University of Alberta offers free 12-week Indigenous Canada course

The University of Alberta is offering a twelve-week course called Indigenous Canada, as taught from an Indigenous perspective.

The course instructors, Paul Gareau, Tracy Bear, Alannah Mandamin-Shawanda and Isaac Twinn will guide you through twelve modules by way of video lecture. Each module will include course notes and a list of required and supplementary readings. As you go through the twelve modules, you will get an in-depth look at Indigenous history and modern day issues and topics such as legal, political and environmental issues, artistic expression and the fur trade.

This Massive Open Online Course (MOOC) is free to take but for a small fee, you can pay for an official certificate once the course is complete.

You can learn more and sign up for the course here.

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