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Indigenous Resources: Indigenous Education

This guide provides access to resources on Indigenous history, communities, and culture in Canada and NS, as well as government documents. It was developed in consultation with members of the Indigenous community in Nova Scotia and NSCC.

Indigenizing Higher Education

Indigenous Information Literacy Videos

Below is a video series focused on information literacy from Kwantlen Polytechnic University. We would like to thank Rachel Chong for creating and sharing these videos.

This video is an introduction to the Indigenous Information Literacy series. The content in the introduction is a model for the content taught throughout this series.
In this segment of Indigenous Information Literacy, we will discuss best practices for connecting with Elders and Knowledge Keepers.
In this segment of Indigenous Information Literacy we will review how to evaluate sources by and about Indigenous peoples.
In this segment of Indigenous Information Literacy, we will discuss best practices for citing print and oral Indigenous sources using the APA citation style.
In this segment of Indigenous Information Literacy, we will discuss best practices for citing print and oral Indigenous sources using the MLA citation style