THE CREATIVE INDIGENOUS COMPANY
Invert Media’s work is based on respect for indigenous knowledge. We believe indigenous knowledge is essential in addressing urgent matters in the world today.
We work in collaborative ways that respect cultural and community sources. It is our priority to work very closely with First Nations, Metis and Inuit communities, and to respect the cultural protocols that exist in each community.
We value insights and ideas that are rooted in Indigenous Knowledge and take great pride and care in our ability to work within and from this cultural perspective.
We are dedicated
to Indigenous knowledge,
culture, and education.
– Jennifer Wemigwans, PhD
President, Invert Media Inc.
WENDIGO (Augmented Reality):
An Augmented Reality Teaching by Dr. Gokoomis (Grandmother) Jacque Lavallee.
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What we do for you
At Invert Media, we are here to help you make your vision a reality whether it is print, digital/online, or other forms of media. We will make the project a reality and present it in a respectful, yet powerful, way.
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RECENT WEB & APP WORK
An Augmented Reality Teaching by
Dr. Gokoomis (Grandmother) Jacque Lavallee.
In this 5 minute AR teaching you will experience four short sequences that will share with you the meaning of Wendigo from Dr. Gokoomis Lavallee. Here you will learn about the ice age in Toronto and how kindness is our connection to the land, to the climate, and to each other.
A DIGITAL BUNDLE
Protecting and Promoting Indigenous Knowledge Online
An essential contribution to Internet activism and a must read for Indigenous educators, A Digital Bundle frames digital technology as an important tool for self-determination and idea sharing, ultimately contributing to Indigenous resurgence and nation building.
By defining Indigenous Knowledge online in terms of “digital bundles,” Jennifer Wemigwans elevates both cultural protocol and cultural responsibilities, grounds online projects within Indigenous philosophical paradigms, and highlights new possibilities for both the Internet and Indigenous communities.
Jennifer Wemigwans is Anishnaabekwe (Ojibwe/ Potawatomi) from Wikwemikong First Nation and President of Invert Media. She is Assistant Professor in the Department of Leadership, Higher and Adult Education at the Ontario Institute for Studies in Education of the University of Toronto.