Lunchtime Talk: Using E-Government in Remote Areas

Yan Cimon is an associate professor of strategy at Universite Laval, in Quebec City, and is also currently the Fulbright Visiting Chair in Innovation at the University of Washington. He has studied how Quebec could use e-government—that is, the Internet and other information technology—to help provide services to residents of remote places. With a population comparable to that of Virginia and an area three times that of France, Quebec shares many of the same challenges as Alaska in providing consistent services to all residents. Join us at ISER to learn about potential uses of e-government in remote Northern communities.

When: Monday, December 10, 12 to 1
Where: ISER conference room, fifth floor, Diplomacy Building

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