Thousands of Diné learners are seeking technology tools to nourish their language learning. Web 2.0 provides you tools and collaborative content on the World Wide Web. You will find an inclusive ensemble of language enthusiasts are providing media artifacts of the Diné language because we believe in sharing the Diné language with all age groups. Any learner may read, write, hear and learn the Diné language using our tools and resources. Learn more.
"Native Innovation's logo is not only representative of Sa'ah Naaghai Bik'eh Hozhoo - it represents our hope of progression in revitalizing the Diné language. We have one speaker learning, we add another tomorrow, and another next week. We provide our people the tools and support their learning fully. Join us in this initiative by reading more on our site and by sharing. - Jerome Tsosie, President NII"

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Connect & Discover the Navajo Keyboard App

Posted by at 11/30/2013
The performance of the Navajo Keyboard app for iPhone & iPod Touch is fantastic and even supports sharing what you have written throu...

Diné Dictionary

Posted by at 8/28/2013
Under Construction ááldadii’ní prep. regarding Jó ei ááldadii’ní. abínígo n. morning Abínígo da'adánígíí (breakfast). ádílá...

Promoting Diné Language Using Technologies

Posted by at 8/26/2013
By 2100, more than half of the more than 7,000 languages spoken on Earth—many of them not yet recorded—may disappear, taking with them a wea...

Digital Storytelling

Posted by at 1/19/2013
Native Innovation's Digital Storytelling Workshop Series Nov. 20-22 NII Training Ct...

Number System in Diné

Posted by at 1/09/2013
The number system is a very popular experience for beginning learners. Let's get started! T'ááłá'í - one Naaki - two Táá...

About Diné Web 2.0

Posted by at 1/09/2013
Purpose We are one of many organizations promoting the Diné Language Revitalization Initiative, a movement throughout communities for saving...

General Diné Phrases

Posted by at 1/09/2013
These phrases are integrated into the Diné Keyboard for Android OS. Greetings Yá’át’ééh! Greetings Yá’át’ééh Shimá Greetings mother...
Native Innovation In the News

Android Navajo Keyboard App Now Available by Native News Network
FLAGSTAFF, ARIZONA, August 31, 2013 – Continuing their success of the Navajo keyboard released last November for the Apple products, the staff of Native Innovation Inc. having been working hard this past month testing the application that will Android device users download a Navajo keyboard. Last evening in Flagstaff, Native Innovation staff held a launch party at the Native American Cultural Center at Northern Arizona University to celebrate their success. Read more >>

Two Create New, Easy-To-Use Diné Language App for iPhone by Navajo Times
SAINT MICHAELS, Ariz., June 13, 2013 - If you've ever found keyboarding in the Diné language a challenge on your iPhone, there's an app now to ease that challenge. Search the Apple app store using the term "Native Innovations" or "Navajo Keyboard." Jerome Tsosie, 36, president and found of Native Innovations, Inc., created in November 2012 a free download of a Navajo language keyboard app universal for E-mails, texting and social networks like Facebook and Twitter. To date, there have been over 3,000 downloads. Read more >>


From NII Press Photos

From NII Press Photos
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