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This short story has been produced for the Royal Commission into the Protection and Detention of Children in the Northern Territory.

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Educational videos

Videos

We turn your message into a dynamic illustrated and animated story – in any number of languages you want.

In this age of shortening attention spans, short animated ‘story videos’ are the answer. And, in this society of multiculturalism, having a choice of language puts your message at the top of many minds.

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iTalk Bilingual Stories app

Audio Visual eBooks

The italk AVeBook platform
(via our italk Bilingual Stories App) can be used to:

  • View the bilingual stories in italk Library
  • Translate existing stories into your language (if not there already)
  • Make your own bilingual stories from scratch
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iTalk Training

Training

Hire our trainers (or hire us to train your trainer) so your group can make their own audio/visual ebooks on our italk Bilingual Stories app.

Creating your own av ebook as a
training group will enhance Connection,
Creativity, IT Skills, Pro-activity,
Articulation, Language development,
Public access, Future focus

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Free videos at italk Library

We have videos you can use for FREE
in your training and educational material.
Visit the italk Library, or YouTube channel

Don’t have your message here?

We can help you make it. Let’s talk

italk Bilingual Stories app

Hear the italk video in English
and in other languages

Do we have the VIDEO you need
but not the LANGUAGE?

We can add the language for you
– or YOU CAN DO IT
using our bilingual story app!

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“We made a suite of videos about Autism. One story had seven different language versions.Working with italk was so easy. They really guided us through the process, and helped us understand exactly what messages we wanted to communicate. Most importantly, the videos have real impact.”
Lee Casuscelli, National Manager, Positive Partnerships, Autism Spectrum Australia
“We’ve produced a number of videos and stories with italk over several years. Amity use them as gambling education resources – and they’ve had a remarkable life of their own as many organisations and individuals watch them to help understand and work with issues of problem gambling. Amity and italk have collaborated to produce a diverse range of videos and stories over many years. Amity use them as gambling education resources – and notice they’ve had a remarkable life of their own as organisations and individuals tell us they watch them to assist in understanding and working with issues surrounding gambling.”
Nicola Coalter, Deputy Executive Officer, Amity Community Services Inc.
“It was italk’s brilliant idea to produce a resource that uses humour and song as a way to communicate crocodile safety awareness messages. The Kriol version of the song went viral. And they produced the spoken messages in five Aboriginal languages. So the Be Crocwise safety messages had impact across our Top End remote communities and beyond.”
Mark Crummy, Director of Tourism and Visitor Engagement, The Parks and Wildlife Commission of the Northern Territory
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