Building a Common Digital Infrastructure to Sustain Algonquian Languages

Construire une infrastructure numérique commune pour que vivent les langues algonquiennes

Marie-Odile Junker, Bill Jancewicz, Yvette Mollen, Mary Ann Corbiere, Inge Genee & Heather Bliss

Panel at the Canadian Society for Digital Humanities, Congress of the Humanities and Social Sciences. May 31, 2017, Ryerson University, Toronto.

This panel showcases a collaborative digital infrastructure ( to sustain or revive five Algonquian languages (Naskapi, Innu, East Cree, Nishnabemwin [Eastern Ojibwe] and Blackfoot) and associated communities of speakers, teachers and learners. Bilingual presentation. Présentation bilingue