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Indigenous people around the world are exploring apps to preserve and promote language, culture and knowledge.
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Iqaluit filmmaker Qajaaq Ellsworth’s new app and educational game, Iliarnnarnaqsivuq, or Time for School, is designed to encourage learning among Inuit youngsters. Users choose an avatar, like the ones pictured here, to walk through a day at school, starting from dressing in warm Arctic gear, eating a nutritious breakfast and choosing a safe route to get to school.

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NEWS: New Inuit language app makes learning fun for little ones

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Yugambeh Museum has recently launched Queensland's First Aboriginal Language App for Apple & Android. Yugambeh is the Australian Aboriginal language from the Gold Coast, Logan and Scenic Rim regions in Queensland.

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Yugambeh Museum

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100 year old letters, surveys and more containing 88 Aboriginal languages from across Australia have been collated in an interactive digital project b...

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Easily Find Aboriginal Place Names With This Interactive Digital Map

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Read reviews, compare customer ratings, see screenshots, and learn more about Ngurrara - Australian Aboriginal Interactive Storybook. Download Ngurrara - Australian Aboriginal Interactive Storybook and enjoy it on your iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.

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Ngurrara - Australian Aboriginal Interactive Storybook on the App Store

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Indigitization | Toolkit for the Digitization of First Nations Knowledge

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Discover the history & culture of Aboriginal Sydney with these self-guided audio-supported tours, covering heritage & rock art sites, as well as contemporary Australian Indigenous places of significance.

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Indigitization | Toolkit for the Digitization of First Nations Knowledge

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English To Paakantyi Translator is a unique app that allows the user to learn Paakantyi language by hearing a Paakantyi woman speaking when selecting a button. The app allows family who have moved away from their country to remain connected.

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The Ma! Iwaidja smartphone app has been developed as part of the Minjilang Endangered Languages Publication Project. The project team on Croker Island in remote Northwestern Arnhem Land, worked with Bruce Birch, a linguist from the Australian National University to develop the app.

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A flash card language app developed by the Northern Territory Library comprising everyday words and phrases in Anindilyakwa and English.

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