"The Alaska Native Language Preservation & Advisory Council provides recommendations and advice to both the Governor and Legislature on programs, policies, and projects; and to network and advocate in support of the Council’s mission."
An educational resource for learning, teaching and promoting Alaska Native languages, It includes information about and links to: Alaska Native languages; programs for learning them; resources for learning, teaching, and finding fonts; and more.
"Languagegeek is dedicated to the promotion of indigenous languages – primarily those of North America. By providing the tools which speakers, educators, and learners can use to communicate on-line or in print, the realm of computers will no longer be the sole domain of a few global languages."
Extensive books, workbooks, apps, games, video and audio resources, teaching tools, curriculum, and a podcast, covering Tlingit, Haida & Tsimshian languages. Most is available free online. Books and educational materials are also available in the store.
Follow along with children's books read aloud in Alaska Native languages including C'upik and Iñupiaq. Other languages are available as well. Set the language you like by clicking on the image of a globe, and the books available in that language will appear. Searching for a specific language instead doesn't appear to be available.
From the site owner, "These recordings were made during 2007-2013 for 2 user groups, Tlingit language learners and Linguists. Others may also find value in the recordings. This work was done at the University of Alaska Southeast, funded by National Science Foundation/National Endowment for the Humanities, Documenting Endangered Languages awards 0651787 and 085378. The project team recorded 62 people throughout Tlingit ancestral territory in SE Alaska and Canada."
Yugtun is the indigenous word for the language known as Central Yup'ik in English. This app includes a Yugtun/English and English/Yugtun dictionary, as well as a Yugtun to English tool that parses Yugtun words to show the meaning of each element. A helpful tutorial is included.
"Compiles a variety of materials on Yugtun/ Yup'ik, the language of the Yupik people in Southwest Alaska." Most resources are available freely online, but some may only be available offline and/or may require purchase.
Print on legal-sized paper or save the file for a handy reference of over 60 of the most popular letters not found on a standard English keyboard, plus additional symbols, that Windows users can use by holding down the ALT key and typing the number provided.