4 Seasons of Reconciliation course
Four Seasons of Reconciliation is an online course that provides comprehensive and decolonialized education in a multi-media format in line with the Truth and Reconciliation Commission's 94 Calls to Action.
The course was developed by Reconciliation Education, an e-learning producer of online resources, and the First Nations University of Canada for workplaces and the education sector. An Indigenous Advisory Circle, comprised of Elders, Knowledge Keepers, educators, and members of the First Nations University of Canada, was consulted on the creation of the course.
As part of Dalhousie’s ongoing commitment to reconciliation, this course is available to all Dalhousie faculty, staff, and administration through the Dalhousie Libraries. The asynchronous course consists of ten modules, takes 3.5-4 hours in total (approximately 20 minutes per module), and does not have to be completed in one sitting. This year, the course is funded by the Faculty of Engineering; responsibility for funding the course will be shared across different faculties and units in future years.
Register for the course (Dalhousie faculty, staff, and administration only.)