This toolkit aims to "encourage interest in developing Indigenous cultural competency for library staff employed at the University of Toronto Libraries" and introduces land acknowledgements, key concepts, terminology and further resources. Authored by Jamie Lee Morin with contributions from Desmond Wong.
Students from UAlberta LIS 598 were asked to create an online resource based on Indigenous librarianship within a Canadian context. The intention of this website is to promote student work and to build the discipline of Indigenous Librarianship.
Red River College Library in Winnipeg, MB recently embarked on a subject headings editing process. They considered different ways to spell Indigenous data and a training component for all Library users to decolonize and use new subject headings. This link includes the presentation recording about the project delivered on May 4, 2020.
"Indigenous librarianship unites the discipline of librarianship with Indigenous approaches to knowledge, theory, and research methodology." (From Indigenous Librarianship by Burns, Doyle, Joseph & Krebs, 2009).
These slides were presented during a May 2020 micro-learning webinar hosted by Maskwacis Cultural College. The presenter was Ashley Edwards, Indigenous Curriculum Resource Centre term Librarian at Simon Fraser University.
Citational Politics & Relations, Indigenous Citation & Style Guides, Citing Elders & Knowledge Keepers, and APA 7th Edition Official Guidelines for "Citing Traditional Knowledge & Oral Traditions of Indigenous Peoples"
The Decolonizing the Library Working Group was formed in February 2020 out of the Decolonizing the Library Task Group. Our purpose is to implement and support the tasks and changes laid out in the Action Plan created by the Decolonizing the Library Task Group. The purpose of the Working Group is to ensure Indigenous peoples and perspectives are reflected and represented in library activities, collections, and spaces, and to appropriately acknowledge the location of SFU Libraries on Coast Salish territories.