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Technology Makes a Splash in Native Language and Native Studies Programs

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(L-R); Native Language Students at St. James Catholic Elementary School, Summer Corbiere, Ashley Mandamin, and Kachina Reynish, use technology on a daily basis to gain a better understanding of the Ojibwe language.

July 30, 2009 - Media Creation Technology Kits have been introduced into all Native Studies and Native Language classes in the Sudbury Catholic District School Board. The kits include student and teacher laptops, in-focus projectors, digital still cameras, digital video cameras, wireless microphones and wireless internet capabilities as well as many more multi media components used in the creation of movies, slide shows, podcasts and web page creations.

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