- This is the recording of York University Libraries Open Access Week 2020 panel discussion entitled, "Perspectives on Openness: Honouring Indigenous Ways of Knowing", moderated by Stacy Allison-Cassin, in conversation with Alan Ojiig Corbiere, Deborah McGregor, and Sean Hillier, that took place online on October 20, 2020. The 2020 theme for Open Access Week is Open With Purpose: Taking Action to Build Structural Equity and Inclusion. The basis of the discussion for this panel is the question, "In an era of open scholarship and research, how do we as a research community navigate and balance openness while respecting Indigenous knowledge and cultural expression?". This panel discussion offers the opportunity to encourage broader participation in conversations and actions around emerging scholarly communication issues, by centering on Indigenous approaches to open scholarship and research. Contents Greetings and Land Acknowledgement [00:00:09] Introductory Remarks [00:01:54] Remarks from Joy Kirchner - Dean of Libraries [00:06:13] Moderator Introduction [00:11:20] Panel Introduction & Discussion [00:12:30] Questions and Answers [01:17:14] Closing Remarks [01:20:32], The recording of this panel discussion was funded by the Indigeneity in Teaching and Learning Fund.