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  • 1. The Indigenous Education Network at the Ontario Institute for Studies in EducationThe Indigenous Education Network (IEN) at the Ontario Institute for Studies in Education(OISE) is pleased to announce a Graphic Design Contest for First Nations, Inuit and Métis artiststitled “Strengthening our People and our Communities Through Education.”Contest Rules All entries must be submitted via the submission form and be received by 5:00 p.m. EST Friday, November 25, 2011. A copy of the submission form is available at Only electronic submissions will be accepted. All fields on the submission form must be completed in order for the entry to be accepted. The design must be horizontal in shape so that it can be reduced to the size of an OISE home page banner measuring 108px (height) x 900px (width). A high-resolution JPEG image should be submitted electronically. Only one entry per person. Only submissions from First Nations (status and non-status), Inuit, Métis and self- identified Aboriginal individuals will be judged. The Winner will be announced on Monday, December 5, 2011. The Winner will receive a cash prize of $1,000.00.About Indigenous Education at OISEOISE is a leader in Aboriginal education and among the first Canadian faculties of education toprioritize Indigenous values and educational research following the signing of the Accord onIndigenous Education by the Association of Canadian Deans of Education (ACDE) in June 2010.The accord was developed to create a respectful and inclusive education curriculum that reflectsthe needs of Aboriginal people.Since 1989, Aboriginal students at OISE have helped to promote a vision for a strongerindigenous presence in post-secondary education. At OISE, many graduate courses create spacesfor integrating Aboriginal and Indigenous knowledges, and OISE’s teacher educationprogram has developed Aboriginal content in all core areas of learning so that OISE teachercandidates can be better prepared to teach Aboriginal learners and to include Aboriginal worldviews in their future classrooms.About the IENThe IEN provides an Indigenous presence at OISE and seeks to establish a forum for ongoingand dynamic discussion, action and change. To achieve our vision the IEN supports students andtheir study interests in Indigenous education; advances education research on Indigenous issues;actively encourages the development of Indigenous curricula; and, collaborates with campus andcommunity groups to strengthen our initiatives.
  • 2. Submissions to be sent to the attention of: Mr. Steven Vanloffeld Indigenous Education Network OISE - University of Toronto 252 Bloor Street West, 7th Floor, Room 7-191 Toronto, ON M5S 1V6 Phone: (416) 978-0732 Email: Steven.Vanloffeld@utoronto.caSubmissions will not be returned. Please refer to our Web site for more information regarding theIndigenous Education Network at
  • 3. The Indigenous Education Network at the Ontario Institute for Studies in EducationGraphic Design Contest:Submission Form:Name: ________________________________________________________________________First Nation, Inuit or Métis: _______________________________________________________Address: ______________________________________________________________________Telephone: ____________________________________________________________________Email: ________________________________________________________________________Web site: _____________________________________________________________________Description of Design Submission:“I certify that I am the author of the material I am submitting to the Indigenous EducationNetwork. The Indigenous Education Network may reproduce, distribute, publish, display, edit,modify, create derivative works and otherwise use the material for any purpose in any form andall media.”________________________________________ ___________________________________Signature: Date: