This page provides additional resources to help you design, facilitate, and support a learning process using the timeline.
- Classroom Climate Series – A year-long series of workshop sessions offered by Aboriginal Initiatives at the Centre of Teaching, Learning and Technology (CTLT) at UBC. This series offers the UBC community the opportunity to challenge their own assumptions about what they have learned about Aboriginal peoples, become more critically aware of their teaching and research practices, and learn more about how they engage with topics that challenge their own social location within the institution. The wiki page compiles session information and related resources for each session topic.
- What I Learned in Class Today: Aboriginal Issues in the Classroom – Videos of interviews with UBC students and instructors discussing difficult conversations on Aboriginal issues in their classrooms. Includes discussion topics and facilitator guide that help conduct discussions on the issues addressed in the interviews.
- Indigenous Foundations – An educational resource by the First Nations Studies Program at UBC providing an information resource on key topics relating to the histories, politics, and cultures of the Aboriginal peoples of Canada. Faculty commonly use this resource within their curriculum as a way to support students who may be entering their classes without prior knowledge of Indigenous histories, cultures and worldviews.
- UBC Library Research Guides – Check out the subject “First Nations Studies” to find resources on various topics, such as “Aboriginal Maps and Mapping,” “Aboriginal Statistics,” “First Nations Languages of British Columbia,” “Indian Residential Schools in Canada,” and more.
- OUR TRUTH: Indian Residential School Initiatives at UBC – The website introduces ways to ensure that all students have an opportunity, as well as acknowledge their responsibility, to learn about the histories that are the foundation of this place of learning – UBC.
- UBC Totem Park Residence Videos – Videos regarding house names in use at Totem Park Residence at UBC.
- Musqueam: A Living Culture – A website created by the Musqueam Indian Band. Includes videos, “Musqueam Through Time.”