- The following text is a conversation between the University of Lethbridge Teaching Centre and the The Blackfoot Language Resources and Digital Dictionary project team, in which its member introduce their collaborative efforts in creating a freely accessible learning resource for anyone with an interest in the Blackfoot language and culture. It has made great progress since its inception due to the help of a fantastic group of dedicated Blackfoot speakers, research assistants, students and volunteers. Although functional at this stage, the dictionary is a work-in-progress that is continuously being enhanced with multimedia items to support language learning and other content for more specific research interests. The Blackfoot project also feeds into a larger, nationwide research project studying Algonquin languages - the Algonquian Linguistic Atlas.
- Arts and Humanities, Education
- Middle School, High School, Community College / Lower Division, Adult Education
- Material Type:
- Joerdis Weilandt
- Date Added:
- Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial 4.0
- Media Format:
- Graphics/Photos, Text/HTML
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