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Please use this identifier to cite or link to this item: http://hdl.handle.net/1807/32430

Title: A Study of Communautique. Portrait of a Quebec Organization's Focus on the Social Appropriation of Information and Communication Technologies in the Community Sector (Abridged from Original French Version)
Authors: Proulx, Serge
Lecomte, Nicolas
Rueff, Julien
Keywords: Communautique
ICT
Quebec
Issue Date: 2006
Publisher: Canadian Research Alliance for Community Innovation and Networking
Citation: Proulx, Serge, Nicolas Lecomte and Julien Rueff (2006). "A Study of Communautique: Portrait of a Quebec Organization's Focus on the Social Appropriation of Information and Communication Technologies in the Community Sector," CRACIN Working Paper No. 10, Toronto: Canadian Research Alliance for Community Innovation and Networking.
Series/Report no.: CRACIN Working Paper
10
Abstract: The work presented here is a descriptive analysis of Communautique along three dimensions. First, we present the organization’s genesis, describing the initial project’s origins, partners, and stated mission and objectives. Second, we describe the organisation’s structure and its work methods, from rules and regulations to development strategies and funding sources. Finally, we develop a portrait of Communautique’s activity areas: training, research, public advocacy, networking, and technical support. Throughout we pay close attention to the key stages in the organisation’s development: its creation and coming into its own as an autonomous body, its public recognition, and its achievement of a degree of institutional legitimacy. We complete this report by returning to the trends that mark the organisation’s future development. This report provides a look at the Quebec context for ICT access policies and, particularly, an in-depth portrait of Communautique, a community organisation notable for its innovation both organisationally and programmatically.
Description: Based on the original French version: Proulx & Lecomte (2005). "Une monographie de Communautique," CRACIN Working Paper No.7 (trans. Bram Dov Abramson). Toronto: Canadian Research Alliance for Community Innovation and Networking.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/1807/32430
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