The University of Minnesota has a very good online dictonary.
Here in another online dictonary. This one is crowd sourced.
This one Grassroots teamed up with Transparent Language to create ojibwe lessions.When signing up, in the library card field enter code gim123.
Here are some lessons made by Rand Valentine, with the Univerity of Wisconsin.
Here is a really good site from Canada. It has resources for people of all ages.
Our youtube channel will be growing, and we plan on adding as much content as reasonably possible to help learners.
This blog has lessons for understanding the parts of words. These are really nice lessons.
This is a closed group on Facebook where poeple talk about various things related to the ojibwe language. Many people come to ask for translations into or from the language.
Glifwic has created some excellent children's resources.
Dr. Wendy Makoons Geniusz's Ojibwe 1 and 2 classes archived online.
This is a book with common educational terms.
This is an Android app developed by Waasabiik Ojibwemotaadiwin to assist learners with pronunciating ojibwe words writen in double vowel ojibwe.
A growing English and Ojibwe puppet family.