Using Computers to preserve Aboriginal culture

An innovative project here in Northern BC is the generation of a computer database full of stories, culture, language, interviews, songs, photographs, and many other pieces of information. This project was initiated by the Tsay Keh Dene, Kwadacha and Takla First Nations, adjacent to the Lheidli T’enneh and the McLeod Lake First Nations. What began as an attempt to chronicle the geographical history of one Nation has become a larger undertaking.

These three nations formed a coalition, and contacted Prince George high-tech frim GeoSparks proprieter Will Cadell, who developed a program called Landsongs.

Check out the article in The Prince George Citizen


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