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Michael Dick is a PhD Candidate at the University of Toronto's Faculty of Information.

Among other things, he teaches CCT 110: The Rhetoric of Digital and Interactive Media Environments at the University of Toronto Mississauga's Institute of Communication, Culture and Information Technology, and integrates Wikipedia assignments into his courses wherever possible.

In the Fall 2011 term, Michael worked for INF 1001: Knowledge and Information in Society with Profs. Andrew Clement, Siobhan Stevenson, and Michael McCaffrey, where he also integrated a Wikipedia assignment into the curriculum.

Useful Links

For students who are new to editing Wikipedia, I recommend reviewing the following materials to get started:

For CCT 110: Please feel free to post technical questions to the talk pages of our Wikipedia Campus Ambassadors: Deneille Walters and Monico Santiago.

You can also consult the "Resources" and "Getting Help" links found on your course syllabus and/or assignment instructions sheet.

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PhD, Information Studies, University of Toronto (2010 - Present)
MA, Communication and Culture, York University (2010)
BA (Hons.), Radio and Television Arts and English, Ryerson University (2008)

Office Hours

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Contacting Me

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Questions regarding Wikipedia can also be left on my talk page. I'll get back to you as soon as possible. Please keep in mind that these Wikipedia posts/exchanges are public.