Northwest Archivists 2018

Northwest Archivists 2018

The Mukurtu team will hold a half hands-on, workshop on Mukurtu CMS site building at the Northwest Archivists Annual Conference in Warm Springs, April 25th, 2018.

Accounts created for workshops will retain group membership, but will have other privileges removed (community and protocol management, digital heritage item creation). For extended access after attending a workshop, please contact support@mukurtu.org

Introduction to Mukurtu Content Management System (CMS): Providing Digital Access to Cultural Collections

Mukurtu CMS is a free content management system that allows communities to preserve, share, manage, license and curate their digital heritage and stories using their own cultural protocols, languages, and social values. In this SHN sponsored workshop, participants will be shown demonstrations and examples of all Mukurtu’s core features and tools including a dictionary and mobile application, as well as examples of Mukurtu in use in communities and institutions, emphasizing preservation strategies, cultural protocols and the use of Traditional Knowledge (TK) Labels. Participants will take part in basic planning, description, and content creation activities. This workshop will be a half-day session, and is sponsored by the Sustainable Heritage Network.

Recent DH Items
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Northwest Archivists 2018
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Artistry and Artifacts, Lifeways
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Warm Springs basket
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Artistry and Artifacts
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Community: 
Northwest Archivists 2018
Category: 
Architecture, Land Use, Places, Religion
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This was the first sqhelilkwh (log building) that was built after the move from Catado. It was built to be a temporary building until they built the church in the present day location of DeSmet.
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Community: 
Northwest Archivists 2018
Category: 
Architecture, Land Use, Places, Religion
Summary: 
This was the first sqhelilkwh (log building) that was built after the move from Catado. It was built to be a temporary building until they built the church in the present day location of DeSmet.

Members

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