1. Learner outcomes for the Indigenous Content Requirement (ICR) are as follows:
The Teaching Commons is hiring an Indigenous Curriculum Specialist to start in July 2017.
"Why 'Indigenizing' Curriculum and 'Pedagogy Is Vital for Our Survival: An Interactive Engagement with Four Arrows - Four Arrows (Wahikpe Topa), aka Don Trent Jacobs" (video, 1.12.59 m), a seminar from the Department of Curriculum & Pedagogy, University of British Columbia (September 4, 2018).
"Reconciliation Through indigenous Education" (website) is a free, online, open-access course being offered again in January 2018 through UBC and edX.
The “Pulling Together: A Guide for Indigenization of Post-Secondary Institutions; A Professional Learning Series” contains 5 guides (with a 6th Researchers Guide under development).
The Guides are described as "a professional educational series offered through BCcampus to help support post-secondary front-line support staff, faculty, academic leaders and administrators, and curriculum developers as they work toward integrating Indigenous perspectives and Indigenous ways of knowing, being, doing and relating into university and college curriculum, programming and services."