Sit, Watch, Listen: Collaboratively Creating Indigenous Knowledge Protocols
Meijer Drees, Laurie
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First Nations Elders-in-Residence at VIU offered teachings to First Nations and Library faculty to address culturally-responsive representation of indigenous knowledge within formal memory institutions. The project models a collaborative approach, acknowledging the presence and significance of local indigenous knowledges and protocols through fostering genuine, purposeful, non-formal relationships.
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