Gloria Boone is a Professor of Communication at Suffolk University in Boston, Massachusetts. I teach classes in Advertising, New Media, Information Architecture, Web Design, Women's Communication and Protest and Reform Rhetoric.
My current research is on a book focused on current and future developments in new media and social media for different demographic groups. I enjoy examining the latest developments in technology and how people respond and manipulate technology for their own needs and desires.
Some of my publications on technology include:
Spanish Content on Hospital Websites: An Analysis of U.S. Hospitals’ in Concentrated Latino Communities. Journal of Computer-Mediated Communication (July, 2010).
2009, April. New Media Strategies for Non-Profits. Cape Cod. http://infoacrs.com/newmedianonprofits.pdf
2009, "The Internet and Political Engagement" http://infoacrs.com/politicalengagement.pdf
Gallant, L.M., Irizarry, C., & Boone, G.M. (2008). Exploring the Technology Adoption Needs of Patients in E-Health. In Patient-Centered E-Health, Wilson, E. V. (Ed.)(pp.201-216)
Boone, G. & Secci, J. & Gallant, L. (2007, May). Emerging Trends in Online Advertising. Revista DOXA Comunicacion: Revista Interdisciplinar de estudios de Comunicacion y Ciencias Sociales, V, 241-253. http://www.uspceu.es/
Gallant, L. M. & Boone, G. M. & Heap, A. (2007, March). Five heuristics for designing and evaluating Web based communities.
First Monday,12 (3) http://firstmonday.org/htbin/cgiwrap/bin/ojs/index.php/fm/article/view/1...
Boone, G. (2004). How the Rhetorical Tradition Informs Web Design, Information Architecture and Usability. International Journal of the Humanities, Volume 2, Issue 3. Article: Electronic PDF . Article: Print (Spiral Bound). http://ijh.cgpublisher.com/product/pub.26/prod.403
Gallant, L., Boone, G. and Almquist, G. (June, 2003). Wireless Organizational Communication: A Framework for Communicative Informatics. Proceeding of the Informing Science + IT Education Conference. pp.1299-1310.
I have written books on Rhetorical Communication and Business Communication.
As a classically trained rhetorician and as a New Media expert, I believe the arts and the humanities inform developments in web design, technology and communication.
Visit my website at http://infoacrs.com.
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