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Aboriginal Day 2013, Musqueam Mapping Project

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Greetings from Vancouver! CoDA’s Michael Ashley is absolutely thrilled to be a guest of Musqueam Indian Band in Vancouver for the annual Aboriginal Day 2013. “I’m super happy to be here because it’s such a great chance to get face to face feedback and thoughts directly from those we serve.” -Michael Read more to learn more

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XVII International Congress of IFRAO, May 26-31, 2013

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The Center for Digital Archaeology is pleased to participate in the XVII International Congress of IFRAO, May 26-31, 2013. FORUM|WORKSHOP From Digitization to Preservation: Digital Collections, Needs and Challenges. This is a two part forum/workshop that emphasizes key issues and challenges in the life cycle of digital collections from digitization and digital capture to preservation and

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First Mukurtu Online Community Gathering – December 14

We’ve been particularly busy in the last weeks with development work on Mukurtu, a community-based digital archive and content management tool. Want to learn more? Sign up for the Mukurtu mailing list and try out Mukurtu online. SIGNUP IS CLOSED FOR THIS EVENT. Initial feedback shows that the project has been gaining interest worldwide from a

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Interview with Kimberly Christen, Washington State University

Intern Erica Pallo interview Dr. Kimberly Christen, Project Director for the Mukurtu project and archival platform (, on August 30, 2011 to discuss the need for new forms of digital content management tools for indigenous communities around the world to preserve their heritage, and Mukurtu’s attempt to fill that void by creating innovative software that

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Mukurtu (MOOK-oo-too) – Project Intro

  The Mukurtu project, led by Project Director Kimberly Christen of the Washington State University, began in the remote Central Australian town of Tennant Creek with the creation of the Mukurtu Wumpurrarni-kari Archive. The project was born from the needs of the Warumungu Aboriginal community who wanted a system to archive and organize their digital

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