[Air-L] Digital divide in Canada and worldwide
gurstein at gmail.com
Wed Oct 24 15:41:14 PDT 2007
Hmmm... Where to start...
The general stuff on the Digital Divide is widely accessible via the
Specific stuff dealing with Canada ...
A couple of places to start are the Journal of Community Informatics
http://ci-journal.net which while an international journal, has a lot of
Editorial and other connections to Canada and has a range of related
articles dealing with Canada and international. You might also take a look
at the website of the Canadian Alliance for Community Innovation and
Networking (CRACIN) http://www.cracin.ca for a lot of related research
Michael Gurstein, Ph.D.
Centre for Community Informatics Research, Training and Development
Ste. 2101-989 Nelson St.
Vancouver BC CANADA v6z 2s1
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[mailto:air-l-bounces at listserv.aoir.org] On Behalf Of dddumitr at ucalgary.ca
Sent: October 24, 2007 12:54 PM
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Subject: [Air-L] Digital divide in Canada and worldwide
Hello, I am building a resource website for our undergraduate students
taking an STAS course on information technologies and society at the
University of Calgary. I was wondering if you know of any good online
resources on digital divide, in Canada and worldwide. Short videos, pages
compiled by academics, blogs on the topic - any ideas would be welcomed.
PhD Candidate & Research Assistant
Faculty of Communication and Culture
University of Calgary
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