The Carleton University Collaborative Indigenous Learning Bundles are an online teaching resource that enable instructors to incorporate Indigenous ways of knowing into the classroom. Created and delivered by Indigenous experts, the Bundles provide a factual and theoretical basis to help instructors bridge the gap between their course content and topics relevant to Canadian and Indigenous peoples today.

Since the launch of the first four Bundles last year, an additional seven Bundles are now available. Topics include Indigenous Law and Human Rights, Cultural Conceptions of the Life Cycle, Metis People and the Metis Nation, The Inuit Story, and more!

Visit the Collaborative Indigenous Learning Bundles website to learn more and to request access to the Bundles. We are also hosting an Introduction to Collaborative Indigenous Learning Bundles workshop on June 18 from 10 a.m. – noon. Register here.