Atlas of the world’s languages in danger. [e-Book] Paris, Unesco, 2010
The interactive version of the Atlas of the World’s Languages in Danger includes the 2500 languages listed in this print version and provides for each of them additional data such as alternative names, countries, numbers of speakers, sources and corresponding ISO 639-3 codes.This free Internet-based version of the Atlas is interactive: the user can set various search parameters (vitality, country, number of speakers, name) to filter information on endangered languages and navigate using a dynamic map interface. All of this can be done in French, English or Spanish. Another fundamental feature of this tool allows any user – whether a linguist, a speaker of an endangered language or anyone with useful information on a particular endangered language – to submit comments and suggestions online, thus contributing to the ongoing updating of the digital Atlas and future print editions.