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Technology In The Hawaiian Language Revitalization Movement

I was honored to be asked to speak to the Big Island Internet Society’s meeting yesterday, and was asked to put together a list of links to pages and articles that provided more information on these topics. So here are a few:

  • Wired Magazine artice on our early efforts to establish Leokī
  • Kualono – website of Ka Haka ‘Ula College of Hawaiian Language
  • Ulukau– the Hawaiian Digital Library
  • ‘Aha Pūnana Leo’s Niuolahiki online class website
  • Unicode and Hawaiian Language
  • ‘Ōlelo Hawai‘i – A Rich Oral History, A Bright Digital Future – Article from Cultural Survival Quarterly
  • Leokī: A Powerful Voice of Hawaiian Language Revitalization– Article
  • Ke A‘o Ho’okeleka‘a‘ike – Hawaiian Language Instruction Via The Internet – Article
  • Hawaiian Language Support in OS X – from MacWorld
  • Hawaiian Language support on iPhone
  • Google Supports Hawaiian – from CNN.com
  • Mahalo to Larry Czerwonka for extending the invitation, and to everyone who attended.

    1 thought on “Technology In The Hawaiian Language Revitalization Movement”

    1. mahalo for the great talk. very informative and we were all inspired by all that you and others have done to help keep the hawaiian language alive.

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