Stay up to date on the DigitalNWT project
Recent updates & announcements regarding the project
Our team regularly posts updates and announcements regarding what we're up to. We recommend checking here regularly to stay up to date on the project.
Three years in the making, DigitalNWT has released their first course.
In a year where the pandemic illustrated the need for digital communications in rural communities, Jean Marie River lost those essential connections during an emergency this Spring.
Digital Trapline is hosted by Norbert Poitras and Chris Hunt on CKLB Radio in Yellowknife (101.9 FM) every Friday from 5:10pm - 6:00pm!
We've recently launched our new website, with big updates coming later this year.
This summer the DigitalNWT team faced an interesting challenge brought on by the worldwide pandemic.
On January 10, the DigitalNWT curriculum development team at the University of Alberta had their own boxing day.
During a three-day workshop hosted at Aurora College in Inuvik, participants shared questions, insights and experiences around digital technology and its impacts in the North.
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DigitalNWT is a co-designed project where the team works with Northern partners to create material through a critical lens that acknowledges the problems that increased use of online technologies can bring.
Firth-Hagen works to connect with Elders, youth and community members across the North and the country. She relies heavily on digital communication to do so.
While March 16 marks the virtual National Day of Action for Affordable Internet, many households in rural communities across the Northwest Territories (NWT) cannot participate.
#NWTDigitalDivide highlights lack of internet in remote communities.