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Three B.C. First Nations receive UBC funding to preserve oral histories

December 15, 2014]

Three B.C. First Nations receive UBC funding to preserve oral historiesThree B.C. First Nations have received funding from UBC’s Irving K. Barber Learning Centre and the Museum of Anthropology to preserve their oral histories, traditions and culture. The latest recipients of the Aboriginal Audio Digitization and Preservation Program (AADPP) include … Continue reading

Third funding cycle opens for Aboriginal Audio Digitization and Preservation Program

July 3, 2014]

Third funding cycle opens for Aboriginal Audio Digitization and Preservation ProgramThe Irving K. Barber Learning Centre is pleased to announce the third call for applications to its B.C. Aboriginal Audio Digitization and Preservation Program (AADPP). Matching funds for equipment, training and funding support for the conversion of audio materials on … Continue reading

Digitizing Aboriginal knowledge: new applicants announced

April 9, 2014]

Digitizing Aboriginal knowledge: new applicants announcedFive projects have been awarded funding under the program. Continue reading

AADPP 2014 Application

December 20, 2013]

AADPP 2014 ApplicationThe Irving K. Barber Learning Centre is pleased to announce the second call for applications to its B.C. Aboriginal Audio Digitization and Preservation Program (AADPP). Continue reading

Inaugural recipients selected for Aboriginal Audio Digitization and Preservation Program

December 13, 2013]

Inaugural recipients selected for Aboriginal Audio Digitization and Preservation ProgramValuable oral histories, traditions and culture from two B.C. Aboriginal communities will be preserved, thanks to the Aboriginal Audio Digitization and Preservation Program (AADPP). Continue reading

New funding program for B.C. Aboriginal Audio Digitization & Preservation

May 6, 2013]

New funding program for B.C. Aboriginal Audio Digitization & PreservationUBC Library’s Irving K. Barber Learning Centre has created a new grant for B.C. Aboriginal organizations to convert audio cassette tapes to digital formats for preservation and access. The program will provide equipment, training and funding support for up to six projects per year, with applications accepted twice a year. Continue reading