The Resource The keepers of knowledge : proceedings 4th International Indigenous Librarians' Forum : Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada : September 13-17 2005

The keepers of knowledge : proceedings 4th International Indigenous Librarians' Forum : Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada : September 13-17 2005

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The keepers of knowledge : proceedings 4th International Indigenous Librarians' Forum : Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada : September 13-17 2005
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The keepers of knowledge
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proceedings 4th International Indigenous Librarians' Forum : Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada : September 13-17 2005
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  • 4th International Indigenous Librarians' Forum
  • 4th IILF proceedings
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The keepers of knowledge : proceedings
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eng
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AIAS
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illustrations
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no index present
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non fiction
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2005
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International Indigenous Librarians' Forum
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1969-
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  • Duncan, Vicky
  • Vandale, Carole
  • Librarian Services for Saskatchewan Aboriginal People's Committee
  • AIATSIS Library Digitisation Program
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  • Indigenous peoples
  • Libraries and minorities
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The keepers of knowledge : proceedings 4th International Indigenous Librarians' Forum : Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada : September 13-17 2005
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Publication
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  • CD-ROM contains pdf version of document
  • CD ROM title: 4th IILF proceedings
  • CD ROM produced by AIATSIS Library Digitisation Programme
  • Editors: Vicky Duncan & Carol Vandale
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computer disc
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rdacarrier
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  • computer program
  • still image
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Contents
Day one: East: Learning as transformation: a holistic model of education based on Indigenous cultural philosophy -- Saskatchewan public libraries initiatives -- Our way forward: developing public library service in First Nation communities in Ontario, Canada -- Montana's Tribal College libraries: meeting the academix, cultural and public library needs of their communities -- Striving to be the best source for native educational resources -- Creating a circle of Aboriginal heritage & knowledge -- Cree narratives of place -- Day two : South -- A journey into archiving and librarianship -- Tackling difficult topics -- Locating quality Aboriginal health information on the Internet for native north American populations -- Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander protocols for libraries, archives and information services: Australian perspectives -- Broadening horizons - building relationships with the St'at'imc people -- Day three: west: Honoring generations: progress made in developing the next generation of native librarians -- Precious fragments: First Nations materials in archives, libraries and museums -- Day four: north: The knowledge keepers - archives, museums & libraries -- Discovering Indigenous treasures within the State Library NSW -- Library services at an Indigenous tertiary institution -- Indigenous initiatives at the Universiry of Waikato Library
Dimensions
  • 30 cm.
  • 12 cm.
Extent
  • viii, 224 pages
  • 1 computer optical disc (CD-ROM)
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computer
Media MARC source
rdacontent
Other physical details
  • colour illustrations, colour portraits
  • colour
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System requirements: Computer with CD ROM drive ; Adobe PDF reader
Label
The keepers of knowledge : proceedings 4th International Indigenous Librarians' Forum : Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada : September 13-17 2005
Publication
Note
  • CD-ROM contains pdf version of document
  • CD ROM title: 4th IILF proceedings
  • CD ROM produced by AIATSIS Library Digitisation Programme
  • Editors: Vicky Duncan & Carol Vandale
Carrier category
computer disc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
  • computer program
  • still image
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
Day one: East: Learning as transformation: a holistic model of education based on Indigenous cultural philosophy -- Saskatchewan public libraries initiatives -- Our way forward: developing public library service in First Nation communities in Ontario, Canada -- Montana's Tribal College libraries: meeting the academix, cultural and public library needs of their communities -- Striving to be the best source for native educational resources -- Creating a circle of Aboriginal heritage & knowledge -- Cree narratives of place -- Day two : South -- A journey into archiving and librarianship -- Tackling difficult topics -- Locating quality Aboriginal health information on the Internet for native north American populations -- Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander protocols for libraries, archives and information services: Australian perspectives -- Broadening horizons - building relationships with the St'at'imc people -- Day three: west: Honoring generations: progress made in developing the next generation of native librarians -- Precious fragments: First Nations materials in archives, libraries and museums -- Day four: north: The knowledge keepers - archives, museums & libraries -- Discovering Indigenous treasures within the State Library NSW -- Library services at an Indigenous tertiary institution -- Indigenous initiatives at the Universiry of Waikato Library
Dimensions
  • 30 cm.
  • 12 cm.
Extent
  • viii, 224 pages
  • 1 computer optical disc (CD-ROM)
Media category
computer
Media MARC source
rdacontent
Other physical details
  • colour illustrations, colour portraits
  • colour
System details
System requirements: Computer with CD ROM drive ; Adobe PDF reader

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