I haven’t seen any news on Alaskan languages or linguistics lately, so I’ve been revisiting sites I have bookmarked. The Alutiiq Museum, in particular, has some resources for the Alutiiq language called Sharing Words, making it more accessible for learners (or speakers wishing to know more about its structure). It’s the only site I recall seeing that attempts to explain complex, polysynthetic grammar in layman’s terms.
(Note: Alutiiq is not Aleut, though the names are similar. Aleut is its own branch of the Eskimo-Aleut family, while Alutiiq is a member of the Yupik subfamily of Eskimo. Alutiiq is also known as Sugpiaq, Pacific Gulf Eskimo, Chugach Eskimo, Sugcestun, and a handful of other names. Its geographical distribution can be seen on this map from the Alaska Native Language Center.)