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NATHPO - Organizing Cultural Content Using FLEx | AILDI - American Indian Language Development Institute

NATHPO - Organizing Cultural Content Using FLEx

Presented by the American Indian Language Development Institute
Monday, August 29, 2016

Location: Sky Ute Casino Resort, Ignacio, Colorado

This workshop is a pre-conference activity being held in conjunction with the annual meeting of the National Association of Tribal Historic Preservation Officers. The NATHPO conference is being held in Ignacio, Colorado on the Southern Ute Indian reservation. For more information on the NATHPO conference, go to http://nathpo.org/conferences/nathpo-conferences/.

FLEx is a free, downloadable software that can be used to create glossaries, dictionaries or handbooks. FLEx can isolate words or descriptions from texts and documents that can be organized into manuals or other resource materials. Photos or maps can also be inserted to provide visual content. If you have oral histories (written or digital), or documents that may contain information about culturally significant sites or language recordings and texts this workshop will provide a hands-on opportunity for using FleX. A laptop is required.

After you have registered you will receive the link for the free download. Registraton is closed.

Instructor: Stacey Oberly (Southern Ute) Ph.D
Registration fee: $100 (Now payable by cash, check or money order on the day of the workshop)
Payment can be made by check or money order payable to the University of Arizona - AILDI. Submit payment to:

University of Arizona
College of Education Room 517
PO Box 210069
Tucson, AZ 85721.

For hotel information click here.

For more information contact Alyce Sadongei
American Indian Language Development Institute (AILDI)