I am honored to be returning to Mexico next week to facilitate a workshop on WordPress and Other Open Source Technologies for the Preservation and Dissemination of Traditional Knowledge. The workshops (mine is one of four) will take place throughout the week in Oaxaca City.
If you’re in that neck of the woods, let me know – we can share great ideas under the spell of beautiful Oaxaca (and perhaps some mezcal). Cheers, Mark
The National Institute of Anthropology and History (INAH, Mexico City) under the Second International Congress for Cultural Heritage and New Technologies presents:
Application Workshops: Digital Tools for the Preservation and Dissemination of Traditional Knowledge
The National Institute of Anthropology and History invites you to participate in the workshops. They are aimed at all those interested in the implementation of digital tools for traditional knowledge preservation. These workshops will be facilitated by national and international experts from October 19-23, 2015, in the city of Oaxaca, Mexico.
- To train participants in the use of digital tools for the preservation of traditional knowledge and intangible heritage.
- Establish a fruitful dialogue among participants to build collaborative networks.
- Create a precedent in the use of digital tools within communities on issues related to indigenous traditional knowledge and intangible heritage.
The workshops will cover free software, content creation, networking through a variety of tools: blogs, video blogs, podcasts, web pages and WordPress.
Mark Oppenneer, Ethnos Project (https://www.ethnosproject.org/)
Rodrigo Perez, Tecno-etnias.net (http://tecno-etnias.net/)
Yasnaya Aguilar, Library Juan de Cordova (http://larutaayuujk.blogspot.mx/)
Juan Garcia, Ojo de Agua Comunicación (http://ojodeaguacomunicacion.org/)
You may also read the workshop information sheet in its original Spanish…
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