Anishnaabemowin Interactive CD-ROM is produced by the community-based organization, Wikwemikong Heritage Organization. This cultural centre seeks to develop appropriate language materials that preserve and maintain the Ojibwe language. Henry Pitawanakwat narrates this introductory Ojibwe language CD-ROM. Designed for young children to adult learners, this interactive CD-ROM introduces basic vocabulary for everyday language use.
This title is no longer available through GoodMinds.com Nesendaawaa: Breath of Life contains a CD and a 19-page booklet produced by the Wikwemikong Heritage Organization. This CD contains a traditional Ojibwe teaching by Elder Philomene George. Narrated by Cynthia Bell, this CD tells the story about the origins of the Wikwemikong Anishnaabek community on Manitoulin Island. The booklet contains the story in Ojibwe with the English translation in a smaller font. Black and white illustrations by Darlene (Dolly) Peltier assist the reader in understanding the story.
Anishnaabemowin Introductory Level is designed for the language learner. The two CDs introduces interrogatives and commands such as where, how much, time, and other question words. Produced by the Wikwemikong Heritage Organization, located on the Wikwemikong Unceded Indian Reserve on beautiful Manitoulin Island in northern Ontario, Canada. The Organization's programming services the general band membership of the Wikwemikong.
Shki Kidwinan: New Words is a 10-page, spiral-bound booklet developed by the Wikwemikong Heritage Organization. Dedicated to preserving and sustaining the Ojibwe language, this community-based organization seeks to produce language resources that are useful for all learners. In this 2003 publication the organization worked with community Elders to create new Ojibwe vocabulary to suit a 21st-century world. This important process of developing new terms was undertaken by Lillian Webkamigad, Josephine Pelletier, Rita G. Corbiere, Eric Corbiere, Ivan Eshkawkogan and Phyllis Williams.