Ethno-ornithology online communities:
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EWA aims to provide a space where communities can lead and carry out their own ecological documentation, with or without sharing traditional knowledge with a larger audience.
Resources for community led or co-directed work in ethnoecology:
IFAD Note on Seeking Free, Prior and Informed Consent : English
Downloadable pdf of the WIPO toolkit for documenting Traditional Knowledge
Method and techniques in ethnoecology:
How to record stories (technological and method advice): https://storycorps.me/about/resources/
Working with oral histories: http://www.ohs.org.uk/information-for/higher-education/
Tips on how to record your oral history within your family: http://www.ohs.org.uk/information-for/family-historians/
Other useful links:
The Ethnos Project is a research portal and resource database that explores the intersection of indigeneity and information and communication technologies. They have a thorough resource database of their own. http://www.ethnosproject.org/
Mukurtu is a free, mobile, and open source platform built with indigenous communities to manage and share digital cultural heritage. The link takes you to a showcase of participating projects. http://mukurtu.org/showcase/
Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues