Learn more about what research the DigitalNWT team has been working on here, by browsing through our presentations and publications.
DigitalNWT Report to CRTC 2020-367: The state of telecommunications services in Canada’s Northwest Territories. Edmonton and Inuvik: DigitalNWT. January. 31 pages.
Learn more about some of the conference presentations our team has presented. If you'd like to learn more about a particular presentation, please contact us with your inquiry.
Co-designing community networking literacies with rural Northern Indigenous communities in Northwest Territories, Canada. International Association of Media and Communication Researchers Annual Conference (Online). July 2021.
Co-Creating digital media with Indigenous communities during COVID-19: Reflections from instructors, graduate students and community members from Alberta and Northwest Territories, Canada (K. Napier, C. Koyczan, A. Almond, D. Steinhauer, and K. Kevin Lewis). Native American and Indigenous Studies Association Annual Conference (Online), June 2021.
Digital NWT 1: Journey of a community-oriented connectivity and digital literacy project. Perspectives from graduate researchers. Canadian Communications Association Annual Conference (Online), June 2021.
Maria Alvarez Malvido
Digital NWT 2: #NWTDigitalDivide film fest and discussion with NWT digital innovators. Canadian Communications Association Annual Conference (Online), June 2021.
Smart societies in the high north (Panelist). UArctic Congress 2021 (Online), May 2021.
Interested in learning more about our public presentations? Select a date below to view some of the presentations our team has conducted in the past.
Blais, S., Guy, J., Ongaro, B., and McNally, M. (2021). Finding and Creating Open Materials that Reflect NWT Communities. Cascadia OER Summit (Online). April 2021.
McNally, M. B. (2019). DigitalNWT: Building Digital Capacity in the Northwest Territories. University of Alberta Modern Languages and Cultural Studies Research Colloquium. University of Alberta, Edmonton, AB. Nov. 2019.
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Digital NWT supports digital literacy and Indigenous sovereignty in Northern communities.