Volume 6 Special Issue 2: CONNECTIVITY IN NORTHERN & INDIGENOUS COMMUNITIES

Image: The Operational Land Imager (OLI) on Landsat 8 captured this image of a portion of Canada’s Mackenzie River Delta and the town of Inuvik. The 194 kilometer-long Inuvik-Tuktoyaktuk Highway runs along the river’s East Channel. Credit: NASA Earth Observatory images by Joshua Stevens (cc) using Landsat data from the U.S. Geological Survey.

 

FEATURES

INTRODUCTION
Mark Buell

GUEST EDITORIAL
Duane Ningaqsiq Smith

NORTHERN VOICES
Bruce Buffalo

INTERNATIONAL VOICES
Ritu Srivastava

IN CONVERSATION
with Madeleine Redfern

ARTS & CULTURE SPECIAL FEATURE
The more connected we become
Killaq Enuaraq-Strauss

ARTICLES

A “whole-community” approach for sustainable digital infrastructure  in remote and Northern First Nations
Susan O’Donnell & Brian Beaton

We are all related: Using augmented reality as a learning resource for Indigenous-settler relations
Amanda Almond, Dr. Rob McMahon, Dr. Diane P. Janes, Greg Whistance-Smith,
Dr. Diana Steinhauer & Stewart Steinhauer

Place-based continuing medical education in the rural North
Lucas Trout, Tanya Kirk, Mark Erickson, MD & Arthur Kleinman, MD

First Nation networks help protect Indigenous languages and culture
Kevin Burton

Tribal DIY: Self-deploying high-speed Internet networks on remote tribal lands in the United States
Mariel Triggs

Exploring digital literacy learning with the Gwich’in Tribal Council
Dr. Rob McMahon, Dr. Michael McNally, Crystal Gail Fraser, Hanne Pearce & Trish Fontaine

Stories from the First Mile: Digital technologies in remote and rural Indigenous communities
Brian Beaton

Qiniq: A Northern success story
David Veniot

NEWS & ANNOUNCEMENTS


Download Volume 6, Special Issue 2, October 2018