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  • Kuh-Ke-Nah Smart Community Engagement and Planning

  • Community Engagement Workshops Nov. 2001 Jan. 2002

    Deer Lake, North Spirit Lake, Keewaywin, Poplar Hill, Fort Severn

  • Harnessing new technologies to improve health, education and business development

  • SMART is about people, not technologyPeople need to plan how to use new technologies to reach their goalsCommunity knows what their goals and values are

    Why community consultation?

  • Help communities plan the use of technologies to reach community goalsShare information on SMARTShare the results of community surveysProvide tools to E-Centre staff Promote Smart in the communitiesWhat do we do at the workshops?

  • What do we want to do with the technology?

  • Planning the workshops

  • Community Engagement Workshop Team

    Keewaytinook Okimakanak K-Net e-Centre Managers TeleCommons Development Group KO Communities

  • Invite the Community

  • Discuss Workshop Plans with Council

  • Running the workshops

  • Expectations of participants

  • Progress on SMART Project

  • Provide feedback from Community Surveys

    Chart1

    76.2679.674796748

    61.745.8333333333

    2.4464.29

    81.1388.2352941176

    68.9785.3658536585

    2000

    2001

    Percent

    Presence of phone connection

    Internet

    Internet

    57.1451.428571428642.8648.5714285714

    67.548.905109489132.551.0948905109

    64.7158.333333333335.2941.6666666667

    61.8358.426966292138.1741.5730337079

    66.6747.368421052633.3352.6315789474

    2000 Female

    2001 Female

    2000 Male

    2001 Male

    Percent

    Gender of Internet users

    Language

    57.1451.4285714286

    67.548.9051094891

    64.7158.3333333333

    61.8358.4269662921

    66.6747.3684210526

    2000

    2001

    Percent

    Percentage of female Internet users per community

    ICTs

    186184

    42105

    40137

    68156

    3938

    2000

    2001

    Number

    Number of Internet users

    Outdoors

    31.86274509819.9588477366

    34.666666666738.829787234

    37.6325.94

    34.677419354826.213592233

    38.541666666749.2307692308

    2000

    2001

    Percent

    Use of Internet for e-mail

    Video-conf

    8.823529411810.2880658436

    44.7872340426

    8.65.95

    4.83870967742.5889967638

    5.20833333333.0769230769

    2000

    2001

    Percent

    Use of Internet for health

    Data

    23.284313725525.3086419753

    5.333333333315.9574468085

    15.0521.1

    21.774193548439.4822006472

    13.54166666676.1538461538

    2000

    2001

    Percent

    Use of Internet for education

    Sheet4

    10.049019607823.8683127572

    5.33333333339.5744680851

    3.2220.5405405405

    8.870967741912.9449838188

    4.16666666674.6153846154

    2000

    2001

    Percent

    Use of Internet for searching Government information

    Sheet3

    22.058823529419.9588477366

    45.333333333328.7234042553

    33.3326.4864864865

    22.580645161317.4757281553

    37.533.8461538462

    2000

    2001

    Percent

    Use of Internet for chat groups

    33.333333333323.8095238095

    71.87545.3125

    42.222222222233.7837837838

    5028.4210526316

    38.709677419433.3333333333

    2000

    2001

    Percent

    Percentage of residents who use the Band office to access the Internet

    43.181818181863.8095238095

    15.62535.9375

    33.333333333335.1351351351

    34.090909090942.1052631579

    51.612903225846.6666666667

    2000

    2001

    Percent

    Percentage of residents who use the school to access the Internet

    12.12121212125.7142857143

    6.2515.625

    22.222222222224.3243243243

    6.81818181828.4210526316

    6.451612903216.6666666667

    2000

    2001

    Percent

    Percentage of residents who use the nurse station to access the Internet

    23.5897435897

    27.2020725389

    52.4904214559

    36.5339578454

    10.5849582173

    Percentage

    Percent

    Percentage of population that are Internet users(Population figure - registered residents on the reserve as of October 2001)

