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Atlantic Node

 

Research Goals:


• Contributing to the theory and practice of social economy in the Atlantic region
• Internal bridging, bonding, mentoring & capacity building
• Encouraging use of the “social economy” as a framing concept in the region
• Linking Atlantic partners with other parts of Canada and the world

 

The node currently has three approved projects.

The following is a list of project titles and a condensed descriptions of each. For more information on specific Atlantic Node projects (including persons responsible and outputs of the projects with hyperlinks), view the printable fact sheet by clicking on "Full Document" (pdf) after the project listing.

N.1  SE Library project I – (MSVU Library Guide)

The electronic LibGuides Social Economy subject guide was created by Meg Raven based on a printed pathfinder. Most parts of the guide, with the exception of MSVU specific materials (e.g. databases under license agreement) are available to any user... Full Document

 

N.2  Library Project II – D-Space site for SE Resources – Research Tool

This is a research tool and knowledge dissemination tool. The D-Space Guide to Resources in the SE site will provide a repository for research on the SE... Full Document

 

N.3  Mapping the Social Economy with Mi’kmaq communities

This project mounted a one-day working seminar, Made with Mi’kmaq Hands, which took the form of a sharing circle and which took place at the community complex in Paqtnkek First Nation. The sharing circle was a component of a larger project... Full Document

 

 

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