Core members of our partnership team (Pam Brown, Jennifer Carpenter, Gerry Lawson, Kim Lawson, Lisa Nathan, and Mark Turin) coauthored a contribution entitled ‘Uplifting Voices’ in Reflections of Canada: Illuminating Our Opportunities and Challenges at 150+ Years. 2017. Edited by Philippe Tortell, Peter Nemetz and Margot Young. Vancouver: Peter Wall Institute for Advanced Studies. A PDF of the contribution can be downloaded by clicking here.
In November 2015, the Híɫzaqv Language and Culture Mobilization Partnership was awarded a grant from the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council (SSHRC) of Canada to compile a public Knowledge Synthesis report on the theme of ‘How can emerging technologies be leveraged to benefit Canadians?‘
Entitled Digital Access for Language and Culture in First Nations Communities, the 41-page report is available for free download. Please click on one of the links below.
If referring to this document, please cite as:
Carpenter, Jennifer; Guerin, Annie; Kaczmarek, Michelle; Lawson, Gerry; Lawson, Kim; Nathan, Lisa P. and Mark Turin. (2016). Digital Access for Language and Culture in First Nations Communities. Knowledge Synthesis Report for Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada. Vancouver, October 2016. 41 pages.