The Heritage Community Foundation (Charitable number: 87082 2541 RR001) is a charitable trust that links people with heritage through discovery and learning. Its priorities are development of online learning resources; creation of experiential learning opportunities for children and youth; and research into painful aspects of our history for public education and healing.
The World Wide Web has been chosen as the primary medium for communicating media-rich heritage content to educational users and the public. The Heritage Community Foundation develops and resources web development projects that highlight the historical, natural, cultural, scientific and technological heritage of Alberta. Both public and private sector partners are involved in online content development.
An important aspect of the Foundation's web development strategy is its web advisory council made up of heritage professionals and stakeholders. The web advisory council advises the Foundation on the development of online learning resources for the Alberta Online Encyclopedia and other media initiatives.
Web Advisory Council Members:
Cheryl Croucher, Independent Consultant
Administration and Development
Adriana Davies, PhD, Executive Director
Chace Groves from the concept of Shannon Culberson
For Aboriginal Youth Identity Phase II Edukits the Learning Team consisted of:
Research, Writing and Instructional Design
Brenda Nelson BA, B.Ed.
Technical Development, Programming and Support
Community Liaison, Research and Writing
Illowooak (Mary Frost)
Images and Content/Ideas from
The Glenbow Museum and Archives