To translate this blog

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Afrikaans Albanian Arabic Armenian
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Filipino Finnish French Galician
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Converging ICTs, multidisciplinarity, making knowledge and making meaning.

4 Responses to To translate this blog

  1. You’re unquestionably correct with this blog post.

  2. simonfj says:

    Limited list, bah! That’s just terrific.

    Gotta question though.One of the things I’m interested in is coming up with a directory for global subject/disciplinary groups. They call them ‘external’ groups at INternet2.
    http://www.internet2.edu/comanage/

    Taking that a bunch of NREN network managers can come up with federated log in to a group’s members’ space and integrate a number of “common services” http://www.aaf.edu.au/technical/common-services/
    could librarians com up with the directory?

    • Dear simonfj
      I am happy that you think the translation options are sufficient! More importantly, you have raised a very exciting and useful idea, which may be our first collaborative project. I have briefly examined the internet2 and aaf sites, and I am confident that librarians – together with records managers, archivists and museum people – will be able to work on this. I will set up another Wallwisher page, and announce it in a separate post, so that it is not missed.
      Thanks so much for this brilliant suggestion.
      All the best
      Sue

  3. Sorry about the limited list. I hope Google get onto more languages: for example, they seem to think that all Africans speak Swahili. But some is better than none.

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