Lu’gwejg – Strengthening Indigenous Student Access Pathway throught global mobility

The Lu’gwejg project strengthened the Indigenous Students Access Pathway (ISAP) program through student-centered design, indigenous knowledge sharing, integration of global education curricula and exploration of ways to increase diversity of destination countries through responsive and strategic international partner selection. It tested innovative approaches in developing the first Mobility Access Pathway (MAP) component of Collaborative Online International Learning (COIL) within diploma courses using wholistic ‘four directions’ design reflecting Mi’kmaw cultural tradition: 1st Direction – Stakeholder Mobilization & Student Empowerment (Emotional); 2nd Direction – Communications, Marketing & Recruitment (Physical); 3rd Direction – Mobility Programming (Spiritual); 4th Direction – Knowledge Transfer (Mental).

Latest Publications


Global Horizons #8 – Kicking off 2024

Our social media blitz, two op-eds, the launch of our Alumni Hub and much, much more.

Sending more students abroad will help Canada navigate a changing world

A more unpredictable world presents Canada with serious challenges, but also new opportunities.

Japanese monitoring trip