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Alaska Native Language Preservation and Advisory Council Report

The Alaska Native Language Preservation and Advisory Council published their first report on the Council’s Findings and Recommendations. The report is available online at http://commerce.alaska.gov/dnn/dcra/AKNativeLanguagePreservationAdvisoryCouncil/Publications.aspx… 67 more words

Language Revitalization

"I'm proud to be a linguist." - CoLang 2014

I’m back after two of the most exhausting, exhilarating, challenging, and rewarding weeks I’ve had in quite a long time.

CoLang (i.e. the Institute for Collaborative Language Research) took place at the UT-Arlington, under wide Texas skies. 398 more words


Elias Saylor Joins Foundation as FAI Summer Intern

Elias Saylor recently joined Doyon Foundation as a summer intern with the Language Revitalization Program. Elias was placed at the Foundation through the First Alaskans Institute summer internship program. 300 more words


CoLang 2014

I mentioned last week that I had some summer plans that I was really excited about, and though I’m entering that how-will-I-ever-get-packed, I’m-sure-I’m-forgetting-37-things-I-needed-to-do phase that always precedes a big trip, I’m still giddy at the fact that by this time Monday I will be attending the… 343 more words


Language Revitalization Article

Here is a wonderful article on language revitalization. “If we are going to revitalize languages, then we need a sea change in value systems across our state.” -Xh’unei Lance A. 14 more words

Language Revitalization

Foundation Partnership to Address Endangered Languages

Transparent Language, Inc. and the Doyon Foundation today announced the launch of the Doyon Foundation 7000 Partnership. The goal of the partnership is to create leading-edge software for the teaching and learning of the Athabascan languages of Alaska’s Doyon region, which encompasses approximately 12.5 million acres in Interior Alaska. 347 more words

Doyon Foundation News