We would like to remind our readers that we need your collaboration: Send us details about your own research, conference papers, publications, word lists, recordings, reviews, websites or anything else on Chadic you find interesting and want to share.
You may also contribute to our Chadic links collection. At http://del.icio.us/chadicnewsletter you can find hundreds of links to information on Chadic languages, articles, books, audio files etc. If you want to add your own links, all you have to do is open up an account at del.icio.us, post your links there and include a “Chadic” tag. Or else, send us your links and we will add it to our own collection.
On our contact page you can find details about how to reach us.
BTW: If you haven’t heard about “social bookmarking”, “tags” and “del.icio.us”, you can get further information on their help page.
I have started collecting my own list, using the social bookmarking service Del.icio.us.
In one of the first posts, I mentioned Web resources for African Languages, a private website run by Jouni F. Maho. There, one can find links to online materials on many Chadic languages, including articles, dictionaries, sound files and word lists. It is organised by subgroups and languages and it keeps growing. If you look for any Chadic online materials, it is the first place to check.
I have started collecting my own list, using the social bookmarking service Del.icio.us. My own Chadic links can be found at http://del.icio.us/chadicnewsletter.
Maybe you have already noticed the new section titled “Chadic Links“. Feel free to contribute to this list. In order to do this, all you have to do is open an account with Del.icio.us (which is free of charge) and save your own Chadic links there. It would be great if we could build up a larger collection together.
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