He Korowai Mātauranga is a resource to build capability within Waipapa Taumata Rau researchers and research support staff.
The term “rangahau” is currently used in Aotearoa New Zealand by many organisations and individuals to describe research undertaken by Māori or with a Māori focus. Royal (2004) has drawn our attention to the traditional linguistic use of the word “rangahau” to mean “seeking”, “questing” and “will to find”. Through examination of traditional literature, “rangahau” is likened to a quality found within the inquiring mind and questing spirit (Royal, 2004, p. 2).
Royal, C. (2004, May 27-28). Seeing the prism in the water, hearing the voice in the forest: Building research capacity and capability in Whare Wānanga. Paper presented to Hui Rangahau, Te Wānanga o Aotearoa, Te Awamutu.
Rauika Māngai: A guide to Vision Mātauranga – Lessons from Māori voices in the New Zealand science sector
This Guide provides a collection of perspectives and recommendations from Māori researchers and facilitators who work at the interface between the Māori and Scientific worlds.
This video provides some guidance from previous Marsden applicants and current panellists (Associate Professors Melinda Webber and Angela Wanhalla) on different approaches to "Vision Mātauranga".