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A Teacher Librarian's Guide for Decolonization and Reconciliation

This guide is intended for Teacher Librarians and others working in the information and cultural heritage sectors wanting professional learning resources for self-study on topics of decolonization, reconciliation, resurgence, and Indigenous-settler relat

Welcome

ÍY SȻÁĆEL.  Welcome.  This guide was developed to support a workshop series offered by colleagues from UVic Libraries and Teacher Librarians at School District 61 (Greater Victoria) in the spring of 2021.  While specific to the learning outcomes of these workshops, much of the content will be relevant to the work of other librarians, teachers, and educators throughout the province.  Please contact UVic's Education Librarian, Pia Russell, if you have questions about this guide, would like to request a workshop to be offered to your own group, or have recommendations for additional resources to be added to this guide, HÍ,SW̱ḴE SI,IÁM

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First Peoples' House

Welcome posts at the front of the First People's House at UVic, https://www.uvic.ca/assets2012/images/photos/billboards/2015/billboard-trc-2015.jpg

 

The creators of this guide respectfully acknowledge that our work takes place on
the unceded homelands of
the lək̓ʷəŋən and W̱SÁNEĆ Nations.
We are honoured to serve Indigenous communities throughout our work.  

 

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