Research Publications for Te T A (Te Taka) Keegan

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  • Whaanga, H., Bainbridge, D., Anderson, M., Scrivener, K., Cader, P., Roa, T., & Keegan, T. (2015). He Matapihi Mā Mua, Mō Muri: The Ethics, Processes, and Procedures Associated with the Digitization of Indigenous Knowledge—The Pei Jones Collection. Cataloging & Classification Quarterly, 53(5-6), 520-547. doi:10.1080/01639374.2015.1009670

  • Keegan, T. T. A. (2015). Te kanohi Māori o pukamata. In Te Puna o te Ki Conference. AUT University, Aotearoa.

  • Keegan, T. T. A. (2015). Te kanohi Māori a pukamata- he āhuatanga e kore rawa e kitea!. In He Manawa Whenua Indigenous Research Conference 2015 (pp. 64). Hamilton, NZ.

  • Keegan, T. T. A. (2015). Normalising te Reo Māori in technology. In Oxford Global Language Symposium.

  • Keegan, T. T. A., Mato, P., & Ruru, S. (2015). Using Twitter in an Indigenous language: An analysis of te reo Māori tweets. Alternative: An International Journal for Indigenous Peoples, 11(1), 59-75. Retrieved from http://www.alternative.ac.nz/

  • Keegan, T. T. A., & Mato, P. (2014). It's harder in my language, but I still choose it. In P. Heinrich, & N. Ostler (Eds.), Proc 18th FEL Conference on Indigenous Languages: their Value to the Community (pp. 43-48). Okinawa, Japan.

  • Keegan, T. T. A. (2014). Panel: Impact of technology on Māori health. In Toitū Hauora Māori Summit 2014: Māori Leadership in Health Towards 2030. Lower Hutt, NZ.

  • Keegan, T. T. A. (2014). The Vaule of the Māori Language: Te Hua o te Reo Māori book launch. In Te Whare Waka o Pōneke, Wellington.

  • Mato, P., & Keegan, T. T. A. (2013). Indigenous tweeting for language survival: the Māori-language profile. International Journal of Technology and Inclusive Education, 2(2), 184-191. Retrieved from http://www.infonomics-society.org/

  • Mato, P., & Keegan, T. T. (2013). Using technology in an indigenous language: Preliminary studies of ATMs and library kiosks usage in Te Reo Māori. In Fifth Annual Meeting of the Native American and Indigenous Studies Association. Conference held at Saskatoon, Canada.

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