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Broadband technology has captured the attention of many stakeholders throughout the world and is recognized as a “nation building” infrastructure enabling the future economic prosperity and improved living standards for many communities. In 2005, the Alberta government completed a significant...
SSHRC IG awarded 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...
One of the major challenges of broadband cellular systems is delivering high data rates to the users, especially those at the cell edges. In this thesis, transceiver designs and scheduling algorithms for enhancing cell-edge user experience in emerging and future broadband wireless cellular...
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...
A significant challenge for fourth generation cellular systems is the reliable delivery of high speed (up to 1 gigabit per second) data to mobile or nomadic users throughout a cluttered urban environment. The wireless channel is a difficult channel over which to achieve high rate reliable...
Session: Alberta Government Support for eService
Three papers: 1. The Alberta SuperNet: What Does it Mean to Rural Business Communities? PRESENTER: Amanda Williams, University of Calgary. COAUTHORS: Prof. Cooper H Langford; Dr. Stelvia Matos. 2.The Role of Community in the Evaluation Phase of Innovation Adoption Process: The Case of Rural Urban...