The eagle flies the highest in the sky, and in a coast salish story people would seek guidance from the eagle to gain knowledge of faraway places. This representational eagle wing relief was created to bring the knowledge to students as they seek guidance in their studies. -- Marissa Nahanee

Thursday, September 28, 2023 - 11:00am to 12:00pm
Burnaby, Bennett Library, 4th floor, Indigenous Curriculum Resource Centre

All times are Pacific Time Zone (Vancouver, BC, Canada).

The Indigenous Curriculum Resource Centre (ICRC) was developed to support faculty, instructors, education developers, and researchers who are learning about (and implementing) decolonization and Indigenization for their classroom practices and pedagogy. 

Join Indigenous Initiatives Librarian Ashley Edwards for a tour of the ICRC! She’ll share information about the space design, artwork, and what you can expect to find in the collection, while also introducing the classification system used (hint: it isn’t Library of Congress like most academic libraries use!). 

The tour will meet in the Indigenous Curriculum Resource Centre, on the 4th floor (north side) of W.A.C. Bennett Library (Burnaby campus).

Ashley Edwards

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