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Ojibwe, also called Anishnaabemowin, is an Algonquian language spoken in the Great Lakes region of the United States and Canada. Because of the incredible regional variation in Ojibwe grammar and vocabulary, it is sometimes referred to as a macrolanguage (a grouping of closely related languages).

The Ojibwe course, created by 7000 + Grassroots Indigenous Multimedia in 2009, was the first-ever course developed through a 7000 Languages Partnership. It is also one of the most extensive, with a grammar reference, two immersion camp courses, and over 140 lessons on general vocabulary.