The Living Archive of Aboriginal Languages is a digital archive of endangered literature in Australian Indigenous languages from around the Northern Territory.


Click on the map to start looking at books

Click on a coloured section to see Languages
Click on a place marker to see Places

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MAP KEY:


TO CITE MATERIALS FOUND ON THE LIVING ARCHIVE:

Go to the book you wish to cite. Click on the button labelled +More

Copy and paste the information listed after Citation (note that not all books have complete details for a citation)

If you wish to add a link, the URL in the browser gives a unique link to that book.


TO CITE THE LIVING ARCHIVE PROJECT AS A WHOLE: 

Living Archive of Aboriginal Languages. (2012). Living Archive of Aboriginal Languages. [online] Available at: http://laal.cdu.edu.au/

(NOTE that https://livingarchive.cdu.edu.au/ is also a valid link but only goes to the project page rather than the Archive collection itself, so best to use the http://laal.cdu.edu.au/ link)


TO CITE ACADEMIC ARTICLES DESCRIBING THE LIVING ARCHIVE PROJECT:

Bow, Catherine, Michael Christie, and Brian Devlin. 2014. Developing a Living Archive of Aboriginal Languages. Language Documentation & Conservation 8. 345-360.  http://hdl.handle.net/10125/24612

(This is the most generally descriptive paper about the project in a peer-reviewed open access journal.)

Find more research articles on our Research page.

Version 1.0.0. | Design and implementation by Steven McPhillips.