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Navajo Anki Deck Available

May 3, 2012

ImageI’ve taken the opportunity to collect all the Navajo flashcards from Quizlet and Flashcard Exchange to create a shared master Navajo deck to be used with Anki. There are 814 facts (flashcards) in the deck, plenty of flashcards to keep a beginner busy. These are all formatted to show a Navajo term or phrase first, then show the English translation second.

If you are not familiar with Anki, go the Anki website to see what it is and what it can do for you as a language learner. I would recommend visiting the Documentation link for User Manual and Introductory videos. You can watch this short video about using Anki:

The program will need to downloaded onto your computer to access the shared Navajo deck I’ve uploaded. I believe you can download decks directly to a cellphone with Droid, here is the video on how.

Once you have installed and opened the program go to: File>Download>Shared Deck

In the new window, search for: Navajo
You should find the deck listed there under Master Navajo deck

Click OK and the deck will load in the main window. Then start studying.

There are so many other features of this program, this is a quick start guide to get to the Navajo deck I’ve shared. If you have any questions leave a comment or email me. I wish I had a more in-depth post on Anki, but this will have to do for now. I really wanted to make everyone aware of the availability of the Navajo deck. And when I think about, you’ll learn more by actually using the program. If you are curious about SRS or Spaced Repetition Software I would read this Wired Magazine article that introduced me to SRS and another SRS program like Anki called Supermemo.

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  1. hoozdojaan permalink
    May 3, 2012 4:56 pm

    ahxéhee’ I will inform my class. If they were following you like they were supposed to then I will just be updating

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