Research Publications for Te T A (Te Taka) Keegan
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Keegan, T. T. A. (2015). Normalising te Reo Māori in technology. In Oxford Global Language Symposium.
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., & 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., & Cunliffe, D. (2014). Young people, technology and the future of te Reo Māori. In R. Higgins, P. Rewi, & V. Olsen-Reeder (Eds.), The Value of the Māori Language: Te Hua o te Reo Māori (Vol. 2, pp. 385-398). Wellington, NZ: Huia Publishers. Retrieved from http://www.huia.co.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.
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. (2013). E kōrerorero ana te reo Māori te ao hangarau?. In He Manawa Whenua Indigenous Research Conference 2013. Conference held at Hamilton, NZ.
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.
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/
Keegan, T. T. A. (2013). Māori language computer tools for Māori language. In 19th NZ PPTA National Māori Teachers' Conference 2013, Collaboration Workshop. Rotorua, NZ.