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Welcome to the We are All Related AR Guide Open Educational Resource (OER). This OER was developed to help a team of Indigenous and settler partners navigate the process of co-creating an augmented reality (AR) project. It is designed for teachers and students working in partnership with...
As part of an Open Educational Resource (OER), this teacher handbook is intended to work hand-in-hand with the student guidebook to help direct discussions and activities. The We are All Related AR Guide was developed to support a team of Indigenous and settler partners in navigating the process...
Building a "Digital Futures' Community Broadband Portal
This presentation by Drs. Rob McMahon and Michael B. McNally was presented at the Digital Futures Symposium on Rural Broadband Enablement held in Olds, AB, Oct 14-15, 2015. The presentation outlines considerations for the construction of a portal and repository to house materials on community...
This facilitator handbook is a companion document to the workbook entitled "Digital Content and Connectivity with Gwich’in Contexts: Workbook". It was developed as a joint pilot project between the Gwich’in Tribal Council (GTC) and the University of Alberta’s Faculty of Extension to explore...
This workbook was developed for a joint pilot workshop project between the Gwich’in Tribal Council (GTC) and the University of Alberta’s Faculty of Extension to explore digital literacy in the North. The workshop involved discussion of concepts related to digital content (digitization, archiving...
Eetsii tthak t’agwahii getr’ootanahchàh: Digital Content and Connectivity with Dinjii Zhuh Contexts (Facilitator Handbook)Download
FACILITATOR HANDBOOK : 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...
Eetsii tthak t’agwahii getr’ootanahchàh: Digital Content and Connectivity with Dinjii Zhuh Contexts (Student Workbook)Download
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...
SSHRC Awarded IG 2018: This project addresses a hidden bias of mainstream teaching and learning, wherein Indigenous and locally-held knowledge is often positioned as the oral teachings of the past, in contrast to the contemporary character of digital literacy. The three-year project takes a...
Communities in the western Arctic can now connect to high-speed digital infrastructure – a situation that provides both opportunities and challenges for residents of the Northwest Territories (NWT). The completion of the long-anticipated Mackenzie Valley Fibre Link (MVFL) in June 2017 and...