- Increase the Numbers of Quality Yup’ik Language Resources
- Publish Yup’ik Language Resources to Increase Access and Use By Students, Parents and Teachers
- Integrate New Yup’ik Language Resources Into Core Academic Curricula
- Train Teachers in Effective Ways to Use Yup’ik Language Materials to Boost Cultural Knowledge and Academic Success
Wanted: Local Heritage Researchers
In each village we ask for your help to identify a respected local adult to coordinate the materials search in each village.
Once local site researchers are hired, the Alaska Native Language Archive staff will provide training for researchers regarding how to collect materials, how to handle them, how to scan materials into the collection, and how to obtain permissions to use the materials in schools and classes.
Training Date: Winter, 2015
Training Location: Bethel
To nominate a person please call: Eva Malvich at 907.545.6059 or
Gayle Miller at 907.545.4416.