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3 new exhibitions coming to Miami’s art museum and sculpture park
The gorgeous, intricate and historic ribbonwork of the Miami people is getting a special show in Oxford very soon. ("Journal-News", January 20, 2020)
Learning the language of teamwork: Myaamia Center and IT Services
Partnership between IT and the Myaamia Center is an example of how two groups at Miami come together to further a common goal.
Myaamia Center’s Indigenous Language Digital Archive’s technology featured
Indianz July 30 (subscription may be required)
The 'thing that thinks fast' is a new way to teach Indigenous languages
("Indian Country Today", July 29, 2019)
Dr. Troy and graduate students work on a software to preserve languages
Ever since 2015 Dr. Doug Troy and his graduate students have been working on a system that would help store digital copies of linguistic material.
UO community researchers to attend Breath of Life 2.0 workshop
("Around the O," University of Oregon, July 10, 2019)
Miami engineering and computing students collaborate with Myaamia Center to develop digital archives
Miami University engineering and computing students have been helping the Myaamia Center develop digital archives that allow analysis of extensive language documents as well the recording of land ownership and plants important to the Miami Tribe of Oklahoma.
Miami's Myaamia Center awarded NEH grant for 'aacimwahkionkonci: Stories from the Land' project
Funding supports a web-based Geographic Information System (GIS) and historical educational resource that allows users to examine and interpret historical records, documenting how land left Miami Tribe ownership through the 19th and 20th centuries.
National Breath of Life to launch one-of-a-kind software to enable linguistic analysis for language revitalization
National Breath of Life Archival Institute for Indigenous Languages announces the new Indigenous Languages Digital Archive (ILDA), the only available software that allows for the organization, storage and retrieval of digital copies of linguistic archival materials for language revitalization.