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    • Demonstration of a cultural indigenous knowledge transfer prototype 

      Rodil, Kasper; Eskildsen, Søren; Rehm, Matthias (IKTC, 2011)
      We present our prototype 3D visualization that enables people to place video recordings of their traditional knowledge. We demonstrate the process of developing and evaluating the prototype. We show how our prototype might ...
    • Developing a visualized cultural knowledge transfer prototype: An in situ evaluation in Rural Namibia 

      Rodil, Kasper; Eskildsen, Søren; Rehm, Matthias (IKTC, 2011)
      Youth in Sub-Saharan Africa suffers from a loss of valuable cultural knowledge, which has been a foundation for the coming generations’ survival and cultural self-awareness. By transferring cultural knowledge contexts ...
    • Endangered indigenous languages of Namibia. 

      Krishnamurthy, Sarala; /Nanub, David (IKTC, 2011)
      In this paper, we examine the use of indigenous languages for transference of not just knowledge, but also culture and the relation between context and peculiar nature of indigenous, traditional and local knowledge itself. ...
    • IPR for IK and the survival of IK in the emerging global village. 

      Muyingi, Hippolyte N. (IKTC, 2011)
      This panel discusses the intellectual property rights of indigenous and traditional knowledge (IK) as currently billed by relevant international bodies and organisations. We focus on their relevance to communities in ...
    • A markup language for narrative knowledge annotation, mining and management. 

      Fendler, Jens (IKTC, 2011)
      Narrative knowledge as the name implies, is not naturally bound to any media other than speech. In order to preserve such knowledge and to make it accessible through computer systems: a formal and standardized basis needs ...
    • Welcome to the first Indigenous Knowledge Technology Conference 

      Winschiers-Theophilus, Heike (IKTC, 2011)
      I have great pleasure in welcoming you to the first Indigenous Knowledge Technology Conference (IKTC2011) in Windhoek, Namibia. It is so exciting to see the realization of, what was, just a vague idea borne from the desire ...