The following is a message from Conestoga College’s Library Services department
Whether for self-education or as learning resources for your students, consider exploring the library’s collection of eBooks, articles, and videos as one of the many ways to learn about Indigenous history, culture, and identity. For a pathway to available resources, consult Library & Learning Services’ Indigenous Resources guide.
Articles, chapters, and videos from the library are freely and easily accessible, making them an excellent resource for supporting course delivery. Faculty can add materials from the Indigenous Resources guide to your courses via links in eConestoga.
Accessing the Guide
Faculty, staff, and students can access the Indigenous Resources guide by following these steps:
- Select “By Subject” in the “Find More Resources” box on the Library Homepage.
- Select “Indigenous Resources” from the list of subject guides that appears.
To find different types of resources, select the headings from the navigation pane on the left-hand side of the website to access new sections. The guide’s sections include:
- Non-fiction resources,
- Open educational resources,
- Government documents,
- Journals and databases,
- Literature and memoirs,
- Videos, and
- Web resources.
If you would like to learn more about using library resources for your courses or have suggestions for further resources to add to our collection, please contact Library & Learning Services.