Creating Online Indigenous Language Courses: Benefits to the Community (Part 3/4)

Creating online Indigenous language courses part 3

Through this video series, learn about creating online Indigenous language courses.

Two examples featured in this video are the Hase’ Language Revitalization Society and Prairies to Woodlands Indigenous Language Revitalization Circle who each collaborated with 7000 Languages to create Kwak̓wala and Michif courses, respectively. While the courses share some similar features, they are also highly customized to meet the needs and goals of the community.

The creators of these videos are part of a collaborative project between the NEȾOLṈEW̱ “one mind, one people” Partnership at the University of Victoria, 7000 Languages, Hase’ Language Revitalization Society, and the Prairies to Woodlands Indigenous Language Revitalization Circle.


Chew, K. A. B., Child, S., Sammons, O., & Souter, H. (2022, November). Creating online Indigenous language courses: Benefits to the Community.