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Hacking Traditional
Knowledge
An Arctic Science Hackathon
Brian Fuchs, TMC
Diana Mastracci-Sanchez, ESRI
Arctic Circle
21 ...
The Idea
● Native peoples: Inupiaq / Inuit
● Many possible synergies with science
○ Wildlife
○ Ice
● But also tensions
○ Need for p...
Students + tech + challenges
=
new ideas + new advocates
The Hack
Arctic Science
Summer 2014
STEM camp
North Slope High School students
Utqiaġvik (Barrow), Alaska
Picture of students from blog
Activities
Hands-on hacking with Arduino
Learning about traditional knowledge
App brainstorm...
Design an app which
Helps the local community and scientists
Uses local traditions and scientific information
Minimizes te...
Follow-on
The App
Stakeholders
● Students/Schools
● Local community (hunters)
● Scientists
● Environmentalists
Design Requirements
● Photos
● Location
● No server-side storage
● User controls all information/sharing
● Easily configur...
Read more...
The course wiki
http://arcticscience.pbworks.com/
The blog post
http://mobilecollective.co.uk/barrow-hacking-...
Contact
brian@mobilecollective.co.uk
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Empowering young people to become advocates for traditional knowledge throught ICT.
A TMC hackathon at a North Slope STEM camp in Barrow AL 2014
http://mobilecollective.co.uk/

Arctic Circle Edinburgh 2017

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Hacking Traditional Knowledge

  1. 1. Hacking Traditional Knowledge An Arctic Science Hackathon Brian Fuchs, TMC Diana Mastracci-Sanchez, ESRI Arctic Circle 21 November, 2017
  2. 2. The Idea
  3. 3. ● Native peoples: Inupiaq / Inuit ● Many possible synergies with science ○ Wildlife ○ Ice ● But also tensions ○ Need for privacy (i.e. hunting grounds) ○ History of exploitation of local resources by outsiders Traditional Knowledge: Alaskan North Slope
  4. 4. Students + tech + challenges = new ideas + new advocates
  5. 5. The Hack Arctic Science
  6. 6. Summer 2014 STEM camp North Slope High School students Utqiaġvik (Barrow), Alaska
  7. 7. Picture of students from blog Activities Hands-on hacking with Arduino Learning about traditional knowledge App brainstorming
  8. 8. Design an app which Helps the local community and scientists Uses local traditions and scientific information Minimizes tensions between scientists and community The Challenge
  9. 9. Follow-on The App
  10. 10. Stakeholders ● Students/Schools ● Local community (hunters) ● Scientists ● Environmentalists
  11. 11. Design Requirements ● Photos ● Location ● No server-side storage ● User controls all information/sharing ● Easily configurable by provider
  12. 12. Read more... The course wiki http://arcticscience.pbworks.com/ The blog post http://mobilecollective.co.uk/barrow-hacking-for-climate-change-ii/ The app (Sara Coleman) https://github.com/bcfuchs/animal_spotter_2
  13. 13. Contact brian@mobilecollective.co.uk

Empowering young people to become advocates for traditional knowledge throught ICT. A TMC hackathon at a North Slope STEM camp in Barrow AL 2014 http://mobilecollective.co.uk/ Arctic Circle Edinburgh 2017

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