Today, Ayu Mandala, project director of basabali.org be a speaker in Sustainable Solutions Bali at Green School about BASAbali Wiki. Thank you @sustainablebali for having us #basabalikeren #basabaliwiki #basabali.org
From Asia Views, April 2, 2018… Once scoffing at Wikipedia, academics are slowly entertaining the idea that crowd-sourced knowledge might be a useful starting point for serious research as Wikipedia and other crowd-source platforms have “metamorphosed from gangly cultural interloper(s) into the de facto reference work of first resort.” Recent work by the Spatial History Project at Stanford[…]
BASAbali partners with government appointed “Language Ambassadors” and takes the wiki walking! Read more from this piece in MSBR magazine and learn about where the wiki has been going.
The digital tools that threaten local languages also offer potential to keep them alive.
Immediate relief efforts from the impending eruption of Mt Agung are already underway by the government, community, and by an incredible collaboration of NGOs. We will support these efforts now by providing a portion of these funds to transport children from evacuation camps to school. We are also targeting our fundraising efforts for several months[…]
How can plants be used to cure illnesses? Check out our medicinal plant initiative on the wiki!
With many thanks to the estate of Fred and Margaret Eiseman, we were given access to Fred’s papers. Funding permitting, we’ll put as much of the dictionary works on the wiki dictionary (http://dictionary.basabali.org) as possible. The hard copy of the materials will be housed at Cornell University. If you can help enter data in the[…]
Lestarikan Bahasa Bali Terima kasih sudah meluangkan waktu anda untuk mejawab beberapa pertanyaan dibawah ini. Tujuan survey ini adalah membantu penelitian dengan upaya revitalisasi bahasa. Tolong beri contoh sesuatu yang anda pasang/unggah (post) atau berkomentar di LBB (Lestarikan Basa Bali). Bagaimana cara anda membuat komentar yang serupa tetapi dengan cara bertatap muka dengan[…]
Badung province decides to speak Balinese every Friday in schools and in all levels of government — the initiative of Gde Nala Antara and Ayu Mandala.
Our big news as we head into Galungan is that BASAbali is now part of Agung Rai’s ARMA Museum and Resort. From now on, we’ll be known as BASAbali @ ARMA. We’ll be working with ARMA to infuse more Balinese language into ARMA’s many cultural offerings — Balinese dance performances, art and gamelan classes, lectures on[…]