Kayla Lar-Son, Indigenous Services and Programs Librarian at the University of British Columbia, discusses:
Can Indigenous data be seen and treated as a relative? By using the concept of Indigenous relationality, this talk will unpack how when we change our perception of Indigenous data and data ownership, we can become ethical stewards of data, and work towards Indigenous data sovereignty practices.
"Operationalizing the FAIR Principles for scientific data with the CARE Principles for Indigenous Data Governance enhances machine actionability and brings people and purpose to the fore to resolve Indigenous Peoples’ rights to and interests in their data across the data lifecycle."
February 3, 2023
Scholars and researchers working on university-based data management working groups or who are interested in Indigenous data sovereignty in Canada are invited to join us for a virtual dialogue that will contribute to the changing research data management landscape.