Browsing by Author "Keegan, Te Taka Adrian Gregory"

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  • Breaking the browsing barrier for historic search of newspaper texts

    Keegan, Te Taka Adrian Gregory (2001)
    Traditionally, to find information in a newspaper collection it has been necessary to painstakingly browse through the individual issues hoping that relevant words will catch your eye. Researchers of New Zealand’s encounter ...
  • Cyber security vulnerabilities in Tonga

    Laulaupea'alu, Siuta; Keegan, Te Taka Adrian Gregory (2019)
    A research project undertaken in Tonga in 2016 showed that Tonga's computer systems are susceptible and can be easily exploited by cybercriminals. This paper builds on that research by identifying areas of vulnerability ...
  • Delivering the Maori-language newspapers on the Internet

    Apperley, Mark; Keegan, Te Taka Adrian Gregory; Cunningham, Sally Jo; Witten, Ian H. (Auckland University Press, Auckland, New Zealand, 2002)
    Although any collection of historical newspapers provides a particularly rich and valuable record of events and social and political commentary, the content tends to be difficult to access and extremely time-consuming to ...
  • Digital libraries and minority languages

    Nichols, David M.; Witten, Ian H.; Keegan, Te Taka Adrian Gregory; Bainbridge, David; Dewsnip, Michael (Taylor & Francis, 2005)
    Digital libraries have a pivotal role to play in the preservation and maintenance of international cultures in general and minority languages in particular. This paper outlines a software tool for building digital libraries ...
  • Hangarau me te Māori: Māori and technology

    Keegan, Te Taka Adrian Gregory; Sciascia, Acushla Dee (Auckland University Press, 2018)
    A sign of a vibrant, healthy developing nation is the adaptation and uptake of new technologies. Māori have a long, but mostly unrecognised, history of ingenious innovation and adaption of new technologies. This chapter ...

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