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Acknowledgements

Digital Divide Practitioner Tool 
© 2022 Calgary Learns
This document is an open-source document and may be reprinted for educational non-commercial purposes without additional copyright permission. Permission to reproduce for commercial purposes must be obtained in writing from Calgary Learns.  

Written by Monica Leong, Project Manager for the Digital Divide Project

The creation of this document was made possible through the generous funding support from Alberta Advanced Education.

The Digital Divide Project from Calgary Learns wishes to acknowledge and thank the many people who made this project possible:

  • The Calgary Learns team for their dedication and unfailing support of this project, especially:

Nancy Purdy
Berniece Gowan
Nicky Peeters
Gabe Brown
Heidi Grogan

  • Our Project Advisory Committee members for their hard work, commitment, and insights throughout the entire project:

Adam Rupp
Corrie Rhyasen-Erdman
Jana Thomson
Janessa Truscott
Jeb Gaudet

  • The participants of the Digital Divide Project’s MakerSpace event who shared their time and expertise to help us refine this tool:

Adrienne Bozek
Gilberte Nouwezem
Heather Mack

Hiroko Nakao
Irina Copil
MacKenzie Du Bois

Nicole Levesque
Salma Rehman
Yulia Lvova

  • The adult foundational learning practitioners across Alberta’s CALP system who shared their wisdom, their experiences, and their learners’ perspectives with us through our surveys and community events. We are grateful for this generous community of wise and caring practitioners.
  • Kathy Dirk for her meticulous editing and proofreading.
  • Elle Wilde (Wilde Information Design) for her expertise in graphic design.

Land acknowledgement

Calgary Learns is located in Calgary, Alberta, Canada. We respectfully acknowledge the traditional territories of the Blackfoot Nations, the Tsuut’ina and Stoney Nakoda First Nations, and Métis Nation (Region 3), original peoples and stewards of the Treaty 7 region where we make our homes.