From Language Magazine:
The Pangloss Collection, an open archive containing more than 3600 audio and video recordings in 170 languages from across all continents, is now being revamped with a new website.
Examples from the archive include stories and songs in Xârâgurè (New Caledonia), conversations and tales in Kakabe (Guinea), and cooking recipes in Koyi rai (Nepal) and Na-našu (Italy)—a total of 780 hours of listening.
In order to be more accessible to the general public, who can freely listen to and download these precious documents and hereby get a sense for the world’s linguistic diversity, the redesigned pangloss.cnrs.fr website can now be consulted via two levels of access. As the content is largely under a Creative Commons license, it is available for use in museographic projects or audio creations.