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    • The COMMies
      Our Mapping Project
    • Information in Columbia
    • Private
      Life Enhancing Needs
      -- Make Life Better
      -- Fulfill individual needs
      Civic Information Needs
      -- What is going on in town?
      -- Important aspects of functional community landscape
    • 4 Main Online Information Hubs
      City of Columbia Website
      http://www.gocolumbiamo.com/
      Daniel Boone Regional Library -- Community Tab
      http://www.dbrl.org/community
      Formerly COIN (Columbia Online Information Network)
      Everything Mid-Mo
      http://www.everythingmidmo.com/marketplace/
      Sister Website to Columbia Tribune
      Columbia Convention and Visitors Bureau
      http://www.visitcolumbiamo.com/web/welcome/land/index.php
    • Other Information Hubs
      Newspaper
      Word Of Mouth
      Television
      Radio
      AM/FM
      Social Media
      Physical Places
      Physical Signs
    • Life Enhancing Needs
      Food/Dining Religion
      www.discoverthedistrict.comhttp://www.facebook.com/group.php?gid=52778348182&v=info
      www.midmodiningguide.com
      Home/Garden
      http://comogardens.org/
      (City Utilities) http://www.gocolumbiamo.com/WaterandLight/Home/
      Travel
      http://www.everythingmidmo.com/marketplace/businesses/bed-breakfast-by-teddy-bear/
      Recreation
      Sporting Events Calender http://www.visitcolumbiamo.com/web/things_to_do/sporting_events.php
      http://gocolumbiamoparks.blogspot.com/ -- ZERO COMMENTS but good looking blog
      Arts and Entertainment
      http://guidetobars.com/
      http://www.gocolumbiamo.com/ParksandRec/Activities_and_Programs/heritage-festival.php
      Business
      http://www.everythingmidmo.com/marketplace/categories/business-to-business/land-planning-
      surveying-services/?page=2&page=1
    • Civic Information
      Education
      Columbia Public Schools, MU, CC, Stephen’s
      Government Services
      http://www.gocolumbiamo.com/
      Social Services
      http://www.dbrl.org/community/social-services
      Clubs/Organizations
      http://www.everythingmidmo.com/marketplace/categories/community-clubs-organizations/
      Transportation
      http://www.gocolumbiamo.com/transportation.php
      Health/Safety
      http://www.gocolumbiamo.com/CommunityServices/Documents/display_ads.pdf
      Employment
      http://jobwizard.columbiatribune.com/
      Library
      http://www.dbrl.org/
      http://www.dbrl.org/outreach
    • Private Gaps
      Life Enhancing Needs  Civic Information =
      Information Ecology (Overall view of communities happenings)
      Gaps In:
      a) Access to Civic Information
      - “Most useful info” hidden away.
      b) Relevance of Life Enhancing Needs
      - Columbia information heavily segmented towards some groups and away from others.
      - Uneven distribution and availability.
      - Established, and/or possibly uninformed view of information landscape.
    • Nonprofit
    • Services
      Columbia College
      Planned Parenthood
      Primaris
      Boys and Girls Town
      Central Missouri Area Agency on the Aging
      Cedar Creek Therapeutic Riding Center
      Mid-Missouri Legal Service Corp.
      St. Francis House
      Missouri Rural Crisis Center
    • Services Contact
      • Columbia College -http://www.ccis.edu/about/
      • 1001 Rogers St. Columbia, MO 65216
      • Planned Parenthood -http://www.plannedparenthood.org/about-us/index.htm
      • 711 N. Providence Rd. Columbia, MO 65203 – Phone: 573-433-0427
      • Primaris-http://www.primaris.org/employment
      • 200 North Keene St. Columbia, MO 65201 – Fax: 573-777-9014
      • Boys and Girls Town –http://bgc-columbia.org/about-2/
      • 102 Fay St. Columbia, MO 65201 – Phone 573-874-1697
      • Central Missouri Area Agency on the Aging -http://www.cmaaa.net/about.htm
      • 1121 Business Loop 70 East, Suite 2A Columbia, MO 65201 – Phone: 800-369-5211
    • Services Contact
      • Cedar Creek Therapeutic Riding Center -http://cedarcreek.missouri.org/home/about
      • 4895 E Hwy 163 Columbia, MO 65201 – Phone: 573-875-8556
      • Mid-Missouri Legal Service Corp. -http://www.lsmo.org/Data/LegalServices/LegalService_129
      • 205 East Forest Ave. Columbia, MO 65201 – Phone: 573-442-0116
      • St. Francis House -http://www.stfrancishouse.org/site/PageServer?pagename=Bas_Basic
      • Phone: 617-542-4211
      • Missouri Rural Crisis Center -http://start.cortera.com/company/research/k3o7prm0m/missouri-rural-crisis-center-inc/
      • 1108 Rangeline St. Columbia, MO 65201 – Phone: 573-449-1336
    • Services
      • Columbia College
      • http://www.ccis.edu/about/
      • Address: 1001 Rogers St. Columbia MO, 65216
      • Phone: 1(800) 231-2391
      Columbia College is a private, nonprofit institution founded in 1851 as Christian Female College, the first women's college west of the Mississippi River to be chartered by a state legislature. In 1970, the college changed its name to Columbia College when it became a coeducational, four-year liberal arts and sciences institution. Today the college serves nearly 25,000 students through over 30 Nationwide Campuses, Online Campus, Evening Campus, Day Campus and Graduate Studies Program.
