The ELP Website Has Been Redesigned!

April 21, 2015
The Endangered Languages Project website is new and Improved!

The Endangered Languages Project has launched a new website (www.endangeredlanguages.com) to improve access to information and resources on endangered languages for a global audience of Indigenous language speakers and language experts. New website features let users browse resources by category, tag (or topic), format and most viewed. In addition, a new process for submitting materials make it easier to find a wide range of resources concerning the world’s endangered languages.

“Our goal is to create a collaborative online space where the world’s languages have a voice and where people of all audiences can share language information, resources and
connect with one another,” says Tracey Herbert, Executive Director of the First Peoples’ Cultural Council and Chair of the Endangered Languages Project Governance Council.

ELP is an FPCC project with global partners. It initially launched in June 2012 with start-up funding from Google.org.

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For more information, contact Shay Boechler, Endangered Languages Project Manager
Tel. (250) 652-5952 ext. 213
Email: shay@fpcc.ca

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