Category Archives: Internet

Daricha Foundation’s blog and online media library: Providing access to knowledge on India’s folk and tribal arts and its practitioners – West Bengal

The foundation is registered as a not for profit Society in Kolkata since April 2013. www.daricha.org is an online portal solely dedicated to the promotion of folk and tribal arts, beginning with West Bengal, India. Daricha means a “window” – … Continue reading

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Video | “From Wayback, to Way Forward”: Internet Archive Archive.org

2021 has been a momentous year here at the Internet Archive! We celebrated our 25th anniversary, launched new and exciting programs, and promoted Universal Access to All Knowledge. We experienced incredible growth, offering more books, music, movies, software, and webpages … Continue reading

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Video | Tribes in Transition-III: “Indigenous Cultures in the Digital Era”

Courtesy Dr. Ivy Hansdak, Assistant Professor, Department of English, Jamia Millia Islamia University New Delhi (email 30 September 2021)

Posted in Andaman and Nicobar Islands, eBook eJournal ePaper, Economy and development, Education and literacy, Endangered language, Internet, Languages and linguistic heritage, Literature and bibliographies, Misconceptions, Modernity, Musicology, Networking, Organizations, Revival of traditions, Tribal elders, Tribal identity, Video resources - external | Comments Off on Video | Tribes in Transition-III: “Indigenous Cultures in the Digital Era”

Tip | 197 Educational YouTube Channels You Should Know About”: Inspiring teachers, therapists, parents and students – Teachers With Apps

If you don’t have a YouTube channel as an education provider, there’s a good chance you’re behind the times. Nearly every major educational institution in the world now hosts its own collection of videos featuring news, lectures, tutorials, and open … Continue reading

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Tip | Search articles on tribal history, politics and literature on Ramachandra Guha’s website

Learn more ab0ut the author’s recent publications here: https://ramachandraguha.in/about-the-author >> We met adivasis who had been persecuted by the Naxalites, and other adivasis who had been tormented by the Salwa Judum vigilantes [i.e. “a strange, not to say bizarre, example … Continue reading

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