM 16, 14, 2016
42016
References to artificial intelligence in Canada's court cases
C Intahchomphoo, A Vellino, OE Gundersen, C Tschirhart, E Shaaban
Legal Information Management 20 (1), 39-46, 2020
22020
Indigenous peoples, social media, and the digital divide: A systematic literature review
C Intahchomphoo
American Indian Culture and Research Journal 42 (4), 2018
22018
Law Student Views on the Principles of Legal Research Website: An User Experience Study
C Intahchomphoo, M Jeske, E Landriault, M Brown
Legal Information Management 16 (3), 187-196, 2016
22016
Facebook Usage among Urban Indigenous Youth at Risk in Ontario
C Intahchomphoo
Université d'Ottawa/University of Ottawa, 2019
12019
Coping with budget cuts: How Canadian libraries compare with other countries
C Intahchomphoo, M Jeske, A Vellino
Canadian Law Library Review 41 (3), 17-23, 2016
12016
Law Library Virtual Tours and Tutorials on YouTube: A Social Media Review
C Intahchomphoo
Canadian Law Library Review 38 (1), 22-24, 2013
12013
Canadian university research libraries during the early days of the COVID-19 pandemic
C Intahchomphoo, M Brown
The Canadian Journal of Information and Library Science 44 (1), 2021
2021
Introducing the COVID-19 Misinformation Toolkit
C Intahchomphoo
University of Ottawa Journal of Medicine 11 (100), 2021
2021
A Sharp Increase in the Demand for Scholar Portal’s ODESI and Dataverse during the COVID-19 Pandemic
C Intahchomphoo
2021
Ecosystem, Education and Mindset of Startups in Canada’s Capital
C Intahchomphoo, OE Gundersen, C Tschirhart
2021
Artificial Intelligence and Race: a Systematic Review
C Intahchomphoo, OE Gundersen
Legal Information Management 20 (2), 74-84, 2020
2020
Une entrevue avec Dr Raywat Deonandan sur la désinformation COVID-19
C Intahchomphoo, M Brown
2020
An Interview with Dr. Raywat Deonandan about COVID-19 Misinformation
C Intahchomphoo, M Brown
2020
Connecting with Youth at Risk: Indigenous Organizations Use of Facebook
C Intahchomphoo, A Vellino, OE Gundersen
The Journal of Community Informatics 15, 2019
2019
ICTs and Well-being
F Castellacci, V Tveito, H Scwabe, C Viñas-Bardolet, F Sabatini, ...
Workshop, University of Oslo 4, 5, 2017
2017
Accessibility and Libraries in the Internet Era: Space, E-Resources, and the Web
C Intahchomphoo, M Jeske
Paper presented at the 37th International Association of University …, 2016
2016
Using Social Media, Apps, and Traditional Channels to Promote Legal Database Training: A Case Study of Social Marketing
M Jeske, N Leonard, E Landriault, C Intahchomphoo
Canadian Law Library Review 39 (2), 17-20, 2014
2014
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