Speakers: Leslie Wexler (senior educational developer, Indigenous Knowledges and anti-racist pedagogies, CTE), Benjamin Lefebvre (copy editor, CEL)
As part of this presentation, we (Leslie and Benjamin) will share our journey in collaborating on the creation of TK and BC Labels and will consider how the University community can use this system moving forward, as a way to extend and in some cases supersede “standard” protocols related to copyright and fair dealing within an educational system. Guided by the Indigenous methodology of circle sharing, this collaborative session will look for knowledge sharing among all the people who are interested in becoming a part of the roundtable. To that end, we will go around the circle to ask participants three questions: How could you perceive TK and BC Labels intersecting in your work? What are some of the barriers you perceive in using TK and BC Labels? How might we extend the idea of collaboration in terms of Indigenous relationality? Note: this session will be capped at 12 participants.
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