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italk Library

 

Description

The italk library is an educational resources website established to assist with communication between a range of culturally and linguistically diverse communities. italk aims to share knowledge that supports the first languages and learning styles of all those who learn visually and orally and remove the barriers to literacy by making information accessible to all.

italk collaborates with clients in the private and public sectors, creating learning opportunities by integrating traditional storytelling and modern technology.

Categories include but not limited to:

italk work with local language speakers to develop stories that are spoken in plain English and in the first languages of the target audiences.

Indigenous language include:

Abstract adapted from italk library

Contacts

italk library
2 Meuller Street
East Side
Alice Springs NT 0870

Darwin studio - Michael Roseth
Shop 4, 1 Eric Street
Alawa NT 0810
Ph: 0404 152 404
Email: michael@italklibrary.com

Alice Springs studio - Christopher Brocklebank
Ph: 0408 899 121
Email: christopher@italklibrary.com

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Last updated: 2 November 2016
 
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