Entries by dbaxter

Training Native American Language Apps

New Denver Android Native American Language App Training will be held in the spring/summer of 2015. We are pleased to announce a new app development training session to develop your very own Native American Language App. This training is made available to any member of an American Indian tribe or information technologist looking to expand […]

Redskins Word Banned from iTunes Apple Inc.

We as Native American App developers rejoice at the decision by Apple to BAN the term “Redskin” from their Canadian App Store.  The term violates section 14.1 and Section 19.1 of iTunes policy on Apps. “There is nothing  more important than being recognized as a people and being treated as a human being. Our human […]

Ojibway App Story on CBC News

  The Ojibway App and its creators believe in being socially responsible to our learners, teachers and supporters. It’s a rule that guides us as app developers along our journey. Our goal has always been to have our Ojibway App in every Ojibway language classroom in Canada and the United States. We’ve been fortunate to […]

EagleUrban – Health, Justice, Education all in one great App

  The EagleUrban App helps youth with the difficult transition from the rural life to living in the urban setting. The iPhone app includes information and insight into teen pregnancy, sexual health, mental health, housing, education and crisis hotlines.  It’s a true resource for youth of all backgrounds and is available on the iphone, ipod […]

Now available on Android, Ojibway App

The much anticipated Ojibway Android app is now available on the Google Play store. The app features the same wonderful features that the original iPhone app does along with a vast vocabulary of words, phrases and syllabics. “We have been working diligently to create a user experience that reflects our dedication and love for our […]

Indian Country Today Feature

Featured on the Indian Country Today Media Network. This is an amazing opportunity for Ogoki Learning Systems Inc. to promote our free source code project. We’ve been fortunate enough to give away an important piece of technology and allow other Indian Tribes and First Nations from Canada, United States and all over the world to […]