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Information technology and Indigenous people, Laurel Evelyn Dyson, Max Hendriks, Stephen Grant [editors]

Label
Information technology and Indigenous people
Title
Information technology and Indigenous people
Statement of responsibility
Laurel Evelyn Dyson, Max Hendriks, Stephen Grant [editors]
Contributor
Editor
Subject
Genre
Language
eng
Summary
Annotation pending
Cataloging source
DLC
Dewey number
303.48/33
Illustrations
illustrations
Index
index present
LC call number
GN380
LC item number
.I58 2007
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorDate
  • 1952-
  • 1965-
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorName
  • Dyson, Laurel Evelyn
  • Hendriks, Max A. N.
  • Grant, Stephen
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • Indigenous peoples
  • Information technology
  • Information technology projects
  • Internet
  • Knowledge management
Label
Information technology and Indigenous people, Laurel Evelyn Dyson, Max Hendriks, Stephen Grant [editors]
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Contents
Indigenous people and information technology: issues and perspectives Ch. 1: Portals and Potlatch / Carol Leclair et al -- Ch. 2: Indigenous peoples and the cultural construction of Information and Communication Technology (ICT) in Latin America / Juan Francisco Salazar -- Ch. 3: Indigenous knowledges and worldview: representations and the Internet / Judy Iseke-Barnes; Deborah Danard -- Ch. 4: Kaitiakitanga and health informatics: introducing useful Indigenous concepts of governance in the health sector / Robyn Kamira -- Case study 1: ICTs for intercultural dialogue (IACT4ID) / Victor Giner Minana -- Case study 2: ICT and the Orang Asli in Malaysia / Pauline Hui Ying Ooi -- Case study 3: My life with computers on a remote island / Bethalia Gaidan -- Case study 4: How computers came into my life / Margaret Mau -- Section 2: Ch. 5: Developing culturally inclusive educational multimedia in the South Pacific / Christopher Robbins -- Ch. 6: Learning to Internet bank; Ch. 7: Can information communication technological tools be used to suit Aboriginal learning pedagogies? / Michael Donovan -- Ch. 8: Instructional design and technology implications for Indigenous knowledge: Africa's introspective / Wanjira Kinuthia -- Case study 5: Computer technology and native literacy in the Amazon rain forest / Gale Goodwin Gomez -- Case study 6: Toi whakoranga: Maori and learning technology / Terry Neal et al. -- Case study 7 Multimedia curriculum development based on the oral tradition / Ella Inglebret et al. -- Case study 8: The Indigenous pre-IT program / Stephen Grant, Max Hendriks; Laurel Evelyn Dyson -- Case study 9: Problem-based online learning and Indigenous tertiary education: reflections on implementation / Rosemary Foster, Michael Meehan -- Case study 10: Student technology projects in a remote First Nations Village / Tish Scott -- Case study 11: Draw-talk-write: experiences and learning with Indigenous Australians that are driving the evolution of word recognition technology / Russell Gluck, John Fulcher -- Section 3: Cultural preservation and revitalisation: Ch. 9: Ara Irititja: towards culturally appropriate IT best practice in remote Indigenous Australia / Martin Hughes, John Dallwitz -- Ch. 10: Digital songlines: digitising the arts, culture and heritage landscape of Aboriginal Australia / Brett Leavy -- Case study 112: The use of information and communication technology for the preservation of Aboriginal culture: the Badimaya people of Western Australia / Katina Michael, Leone Dunn -- Indigenous language usage in a bilingual interface: transaction log analysis of the Niupepa web site / Te Kaka Keegan, Sally Jo Cunningham, Mark Apperley -- Case study 13: Language, identity, and community control: The Tagish First Voices Project / Kate Hennessy, Patrick J. Moore -- Case study 14: Towards an Indigenous language knowledge base: tools and techniques from the Arwarbukarl Community: Daryn McKenny, Baden Hughes, Alex Arposio; Case study 15: Ndjebbana talking books: a technological transformation to fit Kunibdiji social practice / Glenn Auld; Case study 16: A talking dictionary of Paakantyi / David Nathan ; Case study 17: Building the Dena'ina language Alaska Archive / Gary Holton, Andrea Berez, Sadie Williams -- Section 4: Applications transforming communities: Ch. 12: Ethnocomputing with native American design / Ron Eglash -- Ch. 13: Cut from the same cloth: The United States Bureau of Indian Affairs, geographic information systems and cultural assimilation / Mark H. Palmer -- Ch. 14: Representations of tribal boundaries of Australian Indigenous peoples and the implications for geographic information systems / Andrew Turk -- Ch. 15: E-community-based tourism for Asia's Indigenous people / Roger W. Harris, Doug Vogel, Lars H. Bestle -- Case study 18: Computerised tests of brain function for use with Indigenous people / Sheree Cairney, Paul Maruff -- Case study 19: Alliance Project: digital kinship database and genealogy / Shigenobu
Control code
000040307758
Dimensions
26 cm.
