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Growing Existing Aboriginal Designs to Guide a Cross-Cultural Design Project [chapter]

Margot Brereton, Paul Roe, Thomas Amagula, Serena Bara, Judy Lalara, Anita Lee Hong
2013 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
attention paid to different cultural understandings about being, knowledge, participation and life beyond the design project.  ...  This paper describes a project that intends to create and grow a sustainable set of technology assisted communication practices for the Warnindilyakwa people of Groote Eylandt in the form of digital noticeboards  ...  Acknowledgements First and foremost we wish to acknowledge the ALC, linguistics, rangers and Warnindilyakwa community for supporting this project.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-642-40483-2_22 fatcat:xeoqycgnwnc43jqzqfm7snwhse

Developing Culturally Competent Data Publication Resources

Ryan Stoker, Gene Melzack, Jennifer McLean
1970 International Journal of Digital Curation  
To reflect current University and Library strategies, the team expanded the project to include a cultural competence review of each newly developed resource in order to reflect on the cultural biases that  ...  One initial goal of this project is to ensure that researchers, students and staff can support the ethical and culturally appropriate publication of data relating to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander  ...  Acknowledgements The authors would like to acknowledge those who gave their time to provide feedback on the resources mentioned in this paper including Myfany Turpin, Charlotte Moar, Duncan Loxton, Katrina  ... 
doi:10.2218/ijdc.v14i1.648 fatcat:tfco6azua5aa5gziqzop2cx5ei

Knowledge Elicitation with Aboriginal Australian communities

Cat Kutay
2021 Australasian Journal of Information Systems  
Either we are asking them to enter the culture that created the technology, that is assimilate, or we use engagement in design to change that technology to suit the culture.  ...  We present a series of product development research projects based in universities in NSW Australia, in particular user experience studies, to explain the relationship between the researchers and users  ...  Thanks for their patience to Robert Leslie, Coordinator Joint Sydney Koori Interagency Network, Gary Williams, CEO Muurrbay Aboriginal Culture and Language Cooperative, Lynette Riley, Sydney University  ... 
doi:10.3127/ajis.v25i0.2907 fatcat:jlykf2rjrnbcnbcvhwtd3dyjo4

Eleven design-based principles to facilitate the adoption of internet technologies in Indigenous communities

Michelle J. Eady
2015 International Journal of Social Media and Interactive Learning Environments  
There is a need to understand how Western culture influences the design and implementation of online projects with Indigenous communities and to avoid technological colonisation of the local community.  ...  Internationally, the internet is a critical component of many projects that aim to improve literacy and build skills in indigenous communities.  ...  Acknowledgements: The author would like to thank the literacy practitioners who gave their time and shared their experiences and expertise, the Digital Bridge Unit Department of Further Education, Employment  ... 
doi:10.1504/ijsmile.2015.074010 fatcat:3jke5lctvrb4df4yt6wemmgnha

A Relational Approach to Designing Social Technologies that Foster Use of the Kuku Yalanji Language

Jennyfer Lawrence Taylor, Wujal Wujal Aboriginal Shire Council, Alessandro Soro, Paul Roe, Margot Brereton
2019 Proceedings of the 31st Australian Conference on Human-Computer-Interaction  
Australia has a rich array of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander languages, but they face decline along with many valued aspects of culture unless they are passed down to, and used by, younger generations  ...  We outline the guiding principles of this design orientation, and illustrate how they have been taken up in the co-design of a talking soft toy called the 'Crocodile Language Friend.'  ...  ACKNOWLEDGMENTS We thank and acknowledge the Wujal Wujal community, Wujal Wujal Kuku Yalanji Language Reference Group, Wujal Wujal Aboriginal Shire Council, and Queensland University of Technology Computer-Human  ... 
doi:10.1145/3369457.3369471 dblp:conf/ozchi/TaylorCSRB19 fatcat:lz6ihibbuzgu7la6w64auj5fj4

