October 16th, 2013 | Historical Thinking Experiences for Community College Students | Molly Uline-Olmstead
Ms. Uline-Olmstead presents strategies for introducing primary sources and Historical Thinking Strategies into the community college classroom and the types of primary sources that are available on the topic of Native American History. This webinar also gives an overview of digital collections available to researchers on Native Americans in the Midwest.
January 27th, 2014 | The Importance of Working with Federally Recognized Tribes | Sharon Dean
This webinar focuses on the delicate balance of listening to all stakeholders, but only working with federally recognized tribes on issues related to tribal histories, culture and NAGPRA.
July 8th, 2014 | The History of Stomp Dance | Chief Glenna J. Wallace and Brett Barnes of the Eastern Shawnee Tribe of Oklahoma
This webinar presents the tradition of Stomp and Social Dances in Eastern Woodlands Tribes and the role they play in communities today.
October 15th, 2014 | American Indian Literature | Dr. Michael Wilson, University of Wisconsin- Milwaukee
This webinar presents American Indian literature and the representation of American Indians in literary works.
March 18th, 2015 | Native Activism | Dr. Daniel Rivers, The Ohio State University
Dr. Rivers discusses American Indian activism movements throughout the 20th century and how they have contributed to contemporary tribal identity.
July 8th, 2015 | Preserving Traditions | George Ironstrack, Assistant Director & Program Director of Education & Outreach- Myaamia Center of Miami University
George Ironstrack presents his work with reviving the Myaamia language and working with a university partner on American Indian issues.