Mission Imprintable

by: Andrew Lukas, Kelly Gerus, Heather Grainger, Michelle Lo, Jaime Miller

Course: ERS 285, Winter 1997
Professor: James Kay

Abstract

Mission Imprintable is an on-line document that presents an investigation and analysis of the student newspaper distribution system at the University of Waterloo. "The Imprint" has existed for sixteen years as a medium for students to voice their opinions. It is an integral component of student life at UW . A previous team studied the sustainability of the Imprint system and suggested that further study be done on the distribution component. The following document determines the problems that exist, and the ways to remedy them. This document also identifies the people who are involved in the distribution system. The University of Waterloo is an environmentally conscious university that encourages students to improve the sustainability of the campus. This project outlines the specific areas where the supply of Imprints are not being met by the demand from students and where improvements can be made. This document is also useful to Imprint staff to help them maximize the Imprint readership and provides a useful guide for other students who wish to conduct their own audit of a distribution system.

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Last updated: May 13, 1997