March 31, 2011

Rosetta Stone’s Endangered Language Program

Rosetta Stone® founded its Endangered Language Program in 2004 to help stem the tide against language loss. Through this unique program we collaborate with indigenous groups around the world to develop Rosetta Stone software specifically designed to help revitalize these at-risk languages.

Groups sponsoring an Endangered Language Program project translate, adapt, and customize their edition of the software in conjunction with Rosetta Stone experts to make it culturally and linguistically relevant to their community. Sponsors retain ownership of the language materials developed during the project, and they gain exclusive sales and distribution rights over their finished edition.

Rosetta Stone established a corporate grant program in 2007 to remove financial barriers that prevent some communities from undertaking an Endangered Language Program project.

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