Related Links

Related Links

Apart from using collections within TIPRC, readers can also access “Taiwan Indigenous Peoples Portal (TIPP)”, which was set up by TIPRC as well, for more Taiwan indigenous resources. The website provides resources in various categories, including News, Upcoming Events, Government Subsidy, Research Papers, Websites and Introduction to Indigenous Groups. All of the resources on TIPP are categorized by topics as well, so users can browse the information thematically.
TIPP is served only in Chinese.
 
Taiwan Academic Institutional Repository (TAIR) gathers the research from 105 academic institutions in Taiwan in the form of metadata, which includes journals, conference papers, research reports, etc. Readers can browse, use full-text search or advanced search to look for the resource they want, and each search result could be linked back to the source institution.
 
NTU Web Archiving System preserves the historical records of websites to deal with the ephemeral characteristics of web resources. The sub-category “indigenous peoples” is under the category “ethnic groups”.
 
This system was developed by National Taiwan University Library, in which collects up to 24 thousand e-books. All the resources are either open access e-books or grey documents such as symposium, research report, annual report, government resource, dissertation, etc.
 
This website is the project result of National Taiwan Museum Digitizing Project, which was achieved in three different stages. The goal of this project is to digitalize the collections of National Taiwan Museum in order to give scholars and general publics the access to this important cultural heritage.
 
This project belongs to Ministry of Science and Technology and it was applied by Chien Shan-Hua, professor of Department of Music at National Taiwan Normal University. From 2007 to 2009, the project group cooperated with local elders and culture workers, recorded about 600 songs of Paiwan, Pancagh, Rukai and Tao groups. The project also presents the process of all their works from field work study, lyrics translation, data transfer, music arrangement to the setup of metadata. The project was carried out with the hope to promote the research and archive of Taiwan indigenous music to transfer it into a sustainable cultural property.
 
Taiwan Indigenous Digital Archives of Database is a project result of The National Project of Digital Archives. It was based on The Data of Taiwan Indigenous Peoples and it hopes to provide a platform for convenient exchange of information and resources by digitalizing and categorizing different resources within the database. Now the database contains ten categories: artifact, image, audio file, video, map, ancient trail, community, people and document.