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Event #1151

Learning in Northern Communities, Cultures, and Places: A Multimedia Interactive Gathering with the Faculty of Education, UAlberta

When: 

Thursday, May 27, 2021

09:30 - 11:00
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Series:
Indigenous programming , Northern Relations , University of Alberta , Confronting Colonialism and Anti-Black Racism , Accessible event , Intersections of Congress
Language: 
English | anglais
Accessibility Services: 
Closed captioning in English
Closed captioning in French
Simultaneous interpretation in French
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This multimedia 90 minute virtual gathering features four exhibits of scholarly work taking place with Canada’s Northern and Indigenous communities. All exhibits are arts-based and/or multimodal: (1) Dr. Ali Shiri offers a Tour of the Inuvialuit Digital Library, a multimedia/multimodal archive from the Inuvialuit Settlement Region in the Western Arctic and includes communities, cultures, languages, and dialects, (2) Dr. Trudy Cardinal’s Braiding Stories to Live By features footage and description of this Indigenous Young Women's Summer Gathering, (3) Dr. Diane Conrad’s presents from the Fort Good Hope Youth Leadership Conference featuring a video comic book created by community youth, finally, (4) Dr. Melissa Tremblay shares an inspiring knowledge mobilization video focused on her Strengths Focused Research with Youth at Maskwacis First Nation.