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Added: 12-02-2011 10:19 AM

With campuses located in Fort Frances, Thunder Bay, and Kenora (Canada), Seven Generations Education Institute is cognizant of the strengths, values and traditions passed down through the generations of the Anishinaabe. Seven Generations Education Institute honours those who have walked ahead of us, respects those whowalk with us and considers those yet to come. Website includes great resources.

Added: 6-26-2011 1:28 PM

Includes links to actually hear the language being spoken. WETCC also has a great Native American Studies program with an emphasis on the Ojibwe language, history, and culture. Language classes are held on a regular basis.

Added: 6-20-2011 2:16 PM

The University of Minnesota has a variety of classes available for studying both the Dakota and Ojibwe history and language.

Added: 6-20-2011 2:12 PM

An extensive collection with a focus on the dialect spoken in Wisconsin and Minnesota. Site includes lessons,vocabulary, spelling, pronunciation, grammar and conversation.

Added: 6-20-2011 2:12 PM

This site represents many things and is filled with lessons, stories, songs, student projects, and resources. "Anishinaabemowin is defined as endangered because we are losing speakers faster than we are gaining them".

Added: 6-20-2011 2:16 PM

The University of Michigan sponsors the site Noongwa e-Anishinaabemijig (People who speak Anishinaabemowin Today).

Added: 6-20-2011 2:18 PM

The American Indian Resource Center at Bemidji State University hosts a variety of events and has some additional resources. BSU also offers a BA or minor in Indian Studies.