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* American Association for Applied Linguistics
Organization for people interested in applied linguistics, including language education, literacy, assessment, and more. Information about the organization, conferences, and meeting minutes.
* American Sign Language Linguistic Research Project
Research into the linguistics of ASL. Information about the group, links to related sites.
* CMU Artificial Intelligence Repository: NLP
Natural Language Processing information repository.
* Colibri Language and Linguistics Newsletter
Archive of the Colibri language/linguistics newsletter, which stopped publishing in late 2002.
* Computational Linguistics Department
at the German Research Center for Artificial Intelligence.
* Corpora and Corpus-based Computational Linguistics
Extensive collection of links to data files (and commercial sources of data) of use in corpus-based linguistics study (generally large text documents in one or more languages, including parallel corpora). Separate lists of resources related to corpus-based computational linguistics, software, and literary archives (electronic collections of books, poetry, etc., like Project Gutenberg).
* Cyc-NL
Information about the natural language capabilities of the Cyc project/system.
* Department of Computational Linguistics
at the Universität des Saarlandes, Germany.
* Department of Phonetics and Linguistics
at the University College, London.
* ECSA: European Speech Communication Association
Organization promoting speech communication, technology, and research. Site has newsletters and other publications, information about grants, workshops, and events, and special interest groups devoted to more specialized topics.
* Edo Nyland's Home Page
Several essays and writings on language origins, including Ogam, Basque, and English.
* Emmanuel Giguet
Various papers and projects that he has worked on/written in the field of linguistics. Includes multilingual identification/categorization, French syntactic parser, and others.
* Endangered Languages, Endangered Knowledge, Endangered Environments
A conference held in Berkeley, CA, in 1996. Conference schedule, participants, and paper abstracts.
* Enduring Voices
Endangered languages awareness and preservation project from National Geographic. Contains an interactive map of endangered language "hotspots", and links to sites specific to several of these languages.
* English-Norwegian Parallel Corpus
English/Norwegian linguistic project studying the same documents translated between English and Norwegian.
* EuroWordNet
Information about the EuroWordNet project, which aims to build a multilingual wordnet database based on the Princeton WordNet.
Audio examples of pronunciation by native speakers in English (7 different accents), Spanish, French (& French Canadian), German (& Swiss German), Indonesian, Italian, and Thai.
* ICAME: International Computer Archive of Modern and Medieval English
Information about and collections of English corpora and linguistic/corpus-related software.
* Language futures Europe
Collection of essays and news articles on language policy, multilingualism, and language structure and use in Europe and the US. Collected by Paul Treanor.
* Language Log
Language-themed Web log (blog), frequently updated. Includes links to many other language-related blogs.
* Language Map of the US
From the Modern Language Association. An interactive map of the United States that shows the number of people who speak one of 30 common world languages (the top 30 spoken in the US) by county or by zip code. You can see the total numbers for the entire US or for an individual state, view the source data that makes up the map, compare 2 languages or 2 locations, and more.
* Language Miniatures
Collection of mini-essays on language, grammar, and usage by William Z. Shetter. 200 essays written between 1998 and 2008 on a wide array of topics.
* Language Museum
Writing samples (about 1 paragraph per language, with translation into English) for 2000 different world languages and dialects, as well as statistics on where each is spoken (and how many speak it).
* Language Wordlists (FTP)
Lists of words (no translations) for more than 20 languages and a variety of other linguistics-related wordlists and databases.
* Languagehat
Language-themed Web log (blog), frequently updated. Includes links to other language-related Web sites.
* Lexeme-Morpheme Base Morphology
Extensive site explaining and discussing one of the 4 theories of LMBM. By Robert Beard, the author of the book of the same name which discusses all 4 theories.
* Lexicon of Linguistics
Large dictionary of linguistics-related terms and terminology at Utrecht University.
* LingNet BBS and other language/linguistics resources
from the Defense Language Institute Foreign Language Center.
* Linguistic Data Consortium
At the University of Pennsylvania. Creating, collecting, and distributing linguistic databases, lexicons, and corpora. Extensive information online, limited access to data (many need a license).
* Linguistics and Language-Related Pages in Japan
Index of language and linguistic Web sites located in Japan. (Index is in English.)
* Linguistics and Natural Language Processing Resources on the Web
Index of NLP/linguistics resources by Rick Wojcik.
* Living Tongues Institute
Organization dedicated to studying, preserving, and revitalizing endangered languages around the world. Site discusses their goals and current projects, including an online dictionary for Tuvan, and copies of published linguistics articles.
* Marges Linguistiques
Free online journal of Linguistics. Published bi-yearly only on the Web. (In French.)
* MIT OpenCourseWare (OCW)
MIT's new initiative to eventually make all their course materials available online. Note I said "course materials", not "courses" - this is unfortunately not a free online college. Still, the course materials - lecture notes, exams, homework, and reading lists - can be informative on their own, or used to supplement other classes you might be taking or teaching. The current pilot project has a small number of courses online, including, most importantly, some in the Linguistics Department. One current course, Intro to Linguistics, even lists iLoveLanguages in its "Related Resources" section.
