3 Matching Annotations
  1. Nov 2021
    1. OER, particularly in indigenous languages

      Made me think of the Indigenization Project at BCCampus, that works "to co-create open educational resources that support faculty and staff with the incorporation of Indigenous epistemologies into professional practice, enabling post-secondary institutions to continue to build the structures and processes by which Indigenous students experience their post-secondary education in resonance with their own lives, worldviews, and ambitions."

      Are there other examples of projects focused on OER in indigenous languages? Love to hear about them in replies to this annotation.

  2. Jun 2019
    1. The world’s Indigenous peoples are diverse and cannot be identified homogenously; however, many Indigenous Nations find they share significant commonalities associated with a philosophy of ‘being-more-than-human’ and a science based upon ‘natural laws of interdependence’

      I've always been curious about, and ignorant of, the conflation of indigeneity into a homogenous category. Whenever someone brings up "indigenous thought" I keep wanting to ask "which indigeniety?"

  3. May 2015
    1. Fabulous tool and practice. Good for discussion in the DHSI Digital Indigeneity course in June. Reminds me of early work First Nations groups did with Google Maps in support of Treaty Land Entitlement claims.