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The Janus Project Workshop: Discussion Paper (1997)

New Learning Technologies and Women

This discussion paper is a first step in exploring the impact of new learning technologies on learning opportunities for women in Canada, a process undertaken by CCLOW. The paper is designed to promote discussion and reflection, and to identify issues most important to those who are concerned with women's learning as educators, learners, facilitators, planners and policy makers.

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Bridging the Digital Divide in Atlantic Canada Communities (2001)

This report outlines the research and findings of a project undertaken to provide
1. a deeper understanding of the impact on communities as Atlantic Canada shifts towards an information/knowledge society;
2. an investigation into how the CAP/CLN programs create opportunities or problems, for community groups and organizations;

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