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Linguistics Homebook

Minsk State Linguistic University


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Here you will find pointers to Internet resources of interest to those working in the field of general and applied linguistics.


General Linguistics Resources

Conference Announcements. This is the Conference Announcement Archive at Fraunhofer-IAO, the up-to-date, comprehensive and easy-to-access information resource on the Internet, covering conferences, symposia, workshops, seminars, exhibitions, and meetings all over the world.

Linguistics Resource Page of Cognitive and Linguistic Sciences Department at Brown University

BUBL WWW Subject Tree - Language, Linguistics and Literature. The "Bulletin Board for Libraries" subject tree branch which includes language and linguistics.

EINet Linguistics Page.

Human-Languages Page brings together information about the world's languages from Aboriginal to Yiddish. Sources include dictionaries and glossaries, language tutorials, spoken samples of language, as well as some electronic texts and newspapers.

WWW Virtual Library - Linguistics includes resources on linguistic projects, conferences, journals, dictionaries, electronically-available papers.

HUMBUL Gateway: Language and Linguistics. A wide range of general internet resources from the "Humanities Bulletin Board" at the University of Oxford.

Languages and Linguistics, which is from the English server at Carnegie