Knowledge Makers: Indigenous Undergraduate Researchers and Research.

@inproceedings{Naepi2019KnowledgeMI,
  title={Knowledge Makers: Indigenous Undergraduate Researchers and Research.},
  author={Sereana Naepi and Airini},
  year={2019}
}
As higher education institutions seek to provide further scope for diversity in their practices, there is space opening up for Indigenous undergraduate research. This article reflects on the Knowledge Makers program, an Indigenous undergraduate research initiative based in British Columbia, Canada. The Knowledge Makers program shows what is possible when an Indigenous approach is used to mentor Indigenous undergraduate students and offers promising practices for increasing Indigenous… CONTINUE READING

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