Whaanga, H., Keegan, T. T. A. G., & Apperley, M. (Eds.). (2017). He Whare Hangarau Māori Language, culture & technology. Te Whare Wānanga o Waikato / University of Waikato, Kirikiriroa/Hamilton, New Zealand: Te Pua Wānanga ki te Ao / Faculty of Māori and Indigenous Studies.
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As editors we had the idea of creating a volume of this type for some time before it became a reality. Its scope is both academic and practical. Its academic relevance contributes to on-going academic discussions and debates on relevant topics in information communication technology (ICT), and its practical relevance links to the many challenges faced by iwi, institutes, societies and communities involved in ICT initiatives on a local and global scale. The primary purpose is to collate and bring together the vast experiences of an eclectic group of innovators, scholars, industry and technology leaders who share a passion for ICT. Representing a wide range of disciplines and personal experiences, this collection of chapters provide valuable insights into the wide range of ICT initiatives, including etools, emedia and elearning, which have been used extensively across Aotearoa to support the goals and aspirations of Māori, their communities and organisations for language, cultural, social and economic sustainability. In the spirit of using new technology, we have made this publication available free on-line so that individuals, hapū, iwi, institutes, societies and communities involved in ICT initiatives can gain access to the many insights contained within these pages.
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