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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

Introductory Video Clip--Indigenous Research

There are many videos on youtube about indigenous methodologies, this one available on the DataCenter's youtube channel is particularly good.  This recorded conversation for the DataCenter's 2013 'Decolonizing Knowledge' conference features a conversation with Professor Linda Tuhiwai Smith, a professor of indigenous education at the University of Waikato in Hamilton, New Zealand.  Professor Linda Tuhiwai Smith is the author of the excellent book 'Decolonizing Methodologies: Research and Indigenous Peoples'.  

Books on Indigenous Research Approaches held by UVic Libraries

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