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Arandec endangered languages project (AELP)

 

Overview

This project aims to develop a web-based sign language dictionary and related learning resources. The aim is to create films and audio books of performance arts and related areas of cultural knowledge and practice.

This Arandec endangered languages project (AELP) involves a partnership between linguists and community members in the central Australian region and supports local community language teams in participatory language documentation and resource development in a range of media.

The project is funded by the Australian Federal Government's Indigenous languages program, and is in partnership with the University of Queensland and the University of Melbourne.

Abstract adapted from the Batchelor Institute for Indigenous Tertiary Education

Contacts

Margaret Carew
Batchelor Institute of Indigenous Tertiary Education
c/o Batchelor Post Office
Batchelor NT 0845
Ph: (08) 8939 7111
Fax: (08) 8939 7100
Email: enquiries@batchelor.edu.au
Email: margaret.carew@batchelor.edu.au

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Last updated: 11 September 2013
 
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