Eetsii tthak t’agwahii getr’ootanahchàh: Digital Content and Connectivity with Dinjii Zhuh Contexts (Student Workbook)

  • (Learning About the Machine that Does It All)

  • Author(s) / Creator(s)
  • STUDENT WORKBOOK : This resource provides an introduction to digital technology (content and connectivity), knowledge management, digital rights, project management, and broadband policy, all in the unique context of the Dinjii Zhuh (Gwich'in) peoples of the Northwest Territories. It also covers some of the benefits and challenges that arise alongside emergent digital technologies. This student workbook accompanies a facilitator handbook. Through an interactive learning process, students will discover examples of digital innovations taking place in Dinjii Zhuh and other NWT communities and resources that can support community-based technology development projects. This is a joint project between the GTC and the University of Alberta’s Faculties of Extension and Education. It was made possible through funding support from the Canadian Internet Registration Authority’s Community Investment Program (CIRA). We also received travel support for our June 2018 workshops from the Government of the Northwest Territories Department of Education, Culture & Employment. The GTC also provided support for this project.

  • Date created
    2019-08-19
  • Subjects / Keywords
  • Type of Item
    Learning Object
  • DOI
    https://doi.org/10.7939/r3-951e-6f40
  • License
    Attribution-NonCommercial 4.0 International