A searchable, Ojibwe-English audio dictionary that features the voices of Ojibwe speakers. It is also a gateway into the Ojibwe collections at the Minnesota Historical Society. Over 12,000 Ojibwe entries and supporting resources, word families, word parts and derivations, and semantically related words. Suits all levels of learning, from beginner to fluent.
Online language lessons and resources. Offers a breakdown and explanation of how the language is constructed, as well as word lists, numbers, months, word games, vowel sounds, grammar, and an alphabet.
A language learning and story sharing site for kids. Offers animation, audio, and text in a bilingual format as well as a glossary of terms. Interactive with good use of pictorial examples. Read along with Ojibwe stories with English translations below (includes Ojibwe audio).
Interactive website with games, three audio collections in Anishnaabemowin with English transcripts, and teachers' guides from grades 4-10. Dedicated to documenting the knowledge of the Elders and traditional knowledge.
Website to promote and revitalize Anishnaabemowin. Offers lessons, stories, songs (men's traditional, children's, and popular), prayers, and teachings, as well as student projects. MP3s with text in Anishnaabemowin.
Offers links to journals and resources at various universities. Also has lists of words for telling time, alternative transitive verbs, animate transitive verbs, transitive inanimate verbs, terminology, and talking flashcards.