The Kungullanji Program: Creating an Undergraduate Research Experience to Raise Aspirations of Australian Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Students in the Sciences

Jennifer Leigh Campbell, Griffith University, Sushila Chang
2021 Scholarship and Practice of Undergraduate Research  
The Kungullanji program approach is a strengths-based research training framework that recognizes existing ability outside of institutional definitions of success and adapts to student needs with multilayered  ...  The Kungullanji Summer Research Program offers research experiences for Australian Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander undergraduates while recognizing their contributions to research.  ...  The authors are grateful to the participants for stepping outside their comfort zone and providing valuable feedback on the design and future direction of this research.  ... 
doi:10.18833/spur/4/3/17 fatcat:fmsf2jfydba45pgplxkjg4onie

Situational When

Jennyfer Lawrence Taylor, Alessandro Soro, Paul Roe, Anita Lee Hong, Margot Brereton
2017 Proceedings of the 2017 CHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems - CHI '17  
We derive our reflections from a case study of a crosscultural digital noticeboard designed with an Australian Aboriginal community.  ...  We propose the concept of "Situational When", an approach to understanding time in interface design not as a point on a calendar or clock, but as a set of converging circumstances that constitute "the  ...  Thank you to the reviewers for their constructive feedback.  ... 
doi:10.1145/3025453.3025936 dblp:conf/chi/TaylorSRHB17 fatcat:vuf4qywwbbaizkxmlfp6gmfg4i

Integrating scientific and Aboriginal knowledge, practice and priorities to conserve an endangered rainforest ecosystem in the Kimberley region, northern Australia

Malcolm Lindsay, Louise Beames, Yawuru Country Managers, Nyul Nyul Rangers, Bardi Jawi Rangers
2022 Ecological Management & Restoration  
This manuscript is part of the special issue "Indigenous and cross-cultural ecologyperspectives from Australia' published in Ecological Management & Restoration.  ...  The Bardi Jawi Rangers are the Ranger team of the Bardi and Jawi Niimidiman Aboriginal Corporation (Ardyaloon, WA 6725, Australia).  ...  The project was funded by a number of sources over the years; thanks to current and long-term funding bodies: Rangelands NRM WA, the Western Australian Government NRM Program, and the National Landcare  ... 
doi:10.1111/emr.12535 fatcat:mfva6j4p4bcrrdrsn2umnqytau

Building Yolŋu Skills, Knowledge, and Priorities into Early Childhood Assessment and Support: Protocol for a Qualitative Study

Anne Lowell, Elaine Lawurrpa Maypilama, Lyn Fasoli, Rosemary Gundjarranbuy, Jenine Godwin-Thompson, Abbey Guyula, Megan Yunupiŋu, Emily Armstrong, Jane Garrutju, Rose McEldowney
2018 JMIR Research Protocols  
The study findings are guiding the development of a Web-based educational resource for staff working with Aboriginal communities and families in the field of early child development.  ...  It will be widely accessible to community members through a range of platforms (eg, mobile phones and tablets) and will provide a model for other cultural contexts.  ...  Acknowledgments We would like to thank all the participating families and other community members for generously sharing their knowledge and time in development and implementation of this project.  ... 
doi:10.2196/resprot.8722 pmid:29514777 fatcat:krzmceu4k5drpj23c7kffx5sa4

Understanding and working with different worldviews to co-design cultural security in clinical mental health settings to engage with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander clients

Michael Wright, Ashleigh Lin, Margaret O'Connell, Jonathan Bullen, Helen Flavell
2021 Primary Health Care Research and Development  
The research resulted in a co-designed culturally safe framework for non-Aboriginal practitioners, which is building confidence, capacity and competence to work in partnership with Aboriginal peoples.  ...  Methods: The paper provides key insights into an Aboriginal-led participatory action research project and the work of Aboriginal Elder co-researchers with non-Aboriginal mainstream service staff to better  ...  We extend our deep respect to all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples who continue to resist the discriminatory structures that Primary Health Care Research & Development  ... 
doi:10.1017/s1463423621000499 fatcat:ajwfn7ja7rcxzlctizuk4amxvq

