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An Ojibway Framework

My goal is to create an Ojibway-based framework to help guide the design and delivery of an online learning experience that supports (w)holistic well-being and cultural identity.  This newly created framework seeks to establish a visible cultural presence in all aspects of online learning.  Creating a culture-based presence for online learning can help to foster student (w)holistic well-being and cultural identity. S


Mark Sayers

Mark J. Sayers is a Full-status and Treaty Ojibway Anishinabe nini from the Garden River First Nation.  Mark is enrolled in the Doctor of Education program at Ontario Tech University in Oshawa, Ontario, where he plans to develop and further his plans to utilize Information and Communications Technology to video catalog traditional Ojibway knowledge systems for Ojibway-based postsecondary education. He is also a Professor of First Nation General Education at Durham College in Oshawa, Ontario.


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