INCA 283 History of Aboriginal Media in Canada

Indian Communication Arts (INCA)

Welcome to INCA 283

INCA 283 is a course designed to introduce you to Aboriginal media in Canada, using a variety of research methods: Internet and library research, content analysis, surveys and in-depth interviews. Through this course you will “meet” key figures in the history of Aboriginal media in Canada as well as individuals who are currently shaping the Aboriginal media in Canada and around the world.

INCA 283 is offered by the Indian Communication Arts (INCA) program

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