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A number of reports have been produced as a result of activities initiated by the Cultural Content Forum. These are listed, below, along with public summaries of the Forum's meetings.

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Cultural Content Forum commissioned reports

Evaluation of Digital Cultural Content: Analysis of evaluation material
  Alice Grant Consulting - November 2003.
  Adobe Acrobat .pdf format

Evaluation of Digital Cultural Content: Initial survey results and research agenda
  Alice Grant Consulting - July 2003.
  Adobe Acrobat .pdf format

Relevant reports contributed by members

Qualitative Research on Canadian Cultural Content on the Internet for Educators/ Recherche qualitative sur le contenu culturel canadien mis à la disposition des enseignants sur Internet
  Patterson, Langlois Consultants/ Ad Hoc Research, for the Canadian Culture Online Branch of Canadian Heritage - March 2003.
  Microsoft Word .doc format - available in English or Français

A Study of Business Models Sustaining the Development of Digital Cultural Content
  Wall Communications Inc., for the Canadian Culture Online Branch of Canadian Heritage - June 2002.
  PDF: <URL: http://www.pch.gc.ca/progs/pcce-ccop/reana/model-study.pdf>

Meeting reports

Understanding the International Audiences for Digital Cultural Content
  Paul Miller, David Dawson and John Perkins - June 2003.
  D-Lib Magazine 9/6
  HTML: <URL: http://www.dlib.org/dlib/june03/miller/06miller.html>

Towards a digital Cultural Content Forum
  Paul Miller, David Dawson and John Perkins - July 2002.
  Cultivate 7
  HTML: <URL: http://www.cultivate-int.org/issue7/washington/>

Re-inventing the Wheel? Standards, Interoperability and Digital Cultural Content  
  Tony Gill and Paul Miller - January 2002.
  D-Lib Magazine 8/1
  HTML: <URL: http://mirrored.ukoln.ac.uk/lis-journals/dlib/dlib/dlib/january02/gill/01gill.html>

Standing on the Shoulders of Giants: Efforts to Leverage Existing Synergies in Digital Cultural Content Creation Programmes World-wide
  Paul Miller, David Dawson and John Perkins - October 2001.