Enji-dishiweng (visiting place)

Mondays at 4:00 pm (eastern time) via Zoom. Click here to register.

Join us for Anishinaabemowin conversation and practice, discussion on language revitalization topics, and to meet other Anishinaabemowin learners. Open to all adult learners at any level. Door prize drawings every session! Guest speakers TBA.

Enji-dishiweng is a trauma-informed, safe learning space to explore Anishinaabemowin. Click here to read our safe space statement, read at the start of each weekly session.

Facilitated by John-Paul Chalykoff (Michipicoten First Nation) MSU Anishinaabemowin Instructor, and Ellie Mitchell (Saginaw Ojibwe), Community Outreach Liaison

Questions? Please email Ellie Mitchell at mitch489@msu.edu or at 517-484-7422.

Anishinaabemowin Resources and Materials

Click here to view Anishinaabemowin materials used in previous sessions as well as a list of online language resources.

What is Zoom?

Zoom is a telecommunication system used for video conferencing, meetings, and seminars (called webinars when conducted over the internet). If you don’t have a steady internet connection, you can dial in to Zoom meetings with your phone. 

Click here for a Zoom support article on how to join a meeting.