The University of Alberta, Faculty of Native Studies, is offering an online course: Indigenous Peoples and Canada
This 6-module micro-course looks at Indigenous historical and contemporary experiences with a view of understanding the legacy of settler colonialism and affirmation Indigenous self-determination. This course covers topics like worldview, resources and relations, governance and treaty, institutionalization, contemporary communities, and resistance and resiliency. Course content will sharpen learners’ critical thinking skills to strengthen personal and professional ethics, and will deepen Indigenous/non-Indigenous collaboration through building literacy about Indigenous societies, enhancing intercultural awareness, and obtaining balanced facts about Canadian history and current realities.
For more information, or to register, please visit the University of Alberta