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This reconciliation+design work was founded and led by UBC Assistant Professor of Teaching Pam Wolf, and created in a rich collaboration with all of the following people:
Tahltan Nation member Curtis Rattray gave guidance and council on what we ought to be curious about and have competency in.
Undergraduate engineering students Debalina Saha, Alex Gonzales and James Shaw created the module materials, and Ms. Saha coached faculty on how to implement this successfully in their classrooms.
Countless faculty members supported, gave feedback on, and piloted this project.
Undergraduate students Nika Martinussen and Ben Harris enhanced the module materials into the open educational resource that you’re reading now.
I’m grateful for the company of each of you, and for your careful stewarding of a process of un-knowing.
This work was funded by the following:
- Canada Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council (SSHRC) Frontiers of Research Partnership Fund PI: Pam Wolf
- UBC Open Educational Resource Fund: PI Pam Wolf
- We gratefully acknowledge the financial support for this project provided by UBC Vancouver students via the Teaching and Learning Enhancement Fund: Co-PIs, Pam Wolf and Sheryl Staub-French