Native American Education Programming for Tribes and Urban Communities
SilkWeb is the only Native-Owned and Operated custom e-learning company in Indian Country and is highly qualified to provide learning management system, custom e-learning, and off-the-shelf courseware to Native American and First Nations communities and organizations. SilkWeb is a qualified Native American, Woman-Owned Small Business and designated Indian Small Business Economic Enterprise.
Laurel Silk, MAEd
SilkWeb is a Native American, Woman-Owned Business based in Arizona. Laurel is Húŋkpapȟa Lakota and an enrolled member of the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe of North Dakota. She has a Master's Degree in Instructional Technology. Laurel has been in the education technology industry for over 20 years, with much of her work focused on delivering quality learning services to diverse communities.
Native Americans Educating Native Youth
SilkWeb is the #1 e-learning company in Indian Country and is a Native American, Woman-Owned business. We serve all of Indian Country and we focus on delivering culturally aware curricula and providing access to the latest learning technologies for K-12 and Colleges. We help Native communities stay connected and share knowledge. Contact us to learn more about how we are helping advance Indian Country.
Native American Inspirational Leadership Curriculum
Role models are some of the most powerful people in the world, no matter their position in politics or leadership, because they can influence the mind of the next generation. Accomplishments by prominent Native Americans are not often taught, leaving Native students to their own devices to learn about important and inspiring people like them.
Evan Elise Roberts (Tlingit) President of the Association of Native Americans at Yale University
SilkWeb and National Native American Hall of Fame Collaboration
SilkWeb began collaborating with the National Native American Hall of Fame in the summer of 2021. James Parker Shield and Laurel Silk collaborated on bringing the NNAHOF Inspirational Leadership curriculum into a distance learning format. Part of this endeavor included creating a digital format for the existing teacher training for non-native teachers, designing interactive elements, and ideas for digital delivery of the program to K-12 students.