Here you will find examples of ways from around the world, in which community language based reources are being delivered on the web
Chinese Virtual Community Centre SBS The Virtual Community Centre (sbs.com.au/chinese) is an innovative multiplatform hub, featuring both SBS and user generated videos, audio and text. It is a place to share stories and opinions on life in Australia, from a Chinese Australian perspective.
Multilingual Web Project WC3 The MultilingualWeb project is exploring standards and best practices that support the creation, localization and use of multilingual web-based information. Through a series of workshops open to the public and various communication channels, they will spread information about what standards and best practices currently exist, and what gaps need to be filled.
Multilingual web site design Libraries and Archives Canada Since multilingual Web sites must deal with many languages it is important that the Web site be designed to easily accommodate them. There are several approaches to developing multicultural Web sites.
New communities emerging content Lo Bianco, N, Cunningham, A and McCombe, C Research on digital inclusion and language maintenance for Harari, Dinka and Karen communities in Melbourne.
WeSayWeSay helps non-linguists build a dictionary in their own language.