This subject guide highlights some of the resources available through the library and online on the histories, cultures, and experiences of Indigenous Peoples in Turtle Island. This guide only serves as a starting point for research and highlights a selection of library and other online resources. You may find more library resources by searching in Library Search.
The Maamwi Hub is inspired by the TRC 94 Calls to Action to ensure that the 24 Colleges of Ontario lead in the education of both staff and students on Indigenous history, culture, knowledge, and current Indigenous worldviews. The word "Maamwi" means "Together" in Anishinaabemowin, one of the widely spoken Indigenous languages in the territory currently referred to as Ontario. The Maamwi hub comprises of 5 major sections (About, Discover, Inquire, Inspire, and Empower) with each section categorized thematically.
First Peoples@Seneca is dedicated to supporting Indigenous students (First Nations, Métis, and Inuit) on our campuses. Services include advisement, tutoring, mentoring, workshops, cultural teachings, and social events. These services are offered in a culturally appropriate way to create understandings and learnings about Indigenous peoples.
The following databases provide overviews or current social topics and issues. Browse the databases for general information and to get a better understanding of your research topic.
In addition to searching the library website, you may also search individual databases for articles. The following databases contain journals, magazines, newspapers, and reports/grey literature.