Open Access Week: Creating space for Indigenous and Pacific research - Library

Course description

Part 1: Publishing avenues for Indigenous-led research 

How do Indigenous academics share their research in a way that is meaningful to them and the communities they wish to serve? A number of Indigenous-led open access journals have been set up with the purpose of exploring Indigenous and Pacific issues and concerns, providing an opportunity to disseminate research. This session will explore the driving force behind the development of  these journals, and the challenges in getting Indigenous research out into the scholarly community.

Part 2: Engagement with indigenous knowledge 

How do Indigenous communities share their knowledge in a way that aligns with their community rules and protocols? How can we ensure Indigenous knowledge is treated respectfully when it is in the public domain? This session will explore some of the recent initiatives seeking to tackle these questions.

As this is an external presenter, you will receive a confirmation email with a registration link. Please be sure to register if you'd like to join. 

Type of course

Information session

Who should attend

  • Early and mid-career researchers 
  • Established researchers
  • Higher Degree by Research students 
  • Research support staff members

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