Language Resources

Brief History

Many different types of language learning resources have been created for a variety of Alaska Native languages.

Resources

Recordings & Vocab

Existing Databases

ALASKOOL

ALASKA NATIVE LANGUAGE ARCHIVES

ALASKA NATIVE LANGUAGE CENTER

Online Resources

FACEBOOK

ALASKA NATIVE LANGUAGES

ALASKA NATIVE HERITAGE CENTER

ALASKA NATIVE LANGUAGE CENTER

I AM ATHABASKAN

ALASKA NATIVE STUDIES

ALASKA NATIVE LANGUAGE PRESERVATION & ADVISORY COUNCIL

EYAK LANGUAGE REVITALIZATION

Eyak

PUIGUITKAAT; THE THINGS WE CANNOT FORGET

Inupiatun

DENA'INA QUNUHDLUZEX

Dena'ina

INUPIAT HISTORY, LANGUAGE AND CULTURE

Inupiatun

Online Resources

FACEBOOK

ALASKA NATIVE LANGUAGES

ALASKA NATIVE HERITAGE CENTER

ALASKA NATIVE LANGUAGE CENTER

I AM ATHABASKAN

ALASKA NATIVE STUDIES

ALASKA NATIVE LANGUAGE PRESERVATION & ADVISORY COUNCIL

EYAK LANGUAGE REVITALIZATION

Eyak

PUIGUITKAAT; THE THINGS WE CANNOT FORGET

Inupiatun

DENA'INA QUNUHDLUZEX

Dena'ina

INUPIAT HISTORY, LANGUAGE AND CULTURE

Inupiatun

MULTIMEDIA

KEEP TALKING

YOUTUBE LANGUAGE CHANNELS

NATIVE VOICES RISING

DOYON LANGUAGES ONLINE

RADIO

RISING INDIGENOUS VOICES RADIO

KNBA RADIO

NATIVE AMERICAN CALLING

DOYON LANGUAGES ONLINE

 
 
 
 
 

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Updated January 2020. 

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This website acknowledges the traditional territories of the many Indigenous Alaskan Nations that have lived in and taken care of the lands of Alaska since time immemorial.