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Tavrapiallak! Aarigaa akimagaviñ, John Baker!

There’s lots of celebrating going on above the Arctic Circle in Alaska. The record for the Iditarod Trail Sled Dog Race was broken on March 15, 2011, by Alaska Native…

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Bits of Red Yarn

Almost 30 percent of customers we’ve surveyed are motivated to use Rosetta Stone software to help them prepare for a trip to another country. During my recent vacation to Peru,…

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From the Endangered Language Program: Navajo Release

We are excited to announce the release of our sixth Rosetta Stone Endangered Language Program product — the Navajo-language version of Rosetta Stone software for use by Navajo in language…

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Marion’s Picks: Code Talkers and other Native Language Stories

If you’re interested in indigenous languages and cultures, have a look at a few of my favorite resources on the web: Native Words, Native Warriors Learn more about the history…

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Lickity Split Says Cheese

The Rosetta Stone software produced by our Endangered Language Program possesses a unique goal. It attempts to portray the people, culture and geography of an endangered language in a way…

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Making a Difference

“Every language is an old-growth forest of the mind.” – Wade Davis A company like Rosetta Stone is, at its heart, made up of the people that work within it…

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Connecting Across Hemispheres

What a pleasure it was to meet with a group of six indigenous leaders from Latin America last week. The group is participating in the International Visitor Leadership Program sponsored…

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