    • Action
      • Missouri State Teachers Association
      • Peace Nook
      • Missouri Press Association
      • Cancer Research Center
      • Jefferson Insitute
      • National Federation for the Blind
      • Boone County Council on the Aging
    • Action Contact
      Missouri State Teachers Association -http://www.msta.org/about/
      407 South Sixth St. Columbia, MO 65205 – Phone: 800-392-0532
      Peace Nook -http://blog.midmopeaceworks.org/p/about-us.html
      804 East Broad #C Columbia, MO 65201 – Phone: 573-875-0539
      Missouri Press Association -http://www.mopress.com/about.php
      802 Locust St Columbia, MO 65201 – Phone: 573-449-4167
      Cancer Research Center -http://www.cancerresearchcenter.org/about/
      3501 Berrywood Dr. Columbia, MO 65201 – 573-875-2255
    • Action Contact
      Jefferson Insitute -http://www.jeffersoninstitute.org/about.php
      4800 East New Haven Rd. Columbia, MO 65201 – Phone: 573-449-2518
      National Federation for the Blind -http://nfbmo.org/about-2/
      3910 Tropical Ln. Columbia, MO 65202 – Phone: 573-874-1774
      Boone County Council on the Aging -http://www.booneaging.org/About%20BCCA.html
      1123 Wilkes Blvd. Columbia, MO 65201 – Phone: 573-443-1111
    • Action
      • Cancer Research Center
      • http://www.cancerresearchcenter.org/about/
      • Address: 3500 Berrywood Dr. Columbia, MO 65201
      • Phone: 1(573)-875-2255
      Many people know CRC for its research, but we do a lot more. We also offer community outreach programs to educate church groups, civic clubs and other organizations about our research and cancer prevention. In 1988 CRC purchased a six-acre tract of land just north of the Columbia Regional Hospital on Berrywood Drive. An additional 2500 square feet of laboratory space was added to the south wing of the building in July, 1988.
    • Social
      United Way
      Central Missouri Food Bank
      Voluntary Action Center
      Mustard Seed Trade Fair
      Family Research Center
      Salvation Army
    • Social Contact
      • United Way -http://www.uwheartmo.org/about-us
      • 1700 East Pointe Dr. Columbia, MO 65201 – Phone: 573-443-4523
      • Central Missouri Food Bank -http://sharefoodbringhope.org/about-us/
      • 2101 Vandiver Dr. Suite B Columbia, MO 65202 – Phone: 573-474-1020
      • Voluntary Action Center -http://www.vacmo.org/index.php
      • 403A Vandiver Dr. Columbia, MO 65202 – Phone: 573-874-2273
      • Mustard Seed Trade Fair- http://www.mustardseedfairtrade.org/about.html
      • 25 South 9th St. Columbia, MO 65201 – Phone: 573-449-6166
    • Social Contact
      Family Research Center -http://www.bcfr.org/
      1209 East Walnut Columbia, MO 65201 – Phone: 573-874-1995
      Salvation Army -http://www.usc.salvationarmy.org/usc/www_usc_midland.nsf/vw-dynamic-index/70B29D1BE98F712C86257219006EA857?openDocument
      Islamic American Relief Agency -http://www.irusa.org/islamic-relief-usa/
      102 E. Cherry St. Columba, MO 65205 – Phone: 573-433-0166
    • Social
      • Central Missouri Food Bank
      • http://sharefoodbringhope.org/about-us/
      • Address: 2101 Vandiver Dr. Suite B Columbia, MO 65202
      • Phone: 1(573)-474-1020
      Our food bank is one of few food banks nationwide that does not charge for the food it provides. Our food goes to soup kitchens, emergency food pantries, shelters for the abused and homeless, programs for low income children and senior citizens, and rehabilitation centers.
    • Gaps in Non-profit communication
      No clear way for people to get involved.
      Most of the non-profits have websites for their orgs, but not a lot else.
      Within this many non-profits do not have well developed websites making it harder for the public to take advantage.
