Mokakioyis-Meyopimatisiwin

Grades 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12

The Mokakioyis/Meyopimatisiwin project is an ethno-ecological inquiry that seeks to digitally preserve traditional Aboriginal knowledge in an interactive online environment. Students, Aboriginal elders, cultural and spiritual advisors, eminent scholars, teachers, new media artists, and educational mentors collaborated to conduct this ethno-ecological study. Together we are digitally preserving traditional knowledge online. This site contains photographs, video and sound recordings, maps, and text-based information resources.

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