Case study

Recording Indigenous knowledge of bush tucker and medicine on the Arnhem Plateau

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A partnership between ANU staff and nawarddeken (Stone country people) of the Warddeken IPA was established in 2008 to record Indigenous knowledge of bush tucker and medicine. On Country trips with old and young people have taken palce to facilitate intergenerational transfer of knowledge and use technologies to record and edit information into usable forms. Community members were active participants, telling stories, directing, recording, editing and publishing information for community and broader use.

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