|Title:||A New Voice for Dying Languages: ABC Radio National interview with Mark Turin|
|Publisher:||ABC Radio National, Australia|
|Abstract:||Yes, the overall picture for indigenous language preservation is pretty bleak. But some highly driven people using modern technology are refusing to let some languages die. We’ll hear about the work of the World Oral Literature Project, which started in Nepal. And also Miromaa—a software program developed in Newcastle which is being used by indigenous communities around the world. For the whole programme, see URL accessed week of 12/03/2012: http://www.abc.net.au/radionational/programs/futuretense/a-new-voice-for-22dying22-languages/3886306|
|Description:||.mp3 and .wav versions of audio file; extract from radio programme|
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|Appears in Collections:||World Oral Literature Project Media & Outreach|
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