Code of Ethics
- OCAP - First Nations control data collection processes (ownership, control, access, and possession) in their communities as well as how their information is used. Visit the web page of the First Nations Information Governance Centre (FNIGC) to learn more. The University of British Columbia has an excellent guide to Indigenous Research Methodology: Research Ethics.
- TCPS 2 - Chapter 9 - guide to research Involving the First Nations, Inuit and Métis Peoples of Canada from the Panel on Research Ethics.
USAI Research Framework - developed by the Ontario Federation of Indian Friendship Centres (OFIFC) - a guide to all Aboriginal research projects conducted by the OFIFC and the urban Aboriginal communities, in which the OFIFC is involved.
Use reference materials for background information for your topic, or to find good keywords to use when searching databases. These are dictionaries, encyclopedias, guides, bibliographies, indexes and abstracts.
To find reference materials in the catalogue, perform a KEYWORD search
for example: public administration and dictionaries
- Sage Encyclopedia of Social Science Research Methods(3 vols.)
- Handbook of public policy evaluation edited by Stuart S. Nagel
- Encyclopedia of evaluation edited by Sandra Mathison
- Oxford Reference Online
- Dictionary of public policy and administration by Jay M. Shafritz
- Encyclopedia of government and politics edited by Mary Hawkesworth and Maurice Kogan
- International encyclopedia of the social & behavioral sciences
- International dictionary of public management and governance byGambhir Bhatta
- Encyclopedia of digital government [electronic resource] edited by Ari-Veikko Anttiroiko and Matti Mälkiä REF JF1525.A8E63 2007
- Map Room - INAC
- National Atlas of Canada - Aboriginal Peoples circa 1630, 1740 and 1823 - Ethnohistorical societies are classified into major linguistic families and mapped using graduated circles (to represent their estimated population.