ASCCC Fall 2021 Plenary (11/5/21)

IDEA Presentation PowerPoint from November 5 2021

References and Resources – In order of inclusion in the presentation

Image Sources – Unsplash, Pixabay, Pexels

Aruna, Sanghapali, et al. Decolonizing Our Stories and Knowledges, part 1, 2018,

Case Study – “A Pain in the Foot” – from BC: BIOL 2 – Introduction to Human Biology (Grewal)

Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs (Image) – Wikimedia,

Bridgman, T., Cummings, S. & Ballard, J. (2019). Who built Maslow’s pyramid? A history of the creation of management studies’ most famous symbol and its implications for management education. Academy of Management Learning and Education, 18(1), 81-98.

Rediscovering Blackfoot Science – How First Nations Helped Develop a Keystone of Modern Psychology (2007)

Taylor, S. (March, 2019) Original Influences – How the ideals of America were shaped by Native Americans. Psychology Today.

Huston, M. (October, 2019) Indigenous Psychologies Contrast With Western Psychology – Is it time to expand psychological theories? Psychology Today. (Review of and excerpts from: Indigenous Psychologies in an Era of Decolonization, edited by Nuria Ciofalo.)

Marsella, A. J. (2013, December). All psychologies are indigenous psychologies: Reflections on psychology in a global era. Psychology International.

Science Stories brings scientific work into social spaces. Communicating scientific information in spaces where people can discover it in-context creates a jumping-off point for further exploration. For an institution with cultural heritage collections, there are many scientific resources held in libraries, archives, museums and galleries that are not yet available on the web. We provide a web application that leverages linked open data, the International Image Interoperability Framework, the Wikidata knowledge base, and semantic web technologies to demonstrate a vision of what getting scientific work products and scientific information into social spaces can do.