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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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  • Wangkangurru Language Revitalisation in Birdsville

    The MLT recently headed to Birdsville to work with the Crombie family (sisters Jean and Joyce and brother Jim) on developing a Wangkangurru language sentence…

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  • Barngarla in Pt Lincoln

    As part of the Mobile Language Teams work with the Barngarla Language we recently headed out to Pt Lincoln to discuss language resources and revitalisation…

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  • Service Providers Meeting in Oodnadatta

    During the last week of March the Mobile Language Team took part in a service providers meeting in the town of Oodnadatta to give input on the way services…

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  • MLT visits the Indigenous Literacy Foundation

    In March, Clayton from the MLT visited the Indigenous Literacy Foundation (ILF) in Sydney, in particular - Tina Raye, who works as a Program Manager for…

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  • Featuring on RN Word Up

    As part of ABC RN’s Indigenous culture program Awaye, Mobile Language Team Aboriginal Language Workers Karina Lester and Clayton Cruse recently featured…

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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.