Exploring worldviews and authorities: Library instruction in Indigenous Studies using Authority is Constructed and Contextual

Michael Dudley

Abstract

The student sitting next to me in the University of Winnipeg’s Aboriginal Student Services Centre listens respectfully as I demonstrate the library catalog and databases, then turns to me. “It’s interesting,” he says. “The way the university teaches us, by explaining. It’s not like when me and my father would go into the bush.”

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