Documentation:CTLT Indigenous Initiatives Online Land Acknowledgement Resource

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Video Resources for Virtual Land Acknowledgements

Territory Acknowledgements

Kyle Shaughnessey, Educational Consultant: Staff Training, models a land acknowledgement and provides history and context for the importance of this practice. Kyle also advises on how to acknowledge territory in a thoughtful and meaningful way.



Centring Positionality and Place

Erin Yun, Educational Consultant: Classroom and Campus Climate, models a meaningful land acknowledgement in the online environment. Erin shares and walks through her process of creating a land acknowledgement in the virtual space.



Xwi7xwa Library Resources

Centring Indigenous Perspectives in your Syllabus

Sarah Dupont, Head Librarian at Xwi7xwa Library, guides the viewer through the Xwi7xwa website and online resources. Sarah demonstrates where to locate Xwi7xwa's Resource Guides and how to use them.



Territory Acknowledgement Activity

Karleen Delaurier-Lyle, Information Services Librarian at Xwi7xwa Library, uses UBC Library and external resources in an activity to help the viewer locate the territory they are occupying. Karleen demonstrates how to navigate through Nation's websites using Musqueam and Squamish websites as examples.