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. The new categories include kitchen appliances such as blender, dishwasher, and humidifier; office equipment such as answering machines, keyboard, and desk; kitchen utensils such as rolling pin, roast pan, and spatula; household items; personal care items, foods such as pineapples and green peppers; machinery and tools; recreational terms and sports such as volleyball and football; birds and plants; and household cleaning products. The final category of terms includes various concepts, behaviors and medical words. The Wikwemikong Heritage Organization makes an important contribution to the vitality of the Ojibwe language.