* Natural Language Interfaces Group
At the University of Delaware. Augmentative and Alternative Communication (AAC) research, including natural language processing, virtual reality, and graphical language representation. Information about the Group, research, papers, projects, and links to related sites.
* Omniglot
Information about the writing systems of more than 150 world languages, including alphabets, brief histories, and links to related Web sites. Organized by writing method (alphabetic, syllabic, or logographic) and by language.
* Rank Xerox Research Centre
Research includes multilingual theory and technology (text analysis and generation). Various projects, including some online demos.
* Resources for Tolkienian Linguistics
Index of resources of value to those studying the languages developed by JRR Tolkien, a fantasy author. Includes books, journals, and online resources.
* Revised Etymological Dictionary for English
English wordlist with Basque word origins explained. By Edo Nyland.
* The Rosetta Project
Project to permanently record information about 1000 of the world's languages before they become extinct. Project is collecting language descriptions, audio files, word lists, and other information about each language in the archive through the help of volunteers. Volunteers are needed to submit and review submissions to the archive.
* Serendipity
Language-themed Web log (blog), frequently updated. Site includes links to other language sites and blogs.
* SIL International
Language service and education organization. Site includes information about SIL, their work, publications, Rhetorical Structure Theory, software (Mac, Windows, DOS,and Unix) and links to other language resources.
* Sites of Significance for Semiotics
Large collection of links related to (and useful for) semiotics ('the study of signs'), somewhat related to linguistics.
* SOLE - Students Organization of Linguists in Europe
Holds an annual conference for students of linguistics around the world.
* Speech Accent Archive
Archive of different people from around the world reading the same English paragraph in order to research/analyze accents worldwide. Currently has more than 200 audio samples from 100 different languages. Each sample has audio and a phonetic transcription for comparison across samples. Site also includes phonetic inventories for most of the languages in the archive which lists the most common phonetic sounds for a particular language.
* Speech and Language Research Informations
Index of resources dealing with speech and language research. (Not in English.)
* The Stewardship Project
Linguistic research being performed by the Stewardship Project. A list of "linguistic zones" in the world, and a few essays on language and linguistics.
* Terminology Forum
Large online resource and forum for terminologists and others interested in terms, dictionaries, etc.
* Text Corpora and Corpus Linguistics
Information about, and links to, corpora and corpora linguistics resources such as wordlists, text analysis software, universities offering classes in corpora study, and corpora in multiple languages.
* The Ergativic Stage of Early Proto-Indoeuropean
By Hans-Joachim Alscher. Online essay discusses an early stage of Proto-Indoeuropean and it's development. Discussion is welcomed.
* The Language Representation Database Project
Some information about the project, which aims to build a centralized lexical database storing data from a number of linguistic data sources (Brown Corpus, WordNet, etc.).
Large collection of linguist/linguistic resources (papers, jobs, links, etc) and archives of the LINGUIST mailing list.
* The List of Language Lists
Large index of more than 50 language-related e-mail lists (also known as listservs). Includes instructions on how to subscribe to each list, and how to contact the list's owner.
* The Survey of English Usage
At University College London, UK. Institute focusing on English language research. Information about various projects, the International Corpus of English (a research tool), and links to related research.
* TITUS - Thesaurus Indogermanischer Text- und Sprachmaterialien
Collection of comparative linguistics and Indo-European papers, fonts, and links. Mainly in German (some English).
* UniLang Online Language Community
Online portal and community for people interested in languages and linguistics. Site includes a forum/bulletin board for members to communicate, online chat, links to essays and articles related to languages, and links to language-related Web sites and projects, a Wiki (member-updatable directory), and more. Visitors are encouraged to take an active role in helping develop UniLang by becoming a member (free) and doing writing, research, answering forum questions, and the like.
* UniRing Webring
Webring of Web sites related to language and linguistics discussion and learning. Travel the sites on the ring, or add your own site to the list.
* Vinyar Tengwar
The journal of the Elvish Linguistic Fellowship. Information about subscribing to the journal.
* Web Frequency Indexer
Creates a word frequency index of any text you type (or paste) in. Can be useful to create a list of unique individual words from a large text.
* WordNet
Online lexical reference system from Princeton University.
* Working with Language
From Peter James Silzer, Biola University. Lecture notes from Dr Silzer's WWL course on languages and linguistics. Includes a list of quotations about language.
* WWW Sites for Students of Introductory Linguistics
By Mary Taffet. Dozens of links to Web sites dealing with various aspects of linguistics. Very broad range of links.
* Yeoman's Word Lists
View basic words in various languages lined up to show similarities in language classes (i.e. Germanic languages, Romance languages, etc.).

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