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  • Barngarla Language Workshop in Whyalla

    In December the MLT in cooperation with the Barngarla Language Advisory Committee held a language workshop in Whyalla, increasing the number of community…

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  • Adnyamathanha Language Recording Trip

    In November, Clayton and Bea from the MLT travelled throughout Vulkathunha (Flinders and Gammon Ranges) recording Adnyamathanha people speaking their language.…

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  • Barngarla on the rise in Whyalla

    For Barngarla woman Anita Taylor, working on bringing Barngarla back to life from historical sources is her passion. Over the last five years she's…

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  • Encounter Lutheran College Visit

    In early November, MLT Aboriginal Language Worker Clayton Cruse visited the R-12 Encounter Lutheran College in Victor Harbour. Clayton chatted to 2 groups…

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  • Arabana Learning Lessons at Puliima 2017

    MLT staff have recently returned from presenting and participating at the biennial Puliima Indigenous Language and Technology Forum, which took place in…

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  • Arabana Pt Augusta Language Club

    The Arabana community in Pt Augusta has recently formed an Arabana language club, with the aim to share and learn language together. The sessions are facilitated…

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  • Oodnadatta Permanent Language Exhibition

    In late June the MLT along with members of the Oodnadatta community installed and launched a new language room at the Oodnadatta Railway Museum in Oodnadatta.…

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  • Bi-lingual language immersion

    As we move forward in finding ways to make Indigenous languages more widely used in communities around Australia, one things has emerged as a clear decisive…

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The Mobile Language Team website was established in 2009 to provide online resources and news for indigenous languages in and around the South Australian region. It provides links to online resources, language information and a general point of contact for indigenous languages in South Australia. The Mobile Language Team aims to help with the documentation, revitalisation and maintenance of languages in the region.