The Creation of Stage One of a Digital Repository/Archive for Wapusk National Park and Populated with Materials from the La Perouse Bay years
Funding Source: Parks Canada, via Churchill Northern Studies Centre
Lead Investigator: Dawn Bazely
The Churchill Community of Knowledge is an online resource of data and media about the Town of Churchill, its people, Wapusk National Park, and the extensive research supported by the Churchill Northern Studies Centre. This Digital Archive is hosted by the Yorkspace Institutional Repository, York University, Toronto. The first collection in the project celebrates the life and work of Professor Bob Jefferies, who carried out field research in ecology in and near Churchill, for 30 years.
How to submit an item: Undigitized items (lke your old Kodachrome slides) can be sent to Ms. Netta Untershats and her team for digitizing.
We will send you a receipt for the items, and send them back to you after they are digitized. Please include any information about the item - in the case of photos, what, where, when and who? And, please remember to confirm in writing in an email or letter, that you are the owner of the image.
QUESTIONS? For items related to Bob Jefferies and other La Pérouse Bay research and to send digitized items, please contact:
Dawn Bazely: firstname.lastname@example.org
Netta Untershats: email@example.com
For items relating to the broader Churchill community: Mike Goodyear and Leeann Fishback of the Churchill Northern Studies Centre, can advise you about items that do not directly relate to Prof. Jefferies’ life and research, but which do relate to the broader Churchill community, including the Studies Centre.