The Digital Garden is designed to bring together two fields of research: participatory research and Indigenous research.
We are pleased to present the Collaborative Indigenous Research (CIR) Digital Garden. This is an initiative led by Dr. Eve Tuck and Graduate Student Researchers in the Tkaronto CIRCLE Lab, with the sincere guidance of our Advisory Board. The Digital Garden is designed to bring together two fields of research: participatory research and Indigenous research. Given that these fields have their own distinct methodologies, methods, approaches to study and theories of change, we created the Digital Garden as a virtual visiting place to bring these fields in conversation with each other.
To show the possibilities and capabilities of the site, our team has crafted profiles of nearly 200 different Collaborative Indigenous Research projects to create the Digital Garden. But this is only meant to get us started. With the launching of this site, we do not think of the Digital Garden as a complete and finished project, but rather as the beginning. Community and university-based researchers are encouraged to add their own projects, especially projects that share results outside of typical academic publication. We invite all Collaborative Indigenous Research practitioners to contribute to defining and advancing the field of Collaborative Indigenous Research.
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