University of Alaska Fairbanks graduate student Qaġġun Zibell (Chelsey), developed a website that will help introduce the Inupiaq language. In an interview Zibell recognizes that the website cannot fully teach the language, but can be uses as a more modern resource for connected learners. The site features games, videos and interactive activities.
The University of Alaska Fairbanks Information and News Bulletin also notes that Inupiaq is designated as a “severely endangered” by The Endangered Languages Project.
- Carl-Acosta, Marissa . “New Website Helps Teach Inupiaq.” UAF news and information, University of Alaska Fairbanks, 11 Oct. 2017, news.uaf.edu/new-website-helps-teach-inupiaq/.
- “The Endangered Languages Project.” Endangered Languages Project, www.endangeredlanguages.com/.
- Zibell , Qaġġun . “Inupiat Langauge.” Inupiat Language, University of Alaska Fairbanks, July 2017, inupiatlanguage.community.uaf.edu/.