The CRIG Seminar of 2023 was a trilogy of virtual events on the theme of Libraries and Social Change.
The CRIG Seminar of 2023 is scheduled for early October with three webinars and workshops coming your way on Libraries and Social Change.
The CAVAL Research and Information Group arranges various activities each year for staff of CAVAL's member libraries.
Stay tuned for upcoming activities in 2024.
Find programs and content from past activities here.
Indigenous Referencing Guidance for Indigenous Knowledges
This resource was created by the Indigenous Archives Collective (IAC), through funding by CAVAL and support by CACIK, as referencing guidance for undergraduate students, and liaison librarians supporting these students, when citing Indigenous knowledges in academic writing in a Victorian context.
The CAVAL Acknowledging Cultural Authority and Indigenous Knowledges in referencing working group (CACIK) was formed in early 2020. Since then, the group has worked collaboratively with Indigenous and settler colleagues from the GLAM sector to create a CAVAL member-wide living guiding principles document to be used when referencing Indigenous knowledges within Victoria. Find out about the project below or visit the guide Indigenous Referencing Guidance for Indigenous Knowledges.