In early July COPPUL hosted a webinar on "How Anti-Racist Education Matters for Academic Libraries" presented by by Verna St Denis and Sheelah McLean. This session was recorded and is available only to those who registered for the webinar. As well, the recording may not be shared without permission of the COPPUL Executive Director. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org in advance. © All rights reserved. If you wish to set up a presentation / webinar for your institution, the Executive Director will be pleased to put you in touch with the presenters.
The IKSC and the Collections Committee joined together for a morning of discussion and collaboration as part of the COPPUL spring meeting at Vancouver Island University. The following are the summaries of member responses to the pre-meeting questionnaire as well as a presentation on the intersections and opportunities between the Indigenous and CDSN committees.
- Discussion Group 1: Vendors and Decolonization
- Discussion Group 2: Considerations and Competencies for Indigenous Monograph Selection
- Discussion Group 3: Donations of Indigenous Materials: Considerations and Challenging the Assumptions of Policies
- The Indigenous Knowledge Standing Committee and the Digital Stewardship Network: Intersections & opportunities
IKSC members contributed to the planning of the "Sorting Libraries Out: Decolonizing Classification and Indigenizing Description" symposium, which took place in March 2019. The program, selected presentations and other materials are available on the symposium website.
COPPUL hosted an event for Directors and their "+1" guests at Royal Roads University.
- Meeting Agenda
- Graphic Recordings: Collective Action, Working with Indigenous Knowledges, Truth-Telling
- Indigenous Relations Behavioural Competencies (Province of BC)
COPPUL hosted an event for Directors at Mount Royal University.