The Ngaut Ngaut Interpretive Project: Providing Culturally Sustainable Online Interpretive Content to the Public: IPinCH Case Study: Final Report

Amy Roberts, Isobelle Campbell

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    Abstract

    Many Indigenous groups around the world are struggling to come to terms with the issues an online environment poses to the presentation of the Indigenous past and cultural present. This IPinCH case study aimed to address the issue of a lack of culturally sustainable1interpretive content online through a community-based approach to the production of interpretive materials. As such, the content produced by our project incorporated approved expressions of community perceptions of tangible and intangible aspects and values of a significant cultural landscape. This case study, which was jointly undertaken by the Mannum Aboriginal Community Association Inc. (MACAI) and Dr. Amy Roberts, focused on the interpretation of the Ngaut Ngaut heritage complex in South Australia.
    Original languageEnglish
    Place of PublicationVancouver
    PublisherIntellectual Property Issues in Cultural Heritage (IPinCH)
    Number of pages36
    Publication statusPublished - 2014

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    Keywords

    • Ngaut Ngaut
    • Devon Downs
    • Aboriginal people
    • online environment
    • Indigenous archaeology

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