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View Resource NativeWeb site and mailing list

NativeWeb, a rich source of information and documents about indigenous peoples, has moved to a new location and has been expanded since we reported on it last year. The site seeks to "provide a cyber-place for Earth's indigenous peoples." The site at present provides pointers to North and South American indigenous peoples' resources, and promises in future to provide sources for Asia and Africa....

http://www.nativeweb.org/
View Resource Center for Multilingual Multicultural Research

At the heart of the University of Southern California's Center for Multilingual Multicultural Research site are its annotated links to resources in eleven topical categories, including paraeducator resources, bilingual and multicultural resources, and technology in education resources. In addition, there are annotated links to African-American, Latino/Hispanic American, Asian-American, and Native...

http://cmmr.usc.edu//
View Resource Measuring Linguistic Diversity on the Internet

From online dating to scholarly collaborations, the web facilitates millions of interactions between distant groups of people every day. One question recently posed by the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) was this: What languages are being used in all of this online activity? A good question to be sure, and this important document is the result of their...

http://unesdoc.unesco.org/images/0014/001421/142186e.pdf
View Resource NativeWeb

A number of websites are dedicated to providing information about various groups and organizations, and NativeWeb just happens to be one of the best known sites dedicated “to disseminating information from and about indigenous nations, peoples, and organizations around the world.” For the past ten years, the site has grown tremendously, and it functions as a very nice clearinghouse for materials...

http://www.nativeweb.org/
View Resource Invisible Culture Screenshot

What is invisible culture? In this instance, it is an electronic journal produced by the Visual & Cultural Studies graduate program within the Art and Art History Department at the University of Rochester. The journal was founded in 1998 under the editorship of Mario Caro and edited by a host of talented individuals since then. Currently, there are nineteen issues available online, including...

https://urresearch.rochester.edu/viewInstitutionalCollection...