An electronic filing system, based on Aboriginal methods of categorisation, which stores the collected Traditional Knowledge.
Categories of headings under which information is stored. For
example, the category for "Birds" stores knowledge about specific
species, their purpose and uses. The information is displayed in video
and written form.
Acquired knowledge and wisdom that form local rules and customs. Lore
is handed down by word of mouth, from generation to generation, usually
in the form of stories or historical tales.
Long-standing traditions and practices encompassing the wisdom,
knowledge and teachings of the community. Traditional knowledge is
passed on through the generations both demonstratively and orally.
Information and Traditional Knowledge is also expressed through
stories, and laws. Traditional knowledge is linked to everything, it
provides balance to the way we look after the land and how we get along
with each other.
An out-of-town dwelling in a remote area designed to help Traditional people get back onto country.
An area of historical significance. The lores, customs and management
needs of the natural surroundings are dictated by its past.