Principal Investigator:Steelman, Toddi Licenced Year(s):
The overall purpose of this project, based on direction from the Slave River Delta Partnership (SRDP), is to explore how water research and monitoring information is shared within the communities of Fort Resolution and Fort Smith and identify community-preferred best practices for knowledge sharing.
There are four main objectives:
1) look at the different ways information is currently being s...
Principal Investigator:Kaiser, Colleen Licenced Year(s):
This program seeks to develop innovative approaches to communications with the ultimate goal of strengthening citizen engagement in and co-management of the Basin’s freshwater resources. This infographic is to be developed as a public education piece to 1) raise the profile of the Mackenzie River Basin throughout Canada and internationally, and to 2) create public awareness of the importance of so...
Principal Investigator:Gagnon, Catherine A Licenced Year(s):
The objectives of this research project are to assess the processes used by the Arctic Borderlands Ecological Knowledge Co-op (ABEKC) to communicate within and beyond its members; to assess the contributions of the ABEKC in terms of building capacity, bonds and common learning amongst its participants: scientists, community monitors, board members, representatives from local organizations; and, to...
Principal Investigator:Reinfort, Breanne C Licenced Year(s):2012
The goals of this project are to develop a communication model to be used by future researchers to facilitate communicating their research with and addressing the concerns of Inuvialuit communities and to empower community members to engage in contaminants research occurring in and around their communities.
This study intends to use a participatory approach in all aspects of processes and proce...
Principal Investigator:Pearce, Tristan D Licenced Year(s):
Planning for the dissemination of results in the community is being done in consultation with Inuit Tapiriit Kanatami, Inuvialuit Joint Secretariat, Inuvialuit Game Council, Uluhaktok Hunters and Trappers Committee and other community representatives. Researchers will work with the project’s two local research assistants and local interpreter to disseminate results in the community during the prop...
Principal Investigator:Brown, Micaela Licenced Year(s):
The main rationale for this project is to contribute to the ongoing development of Network North, a health and research information-sharing network being formed by both institutional and northern community partners. Within this larger framework, this res...
Principal Investigator:Park, Linda K. Licenced Year(s):1993
The research will involve the study of the relationship between museum social organization (e.g., director, staff) and the museological product (e.g., exhibitions, programmes). The researcher will explore the social processes through which knowledge is produced and disseminated at four Western Canadian museums with anthropological mandates, one of which is the Prince of Wales Northern Heritage Cen...