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Meeting the academic needs of Indigenous STUDENTS, scholars, nations, communities, institutions and organisations — Resources

Welcome

Tansi, Auneen, Sekon, Kwey, Boojhoo, Oki, Welcome, Bonjour, Bienvenido, Me'taleyn!

The Centre for World Indigenous Knowledge and Research would like to welcome you to our virtual home on the web. We are a Centre that exists within Athabasca University to address and achieve the following goals:

  1. meet the academic needs of Indigenous STUDENTS, scholars, nations, communities, institutions and organisations
  2. improve the development and delivery of Indigenous Education at Athabasca University
  3. strengthen the research undertaken for, by and about First Nation, Metis and Inuit people at Athabasca University
  4. acknowledge and develop the role of traditional knowledge in academic settings; and
  5. support, protect and preserve Indigenous Knowledge, Education and oral traditions

The Centre for World Indigenous Knowledge and Research would like to thank you for stopping by to our newly redesigned web page. If you have any questions or inquiries our staff would be more than happy to assist you.

Email: indigenous@athabascau.ca
Phone: 1-800-788-9041 ext. 2064

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About Indigenous People and Distance Education

AU Education In Your Home, Community, or Nation (PDF - 907 KB)

University Education Without Limits (PDF - 1MB)

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Updated May 09 2016 by Student & Academic Services