Acting Across Boundaries in Aboriginal Curriculum Development: Examples from Northern British Columbia. By Jim McDonald, with Mike Evans and Deanna Nyce. Revised text submitted to "Cross-roads in Aboriginal Curriculum Development: Examples from Northern British Columbia." Canadian Journal of Native Education 23:2:190-205. Journal of Native Education, 1999.

with R. Lazenby, "Community-based Curriculum Development: The Archaeology
Field School as Case Study."
Submitted to K. Carlson (ed) Anthropology of
the Northern Cordillera.

1999 with D. Nyce, "Adapting the northern University to Indigenous needs: The experience of a northern university". Conference of the Circumpolar University Association in Aberdeen.


1999 with R. Lazenby, "Community-based Curriculum Development: The Archaeology Field School as Case Study." In Session: Papers to Honour the Memory of Arne Carlson & Lesley Mitchell Carlson: Anthropology of the Northern Cordillera, Canadian Archaeological Association, 32nd Annual Conference. Whitehorse, Yukon.


1998 with Mike Evans and Deanna Nyce. Cross-roads in Aboriginal Curriculum Development: Examples from Northern British Columbia. Crossroads in Culture, Second International Conference. "Session 1. Constructing Indigenity: Re-instating identities". Abstracts. Tampere, Finland. Pages 70-7.