Aboriginal Content and Resources for Your Business Course

Are you teaching a business course this term? Perhaps you’re taking a business course and are looking for resources for term papers and presentations? If you are interested in Aboriginal case studies and business content, then our annotated bibliography may be a starting point for you.

This summer, one of our interns — Vernon Migwans — searched the internet and easy to find print publications for case studies and related materials that could be used to inject Aboriginal content into mainstream business curriculum. Check it out at https://www.cbu.ca/crawford/teaching-resources. Entries are grouped by subject areas common to Introduction to Business courses and provide brief descriptions of the resources found by clicking on the links provided.

Particularly useful for a class might be the best practice vides produced by Aboriginal Affairs and Northern Development Canada (AANDC). We’ve listed them in a variety of categories, but you can browse the entire collection at their YouTube channel.

Also useful will be articles from the Journal of Aboriginal Economic Development, some of which can be found online while others may be in your university library.

So look through our list of resources and if you’d like to suggest one for inclusion, fill out the form.

And have a great term!