UAlberta, UQAT, UoGuelph, UCW launch new courses

The University of Alberta, the Université du Québec en Abitibi-Témiscamingue, University of Guelph, and University Canada West have recently announced new courses and classes on campus. UAlberta’s new Countering Stereotypes of Indigenous Peoples course focuses on stereotypes, the harm they do to Indigenous people, how they contribute to oppression, and what strategies can be used to resist them. UQAT has launched a French-only course called Introduction à la sécurisation culturelle des Premières Nations et des Inuit that teaches nursing students how to provide equitable and safe health care services to First Nations and Inuit individuals. UoGuelph has launched a class that examines peoples’ fascination with true crime. UCW has joined the Microsoft Learn for Educators program, which will enable its students to complete Microsoft certification courses and enter the job market with industry-recognized certifications. UAlberta| Newswire (UQAT)| CBC (UoGuelph)| UCW Note: Archived stories may contain dead links or be missing source links.

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