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IPinCH Conference 2010 and 2011

Joanne+bird_ipinch+sept+2010In October of 2010, members of our team presented drafts of our project at the annual conference of the Intellectual Property Issues in Cultural Heritage IPinCH research group in Vancouver, B.C. Mervin Joe and Albert Elias traveled from Inuvik to Vancouver and joined Natasha Lyons, Kate Hennessy, and Charles Arnold to talk about our trip to the Smithsonian Institution to view the MacFarlane Collection, and the website project in progress. Read More

Under Construction

Isp_hennessy_ics_17nov2009_043Our team is excited to have migrated our website to its new website address at www.inuvilauitlivinghistory.ca. This is still a work in progress, and we are continuing to upload content and work out some design details. We greatly value your feedback and invite you to let us know what you think of the project by following the "Contact" link at the bottom of the page. We anticipate that the project will be officially launched early in Fall, 2011. Read More

Website Community Consultations, June 2011

Isp_kh_inuvikconsultation_june2011_9Since our last community consultation in February, our team has been working on a protoype of the Inuvialuit Living History website. This week Mervin Joe, Cathy Cockney, and Kate Hennessy visited with students and teachers at Samuel Hearne Senior Secondary School to show them the site and ask for feedback on how to improve the website for use in the school. They also visited with the Inuvialuit Communications Society and Parks Canada, Inuvik, to show them the website and discuss how it could be used in educational programs. Read More