The Noongarpedia Project is a story of present-day efforts to maintain this tradition of cultural resilience through novel, contemporary and globally networked means. It includes stories about a project that took as its dual aims (i) to carry out research concerned with bringing together old Noongar knowledge and new social media, and (ii) to make the social effort to build a digital platform that helps to make information about Noongar culture and ancient traditions available to the public, as well as to Noongar ‘users’ of that language and culture. In this way it is a story about research being used to support attempts at social and cultural development: research as social enterprise, and as ‘creative citizenship’.
Check out the Noongarpedia incubator site: Noongarpedia site
Read 9 articles in the Cultural Science Journal: Kaya Wandjoo Ngala Noongarpedia
Have a look at various films on the: Noongarpedia Tube Channel