Links to Saami resources on the web

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Links to Saami resources on the web

Postby nighean-neonach » 2007-12-16, 19:51

Hello everyone, this is a choice of resources that might be interesting for learners and lurkers :) Before you ask for online courses etc. - please have a look in here, maybe the things you are looking for are already listed here.
Please feel free to suggest more links, just post them below and we'll have a look at them and sort them into this list here :)



Online courses:

http://www4.ur.se/gulahalan/
http://www.ur.se/ur/sok/frameset_web.html?/samasta (Lule Saami!)


Online dictionaries and grammar help:

http://www.uta.fi/~km56049/same/svocab.html (rather basic wordlist)
http://www.risten.no/exist/risten/index.html
http://giellatekno.uit.no/cgi/p-sme.eng.html


Online audio/video media:

http://www.nrk.no/sami/ (Norway)
http://sr.se/cgi-bin/sameradion/index.asp (Sweden)
http://www.yle.fi/samiradio/ (Finland)


Newspapers / other reading:

http://www.minaigi.no/
http://www.samediggi.fi/vanha/oktavuohta/en/index.htm
http://www.skuvla.info


Book shops / publishers:

http://www.karabok.no
http://www.dat.net
http://www.davvi.no/
http://www.calliidlagadus.org/samegillii/


Universities, research departments, etc.:

http://www.sami.uit.no/index.html (Tromsø)
http://www.oulu.fi/giellagas/ (Oulu)
http://www.samiskhs.no/ (Kautokeino)


Politics:

http://www.samediggi.no
http://www.samediggi.fi/
http://www.sametinget.se


Web catalogue:

http://deatnu.net/


Saami culture in general:

http://podiobooks.com/title/god-wears-m ... ure-in-poe
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Postby Steisi » 2008-03-29, 21:03

Found this today, I'll leave it to nighean-neonach to post it in the Greenlandic forum if she wants it there too, I don't want to flood the place :D

http://unesdoc.unesco.org/images/0008/000861/086162e.pdf

It's called Arctic Languages: An Awakening, ed: Dirmid R. F. Collis. ISBN 92-3-102661-5
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Postby Steisi » 2008-04-09, 14:05

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Postby Steisi » 2008-04-09, 18:41

http://www.citysamit.net/

Though I resent the idea of having to pay more to be a supporter :roll:
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Postby Steisi » 2008-06-22, 18:36

http://areena.yle.fi/hae?pid=832094

Children's series "Unna Junná" from YLE.
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Postby Sean of the Dead » 2009-05-18, 4:51

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Postby nighean-neonach » 2009-05-18, 7:21

This thread was meant for links... please ask your question elsewhere, I don't like it getting all messed up here :)
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Postby Duiskanieida » 2010-01-13, 19:19

New site for Sámi children: http://www.ur.se/cugu/
Including some games to learn vocabulary. :D
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Postby yangbowen » 2010-01-14, 1:22

Another site for children from ur.se with games you can play in Northern Sami: http://www.ur.se/bondgarden/

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Postby Duiskanieida » 2010-01-14, 10:08

Olu giitu, I didn't know that one before. :D
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Re: Links to Saami resources on the web

Postby yangbowen » 2010-02-12, 0:07

Fárru: http://www.davvi.no/eGirji/642/index.php?a=01

A website containing information about various Sami authors, excerpts from their works, accompanying audio files, and comprehension exercises. Only in Sami.

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Re: Links to Saami resources on the web

Postby corcaighist » 2010-04-14, 20:16

A website for learning vocabulary in themes. Languages are American English, Swedish and Northern Sami. Includes audio, text and pictures.

http://lexin.nada.kth.se/lang/trio/ns/nordsamiska.htm

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Postby E}{pugnator » 2010-06-13, 16:32

Has everyone got the Davvin book? I know where to get it.
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Postby Sean of the Dead » 2010-06-13, 17:29

IF you mean what I think you're talking about, they only have the first book. :P
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Postby E}{pugnator » 2010-06-13, 18:07

Yeah, better than nothing :silly:
That grammar they have is not bad either
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Re: Links to Saami resources on the web

Postby hcholm » 2010-06-23, 7:46

The Norwegian weather site yr.no is now translated to North Saami: http://www.yr.no/. Many place names are translated, some even declined.

News articles are in Norwegian, but there are about 40.000.000 forecast pages in Saami. That should make this the "biggest" Saami site ever ...

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Re: Links to Saami resources on the web

Postby chung » 2011-07-08, 0:19

Collection of learning material on Inari Saami hosted by Ivalo Upper Secondary School. Material is meant for speakers of Finnish.

Highlights include reading material with exercises, notes on grammar, old university exams, language textbook with audio and exercises and media articles from various sources with wordlists sorted by source instead of the articles themselves.

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Re: Links to Saami resources on the web

Postby chung » 2011-07-12, 15:21

Two e-books for Norwegian kids with animation and recordings in Northern Saami:

Boađe mu mielde! and Bures boahtin!

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Re: Links to Saami resources on the web

Postby Ciqala » 2011-12-13, 11:06

Hello there,

I'm from Germany and i need a translation for a hole phrase which is
"life is beautiful" in northern sami. Unfortunately i just can find translation-programs
for single words...
Can someone help me please, it´s really important to me!

Thanks in advance :)


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