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  • Yankunytjatjara Digitisation Project

    In 2014 the Mobile Language Team in cooperation with Yankunytjatjara people began a project to digitise and distribute a range of audio and visual materials…

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  • Adnyamathanha Traditional Lands Association (ATLA) Men’s Camp

      From the 8th – 10th May this year, the Adnyamathanha Traditional Lands Association (ATLA) held an Adnyamathanha Men’s Camp at Ikara…

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  • Digital Storytelling with Barngarla

    As part our the recent Barngarla family based workshop in Whyalla, the Mobile Language Team helped produce a Digital Story which is now available…

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  • MLT Hold Family-Based Digital Storytelling Workshop at Whyalla

    On the 23rd of April 2015 the Mobile Language Team held a family based digital storytelling workshop in Whyalla. MLT members Paul Monaghan and Celeste…

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  • The ‘Boomerang’ Tour of the Central Australian Women’s Choir

    In May the Central Australian Aboriginal Women's Choir will be embarking on their 'Boomerang' Tour of Germany. Before they depart for…

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  • Ngarrindjeri Language Class at Victor Harbour

    MLT Supports Ngarrindjeri Language Class at Victor Harbour

    In December Clayton Cruse participated in a Ngarrindjeri language class run at Victor Harbour High School. The MLT has supported this initiative to extend…

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Welcome

Welcome to the Mobile Language Team website. The Mobile Language Team (MLT) was established at the University of Adelaide in October 2009, and our MLT website went live at the end of 2011. Our website aims to provide information, contact details and answers to questions relating to the Aboriginal languages of the state of South Australia. We hope it becomes a favourite site for many of you.

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On the airways every Friday from 3-4pm.

On RADIO ADELAIDE 101.5 FM

Hear about Aboriginal language news, interviews, plus music and songs in language.
Hosted by the MLT Aboriginal Language Worker, Karina Lester

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