Pam McCoy Jones of SILR (right) to language advocates such as Lynda Minoose, who heads the first Denesųłįné Language and Culture Department on Cold Lake First Nations (left). (Photo credit: John Ulan)A new resource has been developed to support the work of Indigenous people, communities and organizations in language revitalization.

Towards Indigenous Language Revitalization: An Informative Resource offers learners and communities ideas on what to consider when tailoring their own strategies for language learning and revitalization, says Pamela McCoy Jones, executive director of Supporting Indigenous Language Revitalization.

SILR, a comprehensive six-year initiative administered by the University of Alberta, developed the guide as part of its mandate to support Indigenous and community-led projects to revitalize languages for current and coming generations.

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