Liberating our cultural data using Google Maps

Posted on February 23, 2013

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Stories are timeless, formats are not

In 2003, we mapped over 3,000 of the most important cultural features of our land, and in 2005 we connected them with our stories and interviews.  Integrating the transcriptions help us make decisions about the use of our land.  Now it is converted into digital format, our rich history into a custom built, secure password protected, Google maps website.  With the generous support from Small Change Fund the development of these tools has been instrumental to equip the Maiyoo Keyoh with the necessary tools to respond to referrals.

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