Language nests as an emergent global phenomenon: Diverse approaches to program development and delivery. The International Journal of Holistic Early Learning and Development, 1, 25-38. Chambers, N. A. (2015).
Green, Jeremy D. Tehotakerá:tonh. 2018. “Teaching Haudenosaunee Languages: A Manual of Methods, Approaches, Techniques, Strategies & Activities Useful and Effective for Teaching Haudenosaunee Languages at Six Nations of the Grand River Territory"
The Syntax in Tlingit Verbs - A thesis by James A. Crippen
Connection, Collaboration and Community: Reflections on the use of Videoconferencing in Kaska Language Documentation, Revitalization and Education - A Thesis by Victoria Frances Sear.
Society for the Study of the Indigenous Languages of the Americas, Links
A long list of references to organizations, journals, research centres, and other resources.
Resources for Endangered Languages
Pointers to organizations that offer grants for Native American language revitalization projects originated from within the communities themselves, as well as the full text of books giving methods for revitalizing languages and reversing language shift.
Alaska Native Language Center
The ANLC works closely with the YNLC on many joint projects including Native Language Teacher Training.
The Council of Yukon First Nations
The governing body of the YNLC.