What do you mean by engagement? – evaluating the use of community engagement in the design and implementation of chronic disease-based interventions for Indigenous populations – scoping review

Sahr Wali, Stefan Superina, Angela Mashford-Pringle, Heather Ross, Joseph A. Cafazzo
2021 International Journal for Equity in Health  
Methods A scoping review guided by the methods outlined by Arksey and O'Malley was conducted.  ...  Studies have begun to use modes of community engagement to initiate Indigenous partnerships and design chronic disease-based interventions.  ...  The authors would also like to recognize the guidance provided by the Waakebiness-Bryce Institute for Indigenous Health that led to identifying the gap for this review.  ... 
doi:10.1186/s12939-020-01346-6 pmid:33407544 fatcat:ufivedplb5fj3libktjsac3cki

Courthouse Design Principles to Dignify Spaces for Indigenous Users: preliminary observations

Thalia Anthony, Elizabeth Grant
2016 International Journal for Court Administration  
From the outset, the design of the courthouse sought to incorporate cultural expressions and accommodate the diverse needs of Aboriginal users into its design ascertained through consultation with the  ...  To respect Aboriginal kinship avoidance practices and to facilitate self-management among conflicting parties, alternative access 58  ...  For example, the main entry houses a glass print design of Nyamooli, a bush soap that grows near water.  ... 
doi:10.18352/ijca.217 fatcat:gfmclynzezcrhiv46aoyojgxgy

Cross-Cultural Dialogical Probes

Alessandro Soro, Margot Brereton, Jennyfer Lawrence Taylor, Anita Lee Hong, Paul Roe
2016 Proceedings of the First African Conference on Human Computer Interaction - AfriCHI'16  
To highlight this, departing from the original conceptualization of probes, we propose and discuss the concept of manned cross-cultural dialogical probes.  ...  ABSTRACT This paper explores the use of probes in a very remote Australian Aboriginal community where the rich traditional and post-colonial culture is worlds away from the urban Australian home of the  ...  In our work we try to overcome such limitations by taking a participatory design approach to grow existing, local designs and integrating novel technologies into the design discourse and within existing  ... 
doi:10.1145/2998581.2998591 dblp:conf/africhi/SoroBTHR16 fatcat:t3py5sdktjehle5nemvgmftm6y

Professional Development That Positions Teachers as Inquirers and Possibilizers

Leyton Schnellert, Donna Kozak, Shelley Moore
2015 LEARNing Landscapes  
The Aboriginal Early Literacy and Curriculum for All projects involved iterative and critical examinations of practice and opportunities for educators to collaboratively consider and create practices that  ...  Educators worked together to situate emerging knowledge and beliefs while also challenging the sources and consequences of assumptions.  ...  Second, it has assisted students to better understand cultural diversity; our non-Aboriginal students can have a positive appreciation of the Aboriginal culture and vice versa.  ... 
doi:10.36510/learnland.v9i1.754 fatcat:7zq6o4orrrfjbkutpu4b3l2iri

Interplay wellbeing framework: a collaborative methodology 'bringing together stories and numbers' to quantify Aboriginal cultural values in remote Australia

Sheree Cairney, Tammy Abbott, Stephen Quinn, Jessica Yamaguchi, Byron Wilson, John Wakerman
2017 International Journal for Equity in Health  
Aboriginal community researchers designed and administered the survey.  ...  Conclusion: The Interplay Wellbeing Framework and Survey were statistically validated as a collaborative approach to assessing wellbeing that is inclusive of other cultural worldviews, values and practices  ...  The Interplay project is one of 12 projects funded to meet the goals of the CRC-REP.  ... 
doi:10.1186/s12939-017-0563-5 pmid:28468656 pmcid:PMC5415825 fatcat:6i5ga7w6kvhcvgo3cqjvn47rn4
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