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  • Technology and Language Workshop

    As part of the Mobile Language Team’s continued work with the maintenance and revival of the Arabana language, the team headed out to Port Augusta…

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  • Aboriginal Songlines NAIDOC Week 2016

    Photo Credit: (ABC North & West: Michael Dulaney) As part of the celebrations surrounding NAIDOC Week 2016 the ABC took a look at Aboriginal Songlines…

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  • Adnyamathanha meeting for language sustainability

    On the weekend of the 7th and 8th of May, the Mobile Language Team held a 2-day meeting in Port Augusta for the Adnyamathanha community, to talk about…

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  • MLT supports workshops at the Far West Language Centre

    MLT’s Celeste Humphris travelled to the Far West Language Centre in Ceduna this week to work with a group of Mirning people on their language. Participants…

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  • Emergency language documentation for Pertame in Apatula community

    In April 2016 the Mobile Language Team worked with Maria Stewart and Jodie Clarkson of the Aboriginal Interpreter Service in the Northern Territory to…

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  • Emergency Lower Arrernte Recording at Macumba

    In April the Mobile Language Team undertook emergency field recordings of Lower (Southern) Arrernte at a number of locations in the Far North of South…

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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.

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