Hover over images in the slideshow above to learn about each nation's language program successes.
Below are examples of some of the incorporated utilities.
Ojibwe is presented in an interactive flashcard app, where it expandable and portable.
Many language programs offer audio-visual lessons via video self-publishing, such as YouTube.
Some audio sites allow for self-publishing, making language learning all the more freely accessible.
The Cherokee language is taught with an instructor and participants in an interactive learning space. Sessions have been archived in video form.
Tlingit is presented in a number of interactive formats targeting different ages and levels of comprehension.
Some language programs correlate to social media accounts so that language learners and speakers can connect and create an immersive experience.