POSOH Digital Library

The POSOH Digital Library was created as a keeping place for the resources created by the POSOH Project (2011-2015, University of Wisconsin - Madison). Resources include: science curriculum units, science lessons, videos, and artwork. There are also links to materials, which were used to create the resources for the POSOH Project.The digital library was created in 2015. In December of 2015, it will be transferred to the College of Menominee Nation's Sustainable Development Institute (SDI) for further use by SDI and by the Menominee Tribe.

The digital library was created using Mukurtu 2.0, a content management system (CMS) originally created for use within indigenous communities. Mukurtu allows for many different levels of access, giving communities several avenues of safeguarding culturally sensitive materials.

Link to POSOH Digital Library:  http://mukurtu.posohproject.org

 

 

Videos

1.2 Learning from the Forest

2.3 How Can We Learn about Nature from Experiments

3.2 Learning from the Community

An Oneida Elder Speaks about the Three Sisters Garden

Cosmic Voyage Excerpt

Dairy Dreams Case Study

Pellagra Video

Rat and Cupcake Video (from Food is Fuel by PBS)

Traditional Agricultural Practices of the Oneida Nation