New Educational Resources to Support Indigenous Research Ethics

In response to the priorities of Bi-Naagwad, the Indigenous Initiatives Strategy of the University of Guelph, new learning resources have been developed in partnership with the Ontario Federation of Indigenous Friendship Centres (OFIFC) to help guide ethical engagement between researchers and Indigenous peoples, communities, and lands. Visit the Indigenous Research Ethics page here:

For more information on research ethics for the protection of human participants:

Alert Classifications
Research Management and Support

Health and Life Sciences
Information and Communications Technology
Physical Sciences and Engineering
Social Sciences