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Endangered Languages Project shares my app list
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Endangered Languages Project shares my app list

A big thanks to the Endangered Languages Project (ELP) for reposting the list I compiled of indigenous language-learning smartphone apps. The project is supported by a coalition of groups around the world known as the Alliance for Linguistic Diversity. Google oversaw the development and launch of the project. According to their principle website, ELP … is an online resource … Continue reading

On set – and out bush – with PAW Media
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On set – and out bush – with PAW Media

The pioneering visual anthropologist Eric Michaels once said I got into media studies, as an anthropologist, because I believed the media were the belly of the beast, and because I thought TV was central to the creation of the extraordinary contradictions that plagued the contemporary world. I remember this quote as members of PAW Media … Continue reading

Indigenous Tech and Media News Roundup: Aboriginal Day Edition
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Indigenous Tech and Media News Roundup: Aboriginal Day Edition

Happy (late) Canadian Aboriginal Day which our northern neighbors celebrated 21 June. Here’s a roundup of indigenous tech and media in the news, categorized by media type. GAMING AND SOFTWARE DEVELOPMENT Apple’s 2013 Developer video features an indigenous-owned mobile app development group that I profiled here and at Rising Voices. It’s a beautiful video that … Continue reading