Entries by dbaxter

Cree and Ojibway Language Bookmarks

Free Bookmarks in Cree and Ojibway Languages Ogoki Learning now has new classroom bookmarks in both Cree and Ojibway Languages. These Cree and Ojibway Language bookmarks are free to everyone and anyone.  Each bookmark features full gloss printing on each side with a Cree and Ojibway phrase on both the front and back.  Learn Ojibway […]

Ogoki Office Space!

Ogoki Learning Inc. has powered up! We are expanding and fully moved into our new office space at 1700 Ness Avenue in Winnipeg, Manitoba!  We now have a larger capacity, more computers, more tablets, more iPhones and more screens – but most importantly, we have the capacity to host more app development workshops. Or new address […]

Aboriginal Youth Business Co-op

Aboriginal youth is always a top priority for our president, Darrick Baxter. That is why he was honoured by the opportunity to share his background and experiences in business with a group of students from the Aboriginal Youth Co-op from Children of the Earth high school in Winnipeg’s North End. After presenting on his success in business […]

Interview on International Languages

During a recent visit and presentation at the Indigenous Language Institute Annual Symposium 2015, our president, Darrick Baxter had the opportunity to present on Technology and Languages. He was later interviewed by a Korean television news crew for KBS of South Korea. The interview on international languages allowed Darrick to share why technology is so important […]

Voice of America Language App Article

We are honoured to be featured in the Voice of America article on Native American Language Apps. Ogoki Learning has been creating language apps for our tribal brothers and sisters for over 5 years and how help over 30 tribes in Canada and the United States. Revitalizing Native American Languages Darrick Baxter talks about Apps […]

Nez Perce Language App story

The Nez Perce Language App Story is about the Nez Perce tribal lands span from the Western Idaho mountains to the foothills of Washington state to the west. They are a tribe with a rich history from Chief Joseph to Owhi  and Kamiakin.  Read the Indian Country Article on the Nez Perce Language App.   The Nez Perce are […]