On each language page, you will find several sections with different types of resources. These sections are described below.
Algonquian Linguistic Atlas
The goal of the project is to co-create an on-line, multimedia linguistic atlas of Algonquian languages. The atlas is becoming a portal hosting a shared digital infrastructure for on-line Algonquian dictionaries.
Language Nests are an immersion-based, intergenerational approach to Indigenous languages revitalization. The model was first adopted by the Māori of New Zealand in the 1980s, and has since become popular among Indigenous groups internationally.
The Kingston Native Centre and Language Nest (KNCLN) includes speakers of Mohawk, Anishinaabemowin (Ojibwe), and Cree.