E-Learning in Endangered Language Documentation and Revitalization

@inproceedings{Rau2008ELearningIE,
  title={E-Learning in Endangered Language Documentation and Revitalization},
  author={D. Victoria Rau and Meng-Chien Yang},
  year={2008}
}
This paper analyzes the application of e-learning in the revitalization of endangered languages. It outlines the areas in which e-learning is efficacious, the attitudes of the indigenous language teachers to e-learning, the feelings of the Yami community toward this kind of pedagogy, and the reactions of the users, mostly young and adolescent learners of Yami. The findings are based on the results of surveys and in-depth studies in the Yami community and also on surveys made in a nation-wide… CONTINUE READING

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