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12SLGBTQI+
Description: A collection of resources focusing on issues surrounding 2SLGBTQI+ issues. TRIGGER WARNING: These resources are intended to enrich learning, understanding, and respect for our world and community. The resources listed may contain sensitive or triggering material. Please take care of your mental health when researching and engaging with this material. Content is always under review; comments are welcomed, contact catherine.smith@wellingtoncdsb.ca
2Black Heritage and Experience
Description: Collection of resources highlighting Black heritage. Incl. fiction/non fiction items from our school's collection, outside links/resources, interviews and video links. Black Heritage Month in Canada, is recognized in February. TRIGGER WARNING: These resources are intended to enrich learning, understanding, and respect for our world and community. The resources listed may contain sensitive or triggering material. Please take care of your mental health when researching and engaging with this material. Content is always under review; comments are welcomed, contact catherine.smith@wellingtoncdsb.ca
3Canadian History post WWI
Description: Collection of resources that highlight aspects of Canadian History following the First World War. Be certain to follow the many resources posted by organizations, government and education websites. (see also ... Elements of Canadian History are found throughout all Projects in Bishop Macdonell's Online Library Catalog.) Projects are ongoing and in various stages of development. Contributions are welcome, contact catherine.smith@wellingtoncdsb.ca
4Catholic Education Week
Description: 'Catholic Schools Week is a national celebration of Catholic education and an opportunity to recognize the importance, the value, and the contributions of Catholic education to the Church and the world.' Projects are ongoing and in various stages of development Contributions are welcome, contact catherine.smith@wellingtoncdsb.ca
5Censorship - Freedom to Read
Description: Freedom to Read Week celebrates our Canadian Right to Freedom of Expression. Having a voice is a freedom that is valuable to us and presents itself in our literature time and again. Contained here are articles and links that discuss FTRW and literary censorship. There is also a list of the Challenged Books that are in our library. Freedom to Read Week is the 3rd week in February. Projects are ongoing and in various stages of development Contributions are welcome, contact catherine.smith@wellingtoncdsb.ca
6First Nations, Métis, and Inuit Studies
Description: Collection of resources covering First Nations, Métis and Inuit history and current issues. Includes links/resources, interviews and video links. May 5th is a National Day of Recognition for Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls and Two-Spirited people #MMIWG2S National Indigenous Peoples Month is June. National Indigenous Peoples Day is celebrated June 21st Treaty Recognition Week is the first week in November. TRIGGER WARNING: These resources are intended to enrich learning, understanding, and respect for our world and community. The resources listed may contain sensitive or triggering material. Please take care of your mental health when researching and engaging with this material. Content is always under review; comments are welcomed, contact catherine.smith@wellingtoncdsb.ca
7I Read Canadian
Description: I Read Canadian Day is an initiative began by author Eric Walters, CCBC, Ontario Library Association and CANSCAIP. It's purpose is to promote Canadian reading, writing and publishing. Here you will find links about Canadian Literature and I Read Canadian Day, access to Canadian content AND the titles of Canadian books in our library.. #IReadCanadian Day is Feb.19 Projects are ongoing and in various stages of development. Contributions are welcome, contact catherine.smith@wellingtoncdsb.ca
8IB Foundations of Science - Millar
Description: Welcome grade 9 IB Foundations of Science class - Soil and Nutrients Research This is a resource list of sources - it is your task to assess these sources. As with all LLC resource and book lists, your resource suggestions are encouraged. It is CRAAP test time!
9World Religions
Description: Find items and links to resources intended to help students explore and discuss World Religions -- Religion is located in the 200 section of the LLC. Projects are ongoing and in various stages of development. Contributions are welcome, contact Bishop Macdonell's Library Tech. catherine.smith@wellingtoncdsb.ca
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