University of Melbourne: How Data Expertise Is Fostering Endangered Languages

University of Melbourne: How Data Expertise Is Fostering Endangered Languages. “The PARADISEC digital archive model revitalising endangered languages around the Pacific has now been taken up in North America by the Cherokee Nation.”

US Department of Education: Funding Available to Support Native Language Revitalization

US Department of Education: Funding Available to Support Native Language Revitalization. “Advancing its commitment to maintaining, protecting, and revitalizing Native American languages – the U.S. Department of Education has announced approximately $1 million in grant funding available for Native American Language (NAL@ED) projects.”

OU Daily: Sam Noble Museum receives federal grant to create online database for Native American Languages Collection

OU Daily (University of Oklahoma): Sam Noble Museum receives federal grant to create online database for Native American Languages Collection. “The Sam Noble Museum of Natural History received a $345,494 federal grant to add and improve online access to the Native American Languages Collection. The grant is to be used over three years to create an online collection of 9,000 pieces with over 1,300 Indigenous languages included for public use.”