    • Public
    • Internet
      Categories
      General
      Business
      Government
      Arts & Entertainment
    • Internet: General
      • Resident guide
      • http://www.gocolumbiamo.com/About_Columbia/newcomers.php#vote
      • Emergency MGMT- road closures
      • http://www.showmeboone.com/oem/closures/
      • Weather Advisories
      • http://www.gocolumbiamo.com/PSJC/Services/weather.php
      • 360 Columbia: Coupons, promotions, events, jobs
      • http://www.360columbia.com/
      • School Boards
      • http://www.msbanet.org/
      • Columbia Public Schools
      • http://www.columbia.k12.mo.us/
      • Health
      • www.muhealth.org
      • http://www.integrityhc.com/
    • Ex: Resident Guide
    • Internet: Business
      • Services for businesses
      • http://www.gocolumbiamo.com/WaterandLight/Business/index.php
      • The District
      • http://www.discoverthedistrict.com/
      • Bar Guides
      • http://comodrinkspecials.com/
      • http://guidetobars.com/
      • Employment
      • http://columbia.missouri.jobs.topusajobs.com/
      • http://www.missouri.edu/employment.php
      • http://www.snagajob.com/jobs/Missouri/Columbia_jobs.html
      • http://www.simplyhired.com/a/jobs/list/l-columbia,+mo
    • Ex: Bar Guide
    • Internet: Government
      City counsel: meeting dates, members, issues
      http://www.gocolumbiamo.com/Council/Meet_The_Council/index.php
      Financial Reports
      http://www.gocolumbiamo.com/Finance/Services/Financial_Reports/index.php
    • Ex: City Counsel
    • Internet: Arts & Entertainment
      Parks and recreation
      https://www.gocolumbiamo.com/CMS/webcal/index.php?cat=2
      Arts- includes a newsletter of cultural events and opportunities
      http://www.gocolumbiamo.com/Arts/
      Bars/clubs, Entertainments, Events, Galleries, Museums, Movies
      http://www.everythingmidmo.com/marketplace/categories/arts-and-entertainment/
      Cultural Collaborative
      http://discovermeha.com/
    • Ex: Cultural Collaborative
    • Gaps Within Internet Information Sources
      There is a wealth of information online, but that’s only beneficial if you actually have internet access
      Many of these sites do not have actual newsletters and do not always do effective promotions in newspapers and television
      There is not a lot of information available about city government
    • Television
      • KMOU-TV
      • NBC
      • KMIZ
      • ABC
      • KMOS
      • PBS
      • KRCG
      • CBS
      • KNLJ
      http://www.abc17news.com/
      http://www.komu.com/home/
      http://www.nbc.com/
      http://www.findlocalweather.com/pinpoint/us/mo/kmiz-tv+28columbia29/current694552.html
      http://kmos.org/
      http://www.knlj.tv/
    • Radio
      • KATI   94.3 FM  Country
      • KBIA   91.3 FM  Classical
      • KBXR   102.3 FM  Adult Alternative
      • KCMQ   96.7 FM  Rock
      •  KFRU   1400 AM  News Talk
      • KJMO   100.1 FM  Classic Rock
      • KSSZ   93.9 FM  News
      •  KTGR   1580 AM  News Talk
      • KWJK   93.1 FM  Adult Hits
      • KWOS   950 AM  News Talk
    • Radio
      http://www.ontheradio.net/metro/columbia_mo.aspx
      http://www.usnpl.com/radio/moradio.php
    • Newspaper
      1. Columbia Missourian
      www.columbiamissourian.com
      2.The Columbia Daily Tribune
      www.columbiatribune.com/
      3.Vox Magazine
      www.voxmagazine.com/
      (Sister Magazine of Missourian)
      5. The Maneater
      http://www.themaneater.com/
      ( MU Student Newspaper)
    • Newspaper
      http://www.allyoucanread.com/columbia-newspaper-mo/
    • Gaps
      Newspapers: Cost
      The Missourian: $9.50 a month, $88.50 a year
      Columbia Daily Tribune:
      -Monthly:
      Online: $8
      Print: $12.97
      Yearly: 166.39 print, $100 online
    • Gaps
      For the most part, internet is usually free, but those who do not have access must pay for their information when it comes to newspapers.
      Television: For younger generations, internet is key to obtaining news/information that can be accessed at anytime, where as news stations on television is only on at specific times and may take longer to access. At any age, you have to map your time out to receive your news on T.V.
    • Gaps
      Radio: On a broader level, to find out listings on what radio stations are available in Columbia, internet is key. If one does not have access, then you are left flipping through the stations to find one you are looking for.
      On a micro level, radio stations pick out information they find to be critical and may not be as informative as news stations, internet and so forth.
    • Information in Columbia