In order to find Indigenous Community/Indigenous Studies resources (which is referred to as Grey Literature in Health Science discourse), consider the following options. The Indigenous Studies Portal offers a variety of materials, including theses, oral histories, websites, images and reports. Another resource is the National Collaborating Centre for Indigenous Health Publications.
Additionally, consider reading through the OCAP (Ownership, Control, Access and Possession) Principles Report.
Consider using the listed method of Google Advanced searching below to access Indigenous Community Health Resources.
Combine your concepts (with AND) and synonyms (with OR) using boolean operators as applicable.
Consider searching in a variety of locations :
Track your searches! For example searched [name of website & URL] with [search query combinations] on [date] located [relevant items located/ searched not relevant/ results may be of interest]
1. Combine keywords with boolean
2. Use quotation marks ( " " ) to search for phrases
3. Search a specific website rather than the entire Internet using site:
4. Search for terms in location on webpage (intitle:)
5. Search for particular types of documents (filetype:)
"Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women" (site:http://www.nwac.ca OR site:http://www.nwrct.ca/) filetype:pdf
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