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transforming Aboriginal Oral Stories by George Samuels Introduction I. III. what is stand-
alone animation? animation that requires
no direct activity Who are the Aborigines of Australia?
Why is their culture in need of preserving? What are the similarities/differences between foreign Indigenous animation, and Australian Indigenous animation? How have Aboriginals been involved in the animation creation process? a rite of passage for male Australian Aborigines walkabout keywords animation, standalone, culture,
preservation, education, indigenous,
aborigines, native, Australia Thesis/Overview How has animation been used
to transform Aboriginal oral stories? Background II. “Jiojigana. You were born to do animation and web-design. Your skills will propel you to achieve many things but you will always be bound to your People. In a past life, you were born by a Tuvaluan mother, and sought to save her people by using your acquired skills to preserve their culture before the oceans swallowed them.
As a result, you will now use the tools of this Age, to once again transform our stories into a language far better suited for future generations – for messages, over time, always get lost in translation. As custodian to these lands, it is your duty to pass on our knowledge to the People, and those who seek it. This is who you are.“
e-journals books magazines journals DVDs Personal
References web library blogs how I located information workflow How has animation been used to transform
Indigenous oral stories into educational tools for cultural preservation? How has animation been used to transform
Indigenous oral stories? standalone and requires less hardware
and software to operate Results IV. Local International Benefits wider reach solidifies message in time adaptable enhances The Dreaming preserves and teaches ancient knowledge Discussion V. animation + Indigenous culture Conclusion VI.