It takes a village (or all our villages!) to revitalize and maintain a language--and within that language ecosystem, there are many different roles. There can be any mix of teachers of the languages, elders who speak the language, parents supporting their kids learning, and the language learners themselves--of any age.

We've set up this Resources section so you can look at different types of resources: technology to help communicate in your language, language curricula developed by other schools, and language learning resources themselves.

If you want to look at all of these in a different way, you can also click on one of the portals above, to see some suggested materials for how you can help with your language!

Have Questions? Want to contribute? Connect with someone here.

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Updated April 2021. 

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Original funding for this site provided by Alaska Humanities Forum with in-kind support from the Alaska Native Language Preservation & Advisory Council. Quyana to the volunteers who assist in keeping this website running. 

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