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Media Activity

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Puliima Media Activity


National Indigenous Television (NITV) - How technology is saving Indigenous languages

12th November 2015

"Language is a precious asset, a commodity that many are doing their utmost to preserve. NITV looks at how one Newcastle-based organisation united 240 passionate experts from across the globe in a bid to help to save Indigenous languages worldwide."

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Living Archive of Aboriginal Languages - Report from project managaer Cathy Bow

23rd October 2015

"The fifth biennial Puliima National Indigenous Language & Technology Forum was held in Melbourne last week. This is an amazing opportunity to bring together interested practitioners from around the country to share ideas and tools, projects and encouragement.  The forum has a very relaxed feel, with opportunities to ‘show and tell’ about interesting projects and make connections with people across this close-knit but welcoming community. There were over 230 people attending from around Australia and some visitors from overseas..."

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Koori Mail - Map helps preserve languages

 21st October 2015


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 Blog posted on 'Backstage at the IDX hub' by Grant Young from the National Centre of Indigenous Excellence

30th October 2015

"This time last week, April Long and myself had the pleasure of attending day 2 of the Puliima Languages and Technology conference in Melbourne. The conference brought together a number of practitioners from across the country to share their activities and learnings in relation to the transmission and preservation of language, an essential component of Living Culture..."

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Victorian Aboriginal Corporation for Languages News - An inspiring week at Puliima

23rd October 2015

"The Puliima National Indigenous Language and Technology Forum took place in Melbourne this month. The event attracted over 230 people from nations across Australia as well as international guests. Energy and enthusiasm filed the William Angliss Institute as participants exchanged ideas and shared passion for language and culture..."

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Muurrbay Website News on Puliima 2015

20th October 2015

"Puliima 2015, was the fifth Indigenous Language and Technology conference, held this October 12th-16th in Melbourne, Victoria. Puliima is a biennial event aimed at bringing people together from all over Australia to explore pioneering project ideas, exciting products and equipment that can be used in community based Indigenous languages projects. The Forum allows people to network with an inspirational group of people who all share a common ambition of preserving and celebrating the languages of your country..."

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 First Languages Australia website news - Young Champions at Puliima 2015

"It was a pleasure to be able to invite nine of our younger language champions to Puliima 2015. Each of the Young Champions gave an engaging presentation on the work they are doing in their communities. They also attended numerious Puliima sessions and participated in breakout work facilitated by Yugambeh woman, and Cadets Manager for the PCYC, Sally Baisden..."

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Blog Post - RUIL team delivers training at PULIIMA on how to create optimal digital recordings

13th October 2015

"On Monday 12th and Tuesday 13th October, RUIL team members Nick Thieberger, Rachel Nordlinger, Jill Vaughan, Hywel Stoakes and Brighde Collins delivered a training workshop on creating optimal digital recordings. This hands-on, practical workshop focused on developing skills to record and manage high quality language recordings..."

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Media Release - National Indigenous language conference showcasing the richness and diversity of Australia's original languages

8th October 2015

"...Presentations will cover topics such as: engaging the next generation of language learners; protecting rights and allowing access to indigenous language materials; rediscovering lost languages in library archives; teaching methods for indigenous languages and the launch of new language websites, maps and apps..."

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