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Featured iPortal Research Resources

Digital Ethics and Reconciliation: Digital Ethics Report.

This UVic report makes 26 recommendations for decolonizing research and library practices. These recommendations are directed towards researchers and library staff seeking to decolonize their services in regards to collaborative research with Indigenous communities, the products of that research, and previously acquired archival materials.

Multiple case studies are included in the paper; the majority are Canadian but the report also includes cases from Australia, New Zealand, Latin America, and the United States.

 Written by: Karine St-Onge, MLIS

For: University of Victoria Libraries

The Indigenous Studies Portal (iPortal) is a database of full-text/electronic resources related to Indigenous peoples. The iPortal contains records for and links to journal articles, archival documents and photographs, government reports, ebooks, theses and more. 

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