Conference Presentations and academic lectures
A chronological list of conference and lecture presentations from 2000 to present as presented by Karaitiana Taiuru.
Biggest risk of Māori leadership in 2017.
Canterbury University: MMIL 430. View
Digital Colonialism: What information management organisations need to be aware of.
Lincoln University – Presentation (pdf)
Creative Commons Aotearoa – Towards an Indigenous Knowledge Notice.
Open Access Week – Lincoln University. [view]
Indigenous Domain Names in Aotearoa/New Zealand. [download]
National Digital Forum – Te Papa Wellington.
Indigenous Issues with new GTLD’s.
ICANN 47th International Meeting, Durban. [view]
The evolution of Social Media: the benefits and implications to Māori culture.
The Project Revolution: Pacific Shift – Crucial Developments and Key Trends in the South Pacific. AUT, Auckland New Zealand. [view]
The success story of a minority Language “Maori” harnessing global technologies for language reviatalisation and daily interaction amongst Maori speakers.
UNESCO symposium- The Internet and the Promotion of Linguistic Diversity. Bilbao Basque Country, Spain via Audio Visual.
Using Citizen Media Tools to Promote Under-Represented Languages.
New Tactics in Human Rights on-line. General Māori Language stories.
Using Skype to achieve maximum telecommunication budget savings.
e-engage Yourself. CPIT, Christchurch New Zealand
e-Carvers of the new Digital World.
Determining our future : sixth International Indigenous Librarians’ Forum 2009. National Library details.
Using Web 2.0 to build and retain communities.
International Corporation of Assigned Names and Numbers. Mexico
Multilingualism of the Internet.
Asia Pacific Networking Group. Bangkok Thailand
e-commerce for Micro Businesses.
Wellington Small businesses. Wellington New Zealand
Using the Internet for Language Revitalisation.
20/20 Trust Thematic Meeting on Internet. Wellington New Zealand
Ngāi Tahu’s Global Village.
3rd Pan Common Wealth Conference on Open Learning. Dunedin New Zealand
Benefits of ICT, to retain Samoan language.
Samoan Ministry of Education. Apia, Samoa
How can ICT be used to revitalise Māori Language.
NZPPTA Association – Māori Language Revitalisation and the use of ICT. Taupo, New Zealand