11:00 AM - 6:00 PM — Registration OPEN
12:30 - 2:00 PM
Design to Delivery: Developing a Research Project
Join Know History for a pre-conference workshop that provides practical information for community members and professionals undertaking history projects. Over the past decade, Know History has completed over 400 history projects with communities across Canada. CEO Ryan Shackleton will share valuable tools and advice gleaned from this experience. Participants will acquire valuable knowledge on various aspects, including project design and scoping, research planning, and the art of storytelling.
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2:30 - 4:30 PM
Conditions of Access: Navigating Restrictions in LAC Collections
Library and Archives Canada is pleased to offer this pre-conference workshop to share perspectives and open dialogue on the legislative restrictions that present barriers to accessing collections. What is the landscape in which we are all working? What authorities are applying restrictions to information? What challenges does this pose to Indigenous communities in gaining access to their records? And how do we navigate this landscape together? This workshop is a space to understand each other’s perspectives, learn from each other’s expertise, and generate ideas for enriching the research experience. We look forward to meeting you.
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Workshop led by the Indigenous Initiatives Division, with subject matter contributions from Access to Information and Privacy, and Reference Archivists.
Johanna Smith, Director General of the Outreach and Engagement Branch, Library and Archives Canada
Kristina Lillico, Director General of the ATIP Branch, Library and Archives Canada
Andrew Ross, Acting Director of Client Services, Library and Archives Canada
Chad Kicknosway, Grass Dancer from Bkejwanong First Nation
Victoria Deleary, Senior Program Advisor, Library and Archives Canada