Indigenous Awareness (Prepare to Learn Workshop)
This one-hour discussion will briefly cover the Indigenous Peoples of Southwestern Ontario. We will delve into the histories, cultures, and contemporary issues of Indigenous Peoples who have lived in the region for thousands of years. Topics covered may include land and resource rights, residential schools, cultural revitalization, Indigenous sovereignty and the ongoing struggles for decolonization and reconciliation.
This will be presented virtually via Zoom.
*After registering for the workshop, students can follow the steps below to gain access to the workshop material on FOL.
This workshop is part of the Prepare to Learn workshop series designed to provide incoming students with skills and resources to help them transition to learning at Fanshawe College. Go to this link for more information: https://www.fanshawelibrary.com/ptl/
Related LibGuide: Indigenous Knowledge Guide by Megan Anderson
- Thursday, December 7, 2023
- 10:00AM - 11:00AM
- Prepare to Learn
After registering for the workshop, go onto FanshaweOnline to access the FanshaweOnline resource course that offers resources and tools to complement these workshops. Go to the FOL home page, and use the dropdown menu Resources to select Self-Registration and then register in Prepare to Learn (if you run into difficulty during this process, contact email@example.com). See the steps below: