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Marco Campana

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What is Copyright & Creative Commons?
Published on: September 24, 2022
You might hear about sharing your organization's content using ‘Creative Commons licences’. What are Creative Commons Licences and why are they important? This July 2022 webinar will tell you just that.
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Datareportal - understand Newcomer technology and social media use in their countries of origin
Published on: September 24, 2022
If you're curious about Immigrant and Refugee social media habits before they arrived in Canada, be sure to have a look at the DataReportal country reports.
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A conversation with Miyuki Fukuma – digital services must be accessible
Published on: September 23, 2022
Welcome to episode 33 of the Technology in Human Services podcast. In this episode I speak with Miyuki Fukuma about sector technology development, the need for tech human resources in our sector and how we can actually afford those positions, technology sustainability that impacts how technology is funded, digital communication, and a good chunk of time on accessibility.
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Digital Equity and Inclusion Networks in Canada. What am I missing?
Published on: September 22, 2022
I'm looking for something I can't readily find. I assume it exists, but it's not jumping out at me. Do we have any sort of networks, discussions, communities of practice focused on digital inclusion here in Canada? There are efforts, networks, and ongoing discussions elsewhere. But I'm not aware of a Canadian effort to create pan-Canadian networks, discussions, communities of practice focused on digital inclusion here in Canada. It seems like we should have one.
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WES Weekly Roundup September 20, 2022
Published on: September 20, 2022
The weekly roundup includes research, stories, and events of interest to the Canadian immigration and settlement community. Includes: Ontario immigration is preparing to switch to new NOC 2021, Canada Working on Permanent Residence Option for undocumented workers, International students are key to Canada’s success – but we risk losing the best and the brightest to other countries, More than three million Ontarians could be without a family doctor by 2025, Canada Online Refugee Claims: IRCC Replaces CRPP With eApp, and more.
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Search other Canadian websites for immigration and settlement research and reports
Published on: September 15, 2022
I try to post as many reports as I can here. But, there are a number of sites where you will find reports and research on Canadian immigration and settlement. Use this handy custom search engine to search those sites all at once, from this page.
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Digital literacy training and opportunities for Newcomers
Published on: September 14, 2022
When it comes to digital literacy resources there seems to be a tendency to try to create new materials. There are so many excellent resources out there, many created during the pandemic. Let's build on each other's work, share openly, and complement, translate, edit for clear language resources instead of creating the same thing over and over again. Here are some useful starting points.
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Replicate a successful Digital Device Lending Library Program
Published on: September 12, 2022
Like many organizations, in response to the pandemic, 2Life Communities built an accessible, community-supported, user-friendly Digital Device Lending Library (DDLL) for low-income elders who have little to no experience with technology. They created a replicable model for effectively connecting linguistically diverse, low-income older adults to services, programs, and each other through technology.
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Welcome to the eSkills.ca archive!
Published on: September 12, 2022
This site (eskills.km4s.ca) is an archive of the original eSkills.ca website developed by RRC Polytech’s Language Training Centre. It includes access to all of the original site files and resources through these links.
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