Extent
xxii, 346 p.
Isbn
9781599042992
Lccn
2006015055
Other physical details
ill.
Label
Information technology and Indigenous people, Laurel Evelyn Dyson, Max Hendriks, Stephen Grant [editors]
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Contents
Indigenous people and information technology: issues and perspectives Ch. 1: Portals and Potlatch / Carol Leclair et al -- Ch. 2: Indigenous peoples and the cultural construction of Information and Communication Technology (ICT) in Latin America / Juan Francisco Salazar -- Ch. 3: Indigenous knowledges and worldview: representations and the Internet / Judy Iseke-Barnes; Deborah Danard -- Ch. 4: Kaitiakitanga and health informatics: introducing useful Indigenous concepts of governance in the health sector / Robyn Kamira -- Case study 1: ICTs for intercultural dialogue (IACT4ID) / Victor Giner Minana -- Case study 2: ICT and the Orang Asli in Malaysia / Pauline Hui Ying Ooi -- Case study 3: My life with computers on a remote island / Bethalia Gaidan -- Case study 4: How computers came into my life / Margaret Mau -- Section 2: Ch. 5: Developing culturally inclusive educational multimedia in the South Pacific / Christopher Robbins -- Ch. 6: Learning to Internet bank; Ch. 7: Can information communication technological tools be used to suit Aboriginal learning pedagogies? / Michael Donovan -- Ch. 8: Instructional design and technology implications for Indigenous knowledge: Africa's introspective / Wanjira Kinuthia -- Case study 5: Computer technology and native literacy in the Amazon rain forest / Gale Goodwin Gomez -- Case study 6: Toi whakoranga: Maori and learning technology / Terry Neal et al. -- Case study 7 Multimedia curriculum development based on the oral tradition / Ella Inglebret et al. -- Case study 8: The Indigenous pre-IT program / Stephen Grant, Max Hendriks; Laurel Evelyn Dyson -- Case study 9: Problem-based online learning and Indigenous tertiary education: reflections on implementation / Rosemary Foster, Michael Meehan -- Case study 10: Student technology projects in a remote First Nations Village / Tish Scott -- Case study 11: Draw-talk-write: experiences and learning with Indigenous Australians that are driving the evolution of word recognition technology / Russell Gluck, John Fulcher -- Section 3: Cultural preservation and revitalisation: Ch. 9: Ara Irititja: towards culturally appropriate IT best practice in remote Indigenous Australia / Martin Hughes, John Dallwitz -- Ch. 10: Digital songlines: digitising the arts, culture and heritage landscape of Aboriginal Australia / Brett Leavy -- Case study 112: The use of information and communication technology for the preservation of Aboriginal culture: the Badimaya people of Western Australia / Katina Michael, Leone Dunn -- Indigenous language usage in a bilingual interface: transaction log analysis of the Niupepa web site / Te Kaka Keegan, Sally Jo Cunningham, Mark Apperley -- Case study 13: Language, identity, and community control: The Tagish First Voices Project / Kate Hennessy, Patrick J. Moore -- Case study 14: Towards an Indigenous language knowledge base: tools and techniques from the Arwarbukarl Community: Daryn McKenny, Baden Hughes, Alex Arposio; Case study 15: Ndjebbana talking books: a technological transformation to fit Kunibdiji social practice / Glenn Auld; Case study 16: A talking dictionary of Paakantyi / David Nathan ; Case study 17: Building the Dena'ina language Alaska Archive / Gary Holton, Andrea Berez, Sadie Williams -- Section 4: Applications transforming communities: Ch. 12: Ethnocomputing with native American design / Ron Eglash -- Ch. 13: Cut from the same cloth: The United States Bureau of Indian Affairs, geographic information systems and cultural assimilation / Mark H. Palmer -- Ch. 14: Representations of tribal boundaries of Australian Indigenous peoples and the implications for geographic information systems / Andrew Turk -- Ch. 15: E-community-based tourism for Asia's Indigenous people / Roger W. Harris, Doug Vogel, Lars H. Bestle -- Case study 18: Computerised tests of brain function for use with Indigenous people / Sheree Cairney, Paul Maruff -- Case study 19: Alliance Project: digital kinship database and genealogy / Shigenobu
Control code
000040307758
Dimensions
26 cm.
Extent
xxii, 346 p.
Isbn
9781599042992
Lccn
2006015055
Other physical details
ill.

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