Vol 5, No 2 (2009)

Special Issue: CI & Indigenous Communities in Canada—The K-Net (Keewaytinook Okimakanak's Kuhkenah) Experience

Table of Contents

Editorial

The K-Net Experience: Thematic Introduction to the Special Issue HTML
Brian Beaton, Susan O'Donnell, Adam Fiser, Brian Walmark
K-Net, Community Informatics and Service Delivery: An Evolving Paradigm HTML
Michael Gurstein

Articles

MyKnet.org: How Northern Ontario's First Nation Communities Made Themselves At Home On The World Wide Web HTML
Philipp Budka, Brandi Bell, Adam Fiser
A Community Informatics Model for e-Services in First Nations Communities: The K-Net Approach to Water Treatment in Northern Ontario HTML
Michael Gurstein, Brian Beaton, Kevin Sherlock
Out from the Edges: Multi-site Videoconferencing as a Public Sphere in First Nations HTML
Fenwick McKelvey, Susan O'Donnell
Implementation of Information and Communication Technology in Aboriginal Communities: A Social Capital Perspective HTML
Javier Mignone, Heather Henley
How K-Net and Atlantic Canada's First Nation Help Desk are Using Videoconferencing for Community Development HTML
Mary Milliken, Susan O'Donnell, Elizabeth Gorman
Representation and Participation of First Nations Women in Online Videos HTML
Sonja Perley

Case Studies

Managing Changes in First Nations’ Health Care Needs: Is Telehealth the Answer? HTML
Josée Gabrielle Lavoie, Donna Williams

Notes from the field

In Search of Community Champions: Researching the Outcomes of K-Net’s Youth Information and Communications Technology Training Initiative HTML
Kristy Tomkinson

Reports

ON-LINE RESOURCES about Keewaytinook Okimakanak, the Kuhkenah Network (K-Net) and Associated Broadband Applications HTML
Brian Beaton
Enabling and Accelerating First Nations Telehealth Development in Canada PDF
Valerie Gideon, Eugene Nicholas, John Rowlandson, Florence Woolner


The Journal of Community Informatics. ISSN: 1712-4441