There are 566 federally recognized American Indian tribes in the United States, and currently little if any data exists on connectivity or uses of technology by either tribal governments or tribal citizens. There is a persistent and pervasive digital divide on tribal lands and very little data about Internet use or broadband connectivity in tribal areas. Further, there are few studies on how digital technologies are used for language and cultural preservation or on how Tribal governments use these technologies to officially enhance cultural or linguistic programming. Likewise, no data exists on how Indian Country1 residents use social media or the Internet and on how technology aids individuals in perpetuating their learning and use of tribal languages, although anecdotally we know it is happening. Technology holds great promise in stabilizing tribal languages, which are in danger of extinction, allowing connections between remote peoples and between young and old.