Digital literacy, or an individual’s ability to find and interact with information on digital platforms, is an important skill in modern society. This project seeks to strengthen digital literacy across remote communities in the Northwest Territories, by training specialists to deliver tailor-made courses in their home communities. Each year, a new course of increasing complexity will be offered to communities, covering topics like online security, social media, and connections between technology and traditional ways. Researchers are conducting research throughout the territory to see what topics are the most important to include and will publish their findings about their experience building digital literacy in remote locations. Hopefully, the successes of this project can help inspire other remote regions to implement similar programs.