This project aims to investigate the world’s best practices in community narrowcast digital TV and contemporary methods for the long-term storage of both digital and analogue audio-visual cultural materials. This will assist in the long-preservation of Indigenous languages and culture and will investigate whether health promotion and other messages in Aboriginal languages community impacts on community well-being.
Dr Lyndon Ormond-Parker
Dr Sharon Huebner
Ormond-Parker, L Carter, N Fforde, C Knapman, G and Morris, W 2020, 'Repatriation in the Kimberley: Practice, approach, and contextual history’ in The Routledge Companion to Indigenous Repatriation, Return, Reconcile, Renew, Routledge Taylor and Francis
Ormond-Parker, L. (2019) 'Deadline 2025: AIATSIS and the audiovisual archive', Archives and Manuscripts, 47(1)
Aaron Corn, A Ormond-Parker, L De Largy Healy J, 2019, ‘Preservation, Digital Technology and Culture. Special Issue: A Reflection of the Day: Essays in Honour of Joseph Neparrŋa Gumbula’ in Preservation Digital Technology and Culture, De Gruyter
Corn, A., Ormond-Parker, L. and De Largy Healy, J. (2018) 'From the Guest Editors, Aaron Corn with Lyndon Ormond-Parker and Jessica de Largy Healy' , Preservation, Digital Technology and Culture, 47(3-4)
Ormond-Parker, L. and Bernholz, L. (2018) 'The Ethics of Designing Digital Infrastructure' , Stanford Social Innovation Review. Summer2018, 16(3)