MCC Webinar April 7, 2020 Registration
Time: Tuesday, April 7th, 10 -10:30 am
Location: Webinar
Fees: $0. FREE.

Title: Ohkotoki’aahkoiyiiniimaan (Stone Pipe)

Session Summary: We will discuss a variety of initiatives and services that Lethbridge College has for its indigenous students and to support indigenous culture. There are three major areas that we will discuss: the Writing on Stone project in collaboration with Alberta Park, the library's redesign and collaboration with Indigenous Services, and the services available to indigenous students through the Indigenous Services Department.

Darel Bennedbaek achieved his BA in English Literature in 2008 and his MLIS in 2012. He worked first at Burman University for 7 years (2012 - 2019), then moved on to Lethbridge College in July 2019. He has been learning the ropes of the new workplace and is enjoying the opportunities to work closely with faculty, the Centre for Teaching and Learning, and Indigenous Services.

Tyler Wall: Tyler Wall has been working in the media field for 15 years after having graduated from Lethbridge College Multimedia. Living in the world of technology learning never stops so through his 15 years he has evolved multiple times in order to stay relevant. The most recent evolution had him learning VR and photogrammetry and applying its technological wizardry to taking the real world and copying it into the digital world. This has an enormous impact on preserving our world around us.
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Contact Manisha Khetarpal or call toll free: 1 866 585 3925

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