    91.9793.4959349593

    93.6289.7959183673

    66.6790.48

    100100

    94.7368421053100

    2000

    2001

    Percent

    Use of Native language at home

    26.1545.5284552846

    47.7343.75

    57.1478.5714285714

    13.4625.7575757576

    49.1248.7804878049

    2000

    2001

    Percent

    Percentage of homes where none of the members can read and write syllabics

    43.0729.2682926829

    34.0937.5

    28.579.5238095238

    44.2337.8787878788

    26.3234.1463414634

    2000

    2001

    Percent

    Percentage of homes where only one member can read and write syllabics

    29.2324.3902439024

    18.1816.6666666667

    14.2911.9047619048

    42.3136.3636363636

    24.5617.0731707317

    2000

    2001

    Percent

    Percentage of homes where two to six members can read and write syllabics

    1.540.8130081301

    North Spirit Lake2.0833333333

    00

    00

    00

    2000

    2001

    Percent

    Percentage of homes where more than seven members can read and write syllabics

    76.2679.674796748

    61.745.8333333333

    2.4464.29

    81.1388.2352941176

    68.9785.3658536585

    2000

    2001

    Percent

    Presence of phone connection

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    010

    07

    09

    04

    2000

    2001

    Number

    Use of video-conferencing facilities

    Gender Internet users

    2000200120002001

    FemaleFemaleMaleMale

    North Spirit Lake57.1451.4342.8648.57

    Keewaywin67.548.9132.551.09

    Fort Severn64.7158.3335.2941.67

    Deer Lake61.8358.4338.1741.57

    Poplar Hill66.6747.3733.3352.63

    20002001

    North Spirit Lake57.1451.43

    Keewaywin67.548.91

    Fort Severn64.7158.33

    Deer Lake61.8358.43

    Poplar Hill66.6747.37

    Number of users

    20002001

    Deer Lake186184

    North Spirit Lake42105

    Keewaywin40137

    Fort Severn68156

    Poplar Hill3938

    Internet use

    E-mailE-bankingE-commerceHealthEducationGov. infoChat groups

    20002001200020012000200120002001200020012000200120002001

    Deer Lake31.86274509819.95884773662.45098039220.41152263370.24509803920.20576131698.823529411810.288065843623.284313725525.308641975310.049019607823.868312757222.058823529419.9588477366

    North Spirit Lake34.666666666738.82978723401.063829787201.063829787244.78723404265.333333333315.95744680855.33333333339.574468085145.333333333328.7234042553

    Keewaywin37.6325.942.150008.65.9515.0521.13.2220.5433.3326.4864864865

    Fort Severn34.677419354826.21359223300.64724919090.80645161290.64724919094.83870967742.588996763821.774193548439.48220064728.870967741912.944983818822.580645161317.4757281553

    Poplar Hill38.541666666749.23076923081.04166666673.0769230769005.20833333333.076923076913.54166666676.15384615384.16666666674.615384615437.533.8461538462

    Use of Native language

    Deer LakeNorth Spirit LakeKeewaywinFort SevernPoplar Hill

    200091.9793.6266.6710094.7368421053

    200193.495934959389.795918367390.48100100

    Presence of phone

    Deer LakeNorth Spirit LakeKeewaywinFort SevernPoplar Hill

    200076.2661.72.4481.1368.97

    200179.67479674845.833333333364.2988.235294117685.3658536585

    Video-conferencing

    Deer LakeNorth Spirit LakeKeewaywinFort SevernPoplar Hill

    200000000

    2001210794

    Read and write syllabics

    NoneJust oneTwo to sixMore than 7

    20002001200020012000200120002001

    Deer Lake26.1545.528455284643.0729.268292682929.2324.39024390241.540.8130081301

    North Spirit Lake47.7343.7534.0937.518.1816.66666666672.0833333333

    Keewaywin57.1478.571428571428.579.523809523814.2911.904761904800

    Fort Severn13.4625.757575757644.2337.878787878842.3136.363636363600

    Poplar Hill49.1248.780487804926.3234.146341463424.5617.073170731700

    FriendsBand off.SchoolLibraryNurseOther

    200020012000200120002001200020012000200120002001

    Deer Lake33.333333333323.809523809543.181818181863.80952380950.952380952412.12121212125.714285714311.36363636365.7142857143

    North Spirit Lake3.1251.562571.87545.312515.62535.93753.1251.56256.2515.625

    Keewaywin4.054054054142.222222222233.783783783833.333333333335.13513513512.22222222221.351351351422.222222222224.32432432431.3513513514

    Fort Severn4.21052631585028.421052631634.090909090942.10526315796.81818181828.42105263169.090909090916.8421052632

    Poplar Hill38.709677419433.333333333351.612903225846.66666666673.22580645163.33333333336.451612903216.6666666667

    Number of usersTotal population

    20002001Oct-01Registered on reserve

    Percentage

    Deer Lake18618496978023.5897435897

    North Spirit Lake4210540238627.2020725389

    Keewaywin4013762126152.4904214559

    Fort Severn6815654742736.5339578454

    Poplar Hill393838035910.5849582173

  • Health Education Economic Development Band administrationWorkshops Focused on

  • Presenting the Economic Development Strategy

  • Creating spray diagrams to identify goals

  • Where are we now?How to get there?

    How can new Technologies help us?Where do we want to be?(Vision or goal)

  • Organize the information into Rich Pictures

  • How do we make sure we stay on track?How do we know if we reach our goals?

  • Health Education Traditions and Native language Training Jobs and businessWhat to measure in:

  • Deciding what to measure

  • Now the picture is complete

  • Workshops