Archive for the ‘sound files’ Category

Ktunaxa on the Internet

4 May 2012

Two days ago, Al Jazeera posted a great story on how the Ktunaxa are using the Internet and the FirstVoices website to revitalize their language, Kutenai (kut). It includes a 22-minute video. Canada: The Ktunaxa 

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LiveAndTell – crowdsourcing languages

1 July 2011

Biagio Arobba has created a website named LiveAndTell as a way for people to post pictures with accompanying sound files and sentences. He is also a contributor to his website, as demonstrated by his Lakota (lkt) examples at “My everyday Lakota language practice.”

Read more about the site in the article “LiveAndTell, a Crowdsourced Quest to Save Native American Languages” on the Fast Company website.