Kia whai taki: implementing indigenous knowledge in the Aotearoa New Zealand Library and Information Management curriculum

LILLEY, Spencer and PARINGATAI, Te Paea (2013) Kia whai taki: implementing indigenous knowledge in the Aotearoa New Zealand Library and Information Management curriculum. Paper presented at: IFLA WLIC 2013 - Singapore - Future Libraries: Infinite Possibilities in Session 125 - Education and Training with Library Services to Multicultural Populations and Indigenous Matters Special Interest Group.

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Abstract

Kia whai taki: implementing indigenous knowledge in the Aotearoa New Zealand Library and Information Management curriculum

The purpose of this paper is to describe how in New Zealand Māori principles have been incorporated into the library and information curriculum and the impact of the inclusion of indigenous knowledge paradigms into the body of knowledge that library and information management professionals must demonstrate if they wish to obtain and subsequently retain their professional registration status.

Kia whai taki: Implementando conocimiento indígena en el plan de estudios de Gestión de la Información y Bibliotecas de Aotearoa Nueva Zelanda

El propósito de este trabajo es el de describir cómo en Nueva Zelanda los principios maoríes han sido incorporados al plan de estudios de Biblioteconomía y Documentación y el impacto de la inclusión de paradigmas indígenas de conocimiento al cuerpo de conocimiento que los profesionales de bibliotecas y gestión de la información tienen que demostrar poseer si desean obtener y posteriormente retener su estado de registro profesional.

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