Sharing digital literacy resources


Co-creating learning resources

Producing and sharing knowledge

Course lessons and approaches are designed and refined using ongoing community engagement and research. This ensures that DigitalNWT meets the specific needs of Northern residents.

A multi-organization team

DigitalNWT involves numerous organizations and agencies that are dedicated to improving digital literacy in the Northwest Territories. Directing this team, is a Steering Committee composed of regional government representation.

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Train the Trainer stories

Browse through stories of how the train the trainer model has helped co-create digital literacy knowledge.


The project is led by the Gwich’in Tribal Council (GTC), the Inuvialuit Regional Corporation (IRC), the Sahtú Renewable Resources Board (SRRB), and the Tłı̨chǫ Government. These organizations are partnering with the University of Alberta, the Smart Communities Society (NWT), Hands On Media Education, Aurora College, and the Aurora Research Institute to ensure the successful delivery of the program.

Course lessons and approaches are designed and refined using ongoing community engagement and research. This ensures that DigitalNWT meets the specific needs of Northern residents.