Dear all,


Our apologies for the second email, but we just found out about the below learning event on Indigenous Data Sovereignty – see the links below. The organization is offering a number of free, online microlearning events for developing and/or improving library service for Indigenous users, here:



APLA Continuing Education Interest Group


Indigenous Data Sovereignty Toolkit for GLAM institutions

July 27, 2-3 pm (Mountain Time Zone in Alberta)


Registration link:


Description: What is Indigenous Data Sovereignty and why is it important? This session will provide a brief overview of the concepts and foundations of Indigenous Data Sovereignty, as well as discuss why it is so important for galleries, libraries, archives, and museums to work with Indigenous communities to ensure that their Knowledges and data are being represented in an appropriate way. This session will also highlight Indigenous Data Sovereignty tool kits that GLAM institutions can use.

Instructor:  Kayla Lar-Son, Indigenous Programs and Services Librarian and Indigitization program manager UBC.

Registration link:



Martin Chandler

Data Services Librarian

McGill University Library
3459 rue McTavish | Montreal, Quebec  H3A 0C9



Cate Carlyle


VP Nova Scotia, Continuing Education IG Convenor

Atlantic Provinces Library Association

CRC Coordinator, Mount Saint Vincent University

T (902) 457-6426 E [log in to unmask] @aplagram |

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