The Centre of Excellence for the Dynamics of Language is focussed on investigating how languages vary, how we learn them, how we process them and how they evolve.

A key aspect of our work is the use and development of cutting edge technologies to facilitate community access to primary records at the same time as curating them for research purposes. This site is a demonstrator of the technologies we’re developing. Links to the code are provided. To read more about what we do visit our main site.

All material is provided under a GNU/GPL General Public License


The projects shown in this site are led by Associate Professor Nick Thieberger and have been funded as part of the ARC Centre of Excellence for the Dynamics of Language (ARC grant CE140100041).

The primary developer of these applications is Dr Marco La Rosa.

Nyingarn, a platform for primary sources in Australian Indigenous languages