“As Indigenous researchers with strong connections to their communities, II faculty understand the needs and priorities of Indigenous peoples, and can develop research projects to deliver direct benefits to their communities. As the connection point between the Traditional Knowledge Keepers and prospective knowledge users, IIs are perfectly placed to engage in research and knowledge mobilization while respecting and protecting the roots and cultural importance of that very knowledge.”
A Systems Guide to Research Council Funding in Canada: Report Summary
IIC Student Success & E-Learning During COVID-19
This report offers insights into how Indigenous Institutes, and all education institutions, can deliver a holistic approach to online education that supports Indigenous learners.
IIC Programs & Services
The success story of Indigenous Institutes (IIs) shows through in this report, despite limited resources available to the IIs and students. The data is evidence that students are succeeding and are obtaining meaningful employment after graduation. This report also serves to identify gaps and proposes solutions to offer further growth and capacity development opportunities at Ontario’s post-secondary Indigenous Institutes.