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Aboriginal Language-Learning in Cyberspace: A Typology of Language-Related Web Sites and Their Potential Uses
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Canadian Journal of Native Education Volume 24, Number 2, ISSN 0710-1481

Abstract

The literature on language diversity, linguistic human rights, and language renewal is reviewed, and Web sites dedicated to Aboriginal languages are examined. The Internet provides a resource center where grammars, lexicons, fonts, and other resources can be developed; a means of learning languages; and a medium for communicating in Aboriginal languages. (Contains 35 references and 18 Web sites.) (TD)

Citation

Yeoman, E. (2000). Aboriginal Language-Learning in Cyberspace: A Typology of Language-Related Web Sites and Their Potential Uses. Canadian Journal of Native Education, 24(2), 120. Retrieved January 24, 2022 from .

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