2016 Pre-ATALM Mukurtu CMS Workshop


Led by Kim Christen, Mukurtu Project Director; Lotus Norton Wisla, Tribal Digital Archives Curriculum Coordinator, and Michael Wynne, Digital Applications Librarian, all based at Washington State University. Mukurtu CMS is a free content management software that allows communities to preserve, share, manage, license and curate their digital heritage and stories. Mukurtu promotes a community approach to digital heritage management and preservation, integrating already established social and cultural systems with technological tools. In this workshop, participants received hands-on experience with Mukurtu CMS. Participants learned about: basic site set up, core features , and step-by-step procedures to curate digital heritage items with Mukurtu CMS. Participants saw examples of Mukurtu in use in communities emphasizing preservation strategies, cultural protocols and the use of traditional knowledge labels.

This resource provides information on Mukurtu CMS version 2.0. For the most current information on Mukurtu CMS, visit https://mukurtu.org and https://support.mukurtu.org for Mukurtu support.