Indigitization is a collaborative initiative between BC Indigenous groups and academic partners from the University of British Columbia and the University of Northern British Columbia to facilitate capacity building in Indigenous information management.

This continuing program is committed to clarifying processes and identifying issues in the conservation, digitization, and management of Indigenous community knowledge.

The Indigitization Program provides resources through the Indigitization toolkit, enables community-led digitization projects through training workshops, identifies funding opportunities, and advocates for ongoing funding directly to Aboriginal partners for sustained cultural heritage management.

In addition, the Program seeks to grow and work with a network of practitioners around the globe to develop effective practices for the management of digital heritage by individual communities.