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‘Ike Kū‘oko‘a Project Closing

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Click the link below to see the coverage of the project closing on Pacific Network.TV:

About the 'Ike Ku'oko'a closing celebration at 'Iolani Palace, July 31

‘Ike Kū‘oko‘a in the media

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11/18/12 Hawaii Public Radio Business of the Arts
10/24/12 TEDx Manoa Hawaii's Legacy of Literacy
Nov-11  Ka Wai Ola o OHA
11/22/11 The Hawai‘i Reporter
11/23/11 The Molokaʻi Dispatch
11/26/11 Associated Press
11/26/11 KHON2
11/26/11 Honolulu Star-Advertiser
11/26/11 The Republic (Columbus, Indiana)
11/27/11 Hawaii Tribune Herald
11/27/11 KHON2
11/27/11 KITV4
11/27/11 The Molokaʻi Dispatch
11/27/11 Yahoo! News UK & Ireland
11/28/11 Daily Reporter (Greenfield, Indiana)
11/28/11 Deseret News (Salt Lake City, Utah)
11/28/11 The Hawaii Independent
11/28/11 KHON2
11/28/11 KPUA AM670 (Hilo, Hawai‘i)
11/28/11 The Molokaʻi Dispatch
11/28/11 Pacific Network TV
11/28/11 SF Gate (San Francisco, California)
11/28/11 The Republic (Columbus, Indiana)
11/28/11 Times-Post (Pendleton, Indiana)
11/28/11 West Hawaii Today
11/29/11 The Garden Island
11/29/11 Hawaii Tribune Herald
11/29/11 The Maui News
11/29/11 Honolulu Star-Advertiser
12/9/11 Hawaii Sun  [Japanese]

‘Ike Kū‘oko‘a Project Launch

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On Monday, November 28, 2011, Lä Kü‘oko‘a - Independence Day, ‘Ike Kū‘oko‘a: Liberating Knowledge, the newspaper typescripting project, began taking 60,000 digital scans of Hawaiian-language newspapers printed from 1834 to 1948 and transcribing them into searchable typescript.  For news and video clips about the opening of this project, visit ʻIke Kūʻokoʻa in the media, below.

TEDx Manoa

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Hawaii's Legacy of Literacy - TEDx Manoa


ʻIke Kūʻokoʻa was successfully completed on Nov. 28 2012, and the files are being loaded up onto the web for free access through the following websites.  Awaiaulu and the ʻIke Kūʻokoʻa team extend a sincere mahalo! to all of those who made this possible through their participation and support.  


Aloha nō,

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