The biannual conference, NordiCHI, is the main Nordic forum for Human-Computer Interaction (HCI) research. NordiCHI addresses the field broadly and is a meeting place for researchers from
Due the Covid-19 pandemic preventing face-to-face sessions in 2020, the research group in University of Lapland conducted during the summer and fall a user study online. The
University of Lapland researchers, together with professor Sven Aamold, UiT The Arctic University of Norway, visited Siida, Inari. The visit was combined with Jonna Häkkilä’s project management meeting at
On March 11.-12. we had the great pleasure to take part in Interreg Nord conference - Borderless opportunities for Sápmi, arranged at the Ájtte museum in Jokkmokk,
The prototypes of the search portal were piloted at Tráhppie, Sámi Cafe, during the Sámi Week in Umeå.
The project had a chance to visit the Sámi archives of the Finnish National Archives, and Siida Museum in Inari.
Project actions are being carried out according to the plans: the archive survey shows good results (see more below), we tested the search service prototype, discussed the
Project Briefing / Tiedotustilaisuus / Dieđáhus dilálašvuohta Time: 25.1. at 16.00-17.00 Place: Sajos, Inari Eeva-Kristiina Harlin, a PhD student and an archelogist who worked in the Digital
On 8.-9. October we had the pleasure of organizing Ethical Challenges workshop at the University of Lapland, together with Research Professor Rauna Kuokkanen in Arctic Indigenous Studies
Project partners at the Digital Access Workshop in Oulu 13.-14.8.2019. The two-day workshop was the second face to face meeting with all partners. The workshop focused on
On the 29th of May we had the pleasure of hosting a design conversation session with the topic of Designing with Cultural Heritage, at the CUMULUS Rovaniemi
"Designing with Cultural Heritage" Design Conversations at CUMULUS Rovaniemi 2019 conference We are happy to announce that Maija Mäkikalli, Elina Luiro and Jonna Häkkila from the University
Project partners at the Kick off-meeting in Rovaniemi 22.-23.1.2019. The two-day seminar was the first face to face -meeting with all partners. The seminar focused on the
Maija Mäkikalli from the University of Lapland, presented the project Digital Access to the Sámi Heritage Archives at Digital History in Finland III symposium at the University