Congratulations to the Algonquian Linguistic Atlas project team on the recent release of a suite of conversation apps to support the teaching and learning of Algonquian languages:

  • Dr. Marie Odile Junker (Project Director)
  • Claire Owen (Assistant Project Director)
  • Delasie Torkornoo (Technical Director)

Officially launched October 14th at the 53rd Algonquian Conference (see launch video below), these apps represent many years of collaborative work with Indigenous communities, educators, and individuals.  Sixteen languages are represented:

  • Algonquin
  • Anishinaabemowin
  • Arapaho
  • Atikamekw
  • Blackfoot
  • East Cree
  • Innu
  • Maliseet
  • Mi’kmaw
  • Michif
  • Naskapi
  • Nishnaabemwin
  • Oji-Cree
  • Plains Cree
  • Western Swampy Cree
  • Woodland Cree

Check out some feedback from session participants

Apps are available for iOS and Android and can be downloaded from the Linguistic Atlas website.

View Launch Video
(with ASL interpretation)