Resource Development

We are fortunate to have a resource developer working alongside us and helping to develop materials that are suitable for classroom use. 

Over the next few years we hope to develop even more materials, including mobile apps, thematic dictionaries, teaching grammars, movies and books.


With the support of the Six Nations Language Commission, we have also been fortunate enough to establish relationships with the Woodland Cultural Centre and the Deyohaha:ge: Indigenous Knowledge Centre who have shared the Onondaga materials that they have with us.

We have also had the opportunity to visit with speakers, scholars and linguists from Onondaga and Syracuse who are doing work on the Onondaga language as well.