Fwd: [RNLD] re: Suggested Mobile Phone Apps

Nick Thieberger thien at unimelb.edu.au
Fri Mar 13 21:48:57 UTC 2015

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From: Stephen Morey <S.Morey at latrobe.edu.au>
Date: 30 November 2014 at 16:01
Subject: [RNLD] re: Suggested Mobile Phone Apps
To: "r-n-l-d at lists.unimelb.edu.au" <r-n-l-d at lists.unimelb.edu.au>

 Dear RNLD list,

 I have relatively recently purchased a Samsung Galaxy III phone, mainly so
that I can discuss with community members the kinds of on-line APPs that we
might be able to use for language development.

 I'm wondering if people have ideas of APPs that I should get, free ones,
to show people what can be done. I have already downloaded MA IWAIDJA so
that will give people a chance to see how a mobile phone dictionary could
work. I'm not very mobile phone savvy, so I haven't searched for other
things yet and wondered whether people have got suggestions of things that
might be appealing to the language communities (in this case on the
India-Myanmar border).



   Stephen Morey
Australian Research Council Future Fellow
Centre for Research on Language Diversity
La Trobe University

Language data website: http://sealang.net/assam
Dictionary websites: http://sealang.net/ahom;  http://sealang.net/singpho;

Linguistic data archived at::
DoBeS:  http://www.mpi.nl/DoBeS and follow a link to projects, then Tangsa,
Tai and Singpho in North East India
ELAR: http://elar.soas.ac.uk
PARADISEC:  http://www.paradisec.org.au

North East Indian Linguistics Society: http://sealang.net/neils
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