ELOKA fosters collaboration between resident Arctic experts and visiting researchers to facilitate the collection, preservation, exchange, and use of local observations and Indigenous knowledge of the Arctic. ELOKA provides data management and user support to Indigenous communities to ensure their data and knowledge are managed, visualized, and shared in an ethical manner in order to work toward information and data sovereignty for Arctic residents.
The National Science Foundation (NSF) has renewed funding for the program with a five-year collaborative award to ELOKA, Calista Education… Read More
When Yup’ik people from southwest Alaska travel on their ancestral lands and waters, they navigate using traditional place names. These… Read More