The focus of this pathway will be on the development of knowledge and skills related to the collection and stewardship of cultural materials and the provision of information and cultural services to communities that support and are respectful of their needs, traditions and ways of knowing. This pathway is associated with professional work related to community librarianship, community archives, community outreach, cultural heritage preservation and education, digitization and digital curation projects, and information policy. It is associated with academic research in the fields of community informatics, First Nations studies, LGBTQ studies, social justice librarianship, information policy, museum studies, etc.
This pathway is complementary to the First Nations Curriculum Concentration.
Primary Electives (taught every year)
Relevant courses outside the school (TBD)
Courses in museum studies, leadership, First Nations Studies & Languages, social work