“The LE,NONET Project was developed by the University of Victoria in partnership with the Canada Millennium Scholarship Foundation, which was established with funding from the Government of Canada, to determine best practice principles and to evaluate program models in supporting the success and retention of Aboriginal students in post-secondary education. The project developed a suite of student-focused programs and one program for faculty and staff at the university, which were piloted between 2005 and 2009.” — Sarah Hunt, Chris Lalonde, and Yvonne Rondeau (2010), Supporting Aboriginal Student Success: Report of the LE,NONET Research Project (University Of Victoria: Victoria). 

The findings of this report informed many of our own practices and priorities. 

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Tags: Indigenous WIL, report, Student Success, UVic