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Sport and Recreation Edukit
The Elementary section of the Sport and Recreation Edukit provides focus upon the heritage of Aboriginal cultural and social activities. It introduces contemporary Aboriginal athletes and games. The Secondary section provides resources about traditional gatherings of First Nation groups and their festivities. Included are resource selections, biographies,glossary, timelines, visual resources, and activities. The Teacher Zone provides background material and possible instructional activities linked to the current Alberta Social Studies Program.

St. Vincent and St. Paul
The Era of the Fur Trade first brought Francophone fur traders to northern Alberta and created Métis communities. Missionary orders, such as the Oblates of Mary Immaculate, came next to serve Aboriginal Peoples to be followed by settlers. Join us as we examine the history and dynamics of two of Alberta's important French communities.

Traditional Use Studies
The Traditional Use Studies Website explores the history and methodologies for undertaking studies of land use by Aboriginal Peoples. This work involves gathering of information from Elders and other knowledge keepers and creating maps and other documents that make this knowledge accessible. Findings are valuable for a range of purposes from rights protection for Aboriginal Peoples (who conduct the studies), to governments desiring to regulate land use and environmental protection, and industry wishing to exploit resources. Examples are drawn from Alberta, Canada and internationally.

Treaty 6
This website explores the making of Treaty 6 through text, historic photographs, audio, video and contextual information, as well as exploring the culture and lifeways of First Nations people.

Treaty 7
This website explores the making of Treaty 7 through text, historic photographs, audio, video and contextual information, as well as exploring the culture and lifeways of First Nations people.

Understanding Canadian Diversity
Welcome to the Understanding Canadian Diversity Edukit. This bilingual Edukit addresses the root causes of prejudice by exploring the themes of Immigration History, Rights and Responsibilities, Diversity and Multiculturalism, and Human Rights. The intention is to provide a range of information including audio and video, scenarios, and activities that show diversity in action and promote an understanding of multiple perspectives. This Edukit contains Lesson Plans for Social Studies Grade 4, 7, 9, and 10.

University of Alberta Centennial
The University of Alberta has much to celebrate after a century of academic excellence and achievement. The University of Alberta Centenary Web Site Project is an online celebration of the University of Alberta and its unique place in Alberta’s history. It is a retrospective of the rich history and heritage of the University; a look at university life, culture, and tradition, at what has changed, and at what has remained the same. It is a testament to Albertan ingenuity and innovation; to university research, development, and the discovery of knowledge. It is a multimedia journey through one hundred years of documentation, photographs, video and audio clips, interactive timelines, and memories recounting the story of how the University of Alberta has enriched and changed the world.

Volunteerism in Alberta
The selfless acts of thousands of Albertan volunteers have defined the province since the first explorers entered Western Canada. Find out about the people and the organizations they formed who have dedicated themselves to advancing the causes of others without the expectation of being compensated. Alberta's volunteers are one of our most valuable natural resources, and they have been improving community for over 100 years.

West Balkans Edukit
The West Balkans Edukit provides and presents resources and activities which connect to the Senior Secondary Program of Studies issues of globalization and human rights. Content includes an overview of the history of the west Balkan nations and the human rights issues arising from the late 20th century civil wars and conflicts.

When Coal Was King
This site is the first phase of a multi-phase project that will result in a national website that explores coal mining—past, present and future. Text, images, audio and video are used to tell a compelling story. The website is a part of the Year of the Coal Miner project, a major education and awareness campaign involving Alberta and British Columbia partners.

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