The Living Archive of Aboriginal Languages is a digital archive of endangered literature in Australian Indigenous languages of the Northern Territory.
This is a living archive, with connections to the people and communities where the books were created. This will allow for collaborative research work with the Indigenous authorities and communities.
- 13-14 September 2017 Living Archive presented at the Australian Council for Adult Literacy national conference in Darwin.
- 28 Nov 2016 New article published on “Using authentic language resources to incorporate Indigenous knowledges across the Australian Curriculum”
- 15 July 2016 Read our latest newsletter
- 26 May 2016 CDU Library Technology Team awarded the Australian Library and Information Association NT Recognition Award
- 5 May 2016 Academic expert calls the Living Archive “an extremely useful research tool”
- 9 Feb 2016 Project presented at VALA2016 conference on “Libraries, Technologies and the Future” in Melbourne – see the paper here
- 6 Feb 2016 Project featured on ABC Radio National’s AWAYE! Aboriginal arts and culture program
- 1 Feb 2016 Global Voices features the case study of our project from the Angkety Map Digital resource report from First Languages Australia
- 24 Dec 2015 NITV reports on Christmas stories in Aboriginal Languages
- Dec 2015 Our #LAALcomp Digital Story Competition is over for 2015. You can read a report about how it went, and view all the entries.
- 18 Dec 2015 Our latest newsletter is released!
- 9 Dec 2015 LAAL is represented at the Australian Linguistics Society Conference 2015 at Western Sydney University
- Oct 2015 LAAL is represented at Puliima the National Indigenous Language and Technology Forum in Melbourne
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In the spirit of respect, the Living Archive of Aboriginal Languages acknowledges the traditional owners of the land and seas of Australia, of elders past and present on whose land we work.