From the Endangered Language Program: Navajo Release

Navajo childrenWe 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 revitalization. The product includes custom Navajo content, made possible by the contributions of more than one hundred Navajo, who provided language expertise, photos, audio recordings and logistical and cultural support.

We invite you to visit here for a free online demo of the software. Stay tuned for a behind the scenes blog post on the process of making this product a reality!

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Marion Bittinger

Marion was fascinated with languages from an early age, and has been learning ever since. She is a 1979 Modern Languages graduate of Elizabethtown College; and 1981 graduate of the University of Wisconsin-Madison, with an M.A. degree in Ibero-American Studies. Teaching Spanish occupied the early years of her professional life, but she’s been a part of the Rosetta Stone family since 2003. Marion loves to travel and read, and would love to learn the endangered language of her own heritage, Pennsylvania Dutch.
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