The Atatittiniq Project sought to build knowledge about the links between language acquisition and literacy development in order to create a solid base for program and policy development.
The Miqqut Project is testing the idea of embedding literacy development in non-formal cultural programs, in this case sewing. Such programs are regularly offered in many Nunavut communities yet little is known of their impact and best means of execution.
The purpose of this Ilitaqsiniq-NLC research project is to make the impacts of non-formal cultural learning programs in Nunavut visible to learners, communities, and policy makers.
The purpose of this community-based research project was to create space for dialogue about northern indigenous men’s experiences with learning and work.
The goal of this project is test models of workplace education that are well adapted to the unique Nunavut environment. We hope to provide employers with learning resources that are sensitive to the Nunavut labour market and workers with an opportunity to update and build skills.