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The popular “Aboriginal Language Online Dictionary” e-happy learning aboriginal language

  • 更新時間:2016/07/19 10:31:16

To promote the “Aboriginal Language Online Dictionary” (http://e-dictionary.apc.gov.tw), the Council of Indigenous Peoples will organize a total of 10 sessions of “Regional Promoting Seminar” nationwide from  March 13 to  April 30, including Nantou Puli, Hualian Ji An, Hualian Rueisuei, Kaohsiung Taoyuan, Kaohsiung Zuoying, Taoyuan Dasi, Taichung, Pingtung Neibu, Taichung Nantun and Taipei Xindian, with the aim to introduce this online dictionary to more aboriginals and public.   


  In order to promote the sustainability of the language of all ethnic languages for inheritance purpose, the council will digitize all the 16 aboriginals dictionaries, in which 7 dictionaries have been digitized in 2012. This year nine aboriginal dictionaries were added, which make up a total of 16 aboriginal dictionaries all online. Besides, in response to the popularization of the mobile devices such Smartphone and Tablets, a mobile site of aboriginal language online dictionary has also been created, to enable the learning, searching, listening, reading, sharing and other functions of aboriginal languages to be carried out anywhere. Thus, the aboriginal language online dictionary is expected to become the important way of promoting, teaching, researching and learning all aboriginal languages as well as attracting more public interest in learning and understand the languages and culture of aboThe Regional Promoting Seminar will go deep into the tribes, in contact with the public, the focus and explain the various functions and benefits of Aboriginal Language Online Dictionary, giving aboriginals a better understanding of the website structure, routes, contents, functional operation and way of using it as well as providing demo, with the hope that the aboriginal and public can use this dictionary practically, starting from small group and spreading gradually.  It is also of utmost important to seek the opinion and comment of aboriginals on the purpose and content of the dictionary after using it so as to keep is as a reference for content improvement purpose in the future and to return the final decision of using aboriginal language to the aboriginals.

The event information and registration details for each session can be viewed in the website of Aboriginal Language Online Dictionary –Registration for Regional Promoting Briefing session (http://goo.gl/forms/y67XWwa83Z), or contact Mr. Lee, phone number 02-29230598 extension 24. Welcome to join our e-happy learning aboriginal language.