Tools for Teaching and Research in Indigenous Studies
The Indigenous Knowledge Commons provides a forum for thinking creatively about the social and cultural roles of Indigenous Studies, especially in relation to online teaching and research in the field. We invite you to join us in thinking about ways in which Indigenous Knowledge can be acknowledged, valued, celebrated, and shared. We welcome participation from teachers, students, tribal elders, cultural leaders, artists, scholars and professionals working in indigenous contexts in many countries. IK Commoners include thinkers and doers, indigenous and non-indigenous, with and without institutional affiliation.
Please don't leave without visiting some of our tools and resources listed above. And let us know what you think!
Find out more about the philosophy behind the Indigenous Knowledge Commons.