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Indigenous Regulatory Advocacy in Canada’s Far North: Mobilizing the First Mile Connectivity Consortium
Marginalized groups such as Indigenous communities and residents of remote and rural areas face daunting challenges as they attempt to influence regulatory decisionmaking. Can these under-resourcedExpand
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Remote and rural areas face many challenges, including the provision of telecommunications services. Regardless of universal service policies or other political promises, rural communities can beExpand
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Digital Data Management as Indigenous Resurgence in Kahnawà:ke
Indigenous peoples are addressing the ongoing impacts of settler colonialism through a variety of expressions of community resurgence. Among these initiatives are those leveraging digitalExpand
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From Digital Divides to the First Mile: Indigenous Peoples and the Network Society in Canada
Indigenous peoples interact with the emergent network society in diverse ways that reflect the colonialism/self-determination dialectic. One area where this process unfolds is in the bridging ofExpand
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Leading the team.
  • R. McMahon
  • Medicine
  • Journal of nursing management
  • 1 March 1998
Leaders in the foundation stage have a varied team to inspire and may be very experienced at doing so. Equally they may have little management experience and be unsure about support available. IfExpand
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Digital Inclusion Across the Americas and Caribbean
This research brings together digital inequality scholars from across the Americas and Caribbean to examine efforts to tackle digital inequality in Uruguay, Chile, Peru, Brazil, Mexico, Cuba,Expand
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Community Broadband Portal Initiative
The library profession has been actively involved in the provision of public access to broadband. Through analysis of policy documents from Canada we examine the roles libraries play in governmentExpand