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Indigenous Ecological Knowledge - BNR 225 - Bruland

Research Strategy

  1. Start by finding your indigenous group's website if they have one.
  2. Use background resources like directories, NGO websites, encyclopedias to find locations, history, beliefs and religion information.
  3. Use books to find additional information.
  4. Use journal articles to find additional information through EbscoHost, JSTOR, and Google Scholar.
  5. Make sure you follow up on all bibliographies listed to find other sources!

Background Resources

Background Encyclopedias/Books