Kinasevych (2017). Culture in the Balance: Risks and Rewards of Technology in Indigenous Language Learning.

Kinasevych, O. (2017, May). Culture in the Balance: Risks and Rewards of Technology in Indigenous Language Learning. Presented at the Congress of the Humanities and Social Sciences 2017 & 2017 Conference of the Canadian Society for the Study of Education (CSSE), Toronto.

 

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 Illustration credits

  • Ace, B. (2017). trinity suite: Bandolier for Niibwa Ndanwendaagan (My Relatives); Bandolier for Manidoo-minising (Manitoulin Island); Bandolier for Charlie (In Memoriam) [Mixed media].
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  • Downtown Winnipeg BIZ, & Aboriginal Peoples’ Advisory Committee. (2016). Indigenous Languages Welcome Decal [Signage]. Retrieved from http://www.downtownwinnipegbiz.com/programs-services/image/streetscaping/
  • Eastman Kodak Company. (1954, April). Classroom film scene, from Kodak Pageant projector advertisement. Educational Screen, 33(4), 135.
  • Freedman, H. (1982). The Legend of Fire [Mosaic].
  • Magritte, R. (1928). The Treachery of Images [Oil on canvas].
  • Manitoba First Nations Education Resource Centre Inc. (2015). Traditional First Nation Community Names. Retrieved June 1, 2017, from http://mfnerc.org/community-map
  • Ogoki Learning Systems Inc. (2017). We Make Some Real Educational Apps! [Screen capture]. Retrieved from http://www.ogokilearning.com/
  • Relics & Rarities. (2017). Dukane Micromatic II [Photograph]. Retrieved from http://www.relics-rarities.com/antique/micromatic-ii-dukane/
CORRECTION: Data for the map in slide 4 is from Manitoba First Nations Education Resource Centre Inc. (2015).
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