Online Cree Dictionary App Update We announce an update of iOS Cree Dictionary application. What's in the new version: iOS7 support, New feature - Cree Syllabic Keyboard, Convert from Syllabic to Roman Orthography Thank you for your feedback and support. Online Cree Dictionary team.
We are pleased to announce the release (media advisory) of an Android Cree app for the Online Cree Dictionary. The app have same features of the iPhone app in searching words and converting from Roman Orthography to Syllabics. In addition we incorporated three Cree keyboards layout, representing the Maskwacis Cree, Plains Cree and Woods Cree and now you can search in Syllabic and convert from Syllabic to Roman Orthography using smart phone or Android Tablet. Your feedback is appreciated.
Our first update for the iPhone Cree App will allow users to have the same functionality of the Cree Dictionary independent of Website. We have embedded the dictionary and Cree Syllabic conversion algorithm in the Cree App so it works when you are offline. We also added Feedback button on the info screen. We appreciate your feedback as we are always looking for new ideas and improvements let us know what you think!
Since the inception of the project we have developed a collection of software closely connected with Cree Language. Free widgets and gadgets, Joomla! and Moodle extensions and keyboard layouts available for you. Read more on our Cree Software page.
Cree Syllabics Virtual keyboard for Moodle Curriculum Management System. Check on More info on Software page.
Cree Syllabics Virtual Keyboard now available for Joomla! CMS. Check the Software page for instructions.
Now iPhone and iPod Touch owners can enjoy Online Cree Dictionary Site. Even more coming for your devices soon.
Long awaited update of the Online Cree Dictionary. We''ve done multiple interface improvements, added registrations and studying groups. Check for updates next week we are about to bring Cree Dictionary to your desktops.
Beta-testing of site registration. Thanks to all who took part and gave us feedback.
Roman Orthography to Syllabics conversion for non-unicode fonts.
10 extended dictionary articles from our contributors
1000 Technology and Medicine words from Hobbema Language Community
Since release of Internet Explorer 7 we''ve been sorry cause Cree Syllabics was not properly displayed in it. The release of the next version of the browser made possible to add changes to make the project really cross platform.
New look of main search form, code improvements make virtual keyboard more responsive and compatible with more browsers.
Heritage Canada Annouce Support the Online Cree Dictionary. read more
Continued development of Online Games and Flashcards sections.
Finished import of Alberta Elders' English-Cree Dictionary. Many thanks to our partners for help and contributions.
Word entries count is now 58,805.
Completed Lesson Plan Builder with 3,9 and 12 year program outcomes for Cree Language & Culture subject (Alberta)
Added another thousand words from Alberta Elders' Cree Dictionary. Online Dictionary contains now 37,541 entry.
Words count has been expanded to over 36,000 entries.
"Cree: Words" Dictionary by Arok Wolvengrey has been added to our search base.Online dictionary now searches more than 34,000 entries.
Signed MoU between Miyo and The First Nations University of Canada. Event press release.
Online Dictionary got 17,754 words from Alberta Elders' Cree Dictionary and Maskwacis Dictionary
Memorandum of Understanding between Miyo and U of A has been signed. Official press release
15.02.2007 released. Please check it out
Another upgrade of the site! Among new features are dictionary search demo, Cree Syllabics Mass converter and improvements in Online Converter and other sections.
We added Cree Syllabics section. Thanks to Arok Wolvengrey from First Nations University of Canada for his contribution and feedback. Please leave your comments on our feedback page.
We are testing Online Syllabic Converter with Woods Cree language.
Please contribute with your feedback.
Saskatchewan Plains Cree Syllabic converter completed.
Please, try it.
New look of the Online Cree Dictionary web site.
Collaboration with Arok Wolvengrey from the First Nations University of Canada To create a online Cree Syllabic converter for Plains Cree in Saskatchewan.
New Virtual Keyboard for Online syllabic converter released.
Online Cree Dictionary partially funded by the Government of Canada through the Department of Canadian Heritage