Monthly Archives: June 2011

IAD Press

IAD Press is an Indigenous publishing house based in Alice Springs. It has been operating since the early 1970s has published a selection of Australian language resources such as dictionaries and learning guides as well as books that cover topics … Continue reading

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Gathang revitalisation and TAFE course

This article from the Manning River Times discusses the revitalisation of the Gathang language, resulting in a Gathang dictionary and TAFE course that is taught at Taree and Great Lakes. Gathang is the traditional language of the people known as the … Continue reading

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Kimberly Language Resource Centre

The Kimberly Language Resource Centre was established in 1985 and claims to be the first regional language centre in Australia. It is based in Halls Creek, WA. Although specific language information on the website is yet to come, there is … Continue reading

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Katherine Regional Language Centre.

Established in 1992, the Katherine Regional Language Centre operates out of Katherine, NT. The Katherine region covers an area  of 600,ooo square kilometres and has about 32 traditional languages as well Kriol. The language centre focuses on research and documentation of the languages, facilitation … Continue reading

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Yolngu Language Learning Resources

Following on from my last post about learning Yolngu through Charles Darwin University, here are some more resources for learning Yolngu at your own pace. The Aboriginal Resource and Development Services (ARDS) have a whole lot of books, tapes and … Continue reading

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