Wiki for Indigenous Languages (WIL)
sets a new course because by being a wiki, the site is user-driven.
We are practically unlimited in our ability to add features over time, such as edits to previous dictionary entries, photos, audio clips of pronunciations, and even video clips.
The Wiki for Indigenous Languages aims to help tribal communities and individual members who want to revitalize their languages and access linguistic resources.
We offer digital humanities scholars an innovative approach to using web-based resources in order to promote literacy and promote cross-cultural engagement.
We are uniquely matching our methodology of relying on a user-driven and open source tool to put language vitality squarely in the hands of the language learners, teachers and interested speakers.
Our Wiki for Indigenous Languages empowers people to shape the digital technology as best suits their changing, practical needs.
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