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Information and Resources

Indigenous Histories and Reconciliation Course

The Indigenous Histories and Reconciliation Course consists of 7 modules which follow the traditional 7 Grandfather Teachings of Love, Respect, Honesty, Humility, Bravery, Truth, or Wisdom. This self-directed course allows participants to complete modules at their own pace. Upon completion of a module, the participant will receive a badge, and upon completion of the course a certificate of completion is generated.

This course is available to students and employees on DC Connect through the self-registration tab. Once registered this course will appear under the ‘Manually Managed Term tab’. 

Indigenous Learning Circles

To enhance the learning from the Indigenous Histories and Reconciliation Modules the Indigenous Learning Circle provides a safe supportive opportunity for learners to come together and discuss best practices, create a community of practice around Indigenization, and to provide further discussion on questions that may arise from completing the learning modules. Bi-weekly Indigenous Learning Circles are open to both students and employees. To register:

STUDENTS

EMPLOYEES

  • From ICE, select ONBOARDING/PD
  • Select Emp. Development
  • Under ‘Upcoming PD and Wellness Offerings’ select ‘training registration calendar’
  • Select the event you would like to register for from the event calendar

Anishinaabe Family Language Program

The Anishinaabe Family Language Program, facilitated by Sarah MacLeod Beaver, provides an opportunity for students, employees, community members and their families to learn the original language of this territory, Anishinaabemowin.  Family Language Program runs Monday evenings to register contact Julie.pigeon@durhamcollege.ca.

Library Resources

The Campus Library holds a number of resources available to the DC Community to learn about Indigenous culture and ways of knowing.