[CatSIG] Ngā Upoko Tukutuku, the Māori Subject Headings project Kohitātea / January 2016 update
Catherine.Amey at dia.govt.nz
Fri Jan 29 17:00:38 NZDT 2016
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We are pleased to announce that Ngā Upoko Tukutuku, the Maori Subject Headings project has completed another upload of new kaupapa/terms. These terms came from the work of Te Whakakaokao, the Māori Subject Headings Working Group, at a hui held in December 2015. There are 31 new terms that have been added to Ngā Upoko Tukutuku and are ready for use in library catalogues, and a number of changed terms.
We welcome requests for new terms. Please don’t hesitate to send in requests, queries and suggestions to reo at dia.govt.nz<mailto:reo at dia.govt.nz%3cmailto:reo at dia.govt.nz> - Te Whakakaokao would love to hear from you.
Ngā kaupapa hou / New terms
• Āhua = Shapes
• Ākau pōhatuhatu = Rocky shore
• Ako-ā-matihiko = Digital learning
• Ako-ā-rorohiko = Computer assisted instruction
• Ārai i te ahi = Fire prevention
• Haumaru ahi = Fire safety
• Haumaru wai = Water safety
• Kaikuti hipi = Shearers
• Kaitākaro whutupōro = Rugby players
• Kāri poutāpeta = Postcards
• Kōrero pono mā te pakeke = Adult non-fiction
• Kōrero pono mā te tamariki = Children’s non-fiction
• Kounga o te wai = Water quality
• Kuti hipi = Shearing
• Māra = Gardens
• Mātauranga taupuhi kaiao wai = Aquatic ecology
• Ōpango = All Blacks
• Pae pāpāho pāpori = Social media
• Pātengi raraunga = Databases
• Patu ahi = Fire fighting
• Pū wairākau = Composting
• Rangitaki = Blogs
• Rapuara = Career guidance
• Ringawera = Kitchen volunteer
• Tarutaru = Weeds
• Tātari raraunga = Data analysis
• Te Pakanga Tuatahi o Te Ao = First World War
• Tuakoka = Poverty
• Tuhinga nā te hunga tamariki = Children’s writings
• Tūponotanga = Probability
• Wahapū = Estuaries
• Waiata tohutohu = Instructional songs
Te mahi whakahou / Changes to existing terms
• The scope of the term Toki has been redefined to encompass different types of adzes used for gardening, carving, warfare and other ceremonial purposes
• The terms relating to fiction and non-fiction have been expanded. New terms include Kōrero pono mā te pakeke (adult non-fiction), Kōrero pono mā te tamariki (children's non-fiction), and Tuhinga nā te hunga tamariki, which is used to identify writings by children.
• Several new terms relating to safety have been created. These include Haumaru wai, or water safety, and Haumaru ahi, the term for fire safety. Also in the area of fire services and fire safety, terms have been added for fire fighting, Patu ahi, and fire prevention, Ārai i te ahi.
• A range of terms have been added in response to requests relating to educational resources. New terms in the area of Pangarau (mathematics) include Pātengi raraunga (databases), Āhua (shapes), Tūponotanga (probability) and Tātari raraunga, or data analysis. New terms in the area of environmental studies include Ākau pōhatuhatu (the rocky shore), Mātauranga taupuhi kaiao wai (aquatic ecology), and Kounga o te wai, or water quality.
• Reflecting changes in technology, two new terms have been added to describe blogs, Rangitaki and social media, Pae pāpāho pāpori. Terms have also been created to encompass digital learning, Ako-ā-matihiko, and computer-assisted instruction, Ako-ā-rorohiko.
• New terms relating to roles or occupations have been added, such as Kaikuti hipi (shearers), Kaitākaro whutupōro (rugby players), Ringawera (kitchen volunteers) and Ōpango, the term for All Blacks.
• A new term has been added for Tuakoka, or poverty.
• A new term has been added for Te Pakanga Tuatahi o Te Ao, the First World War.
If you have any questions, or potential terms you want to suggest, please email reo at dia.govt.nz<mailto:reo at dia.govt.nz>
Nā ngā kaimahi o Te Whakakaokao
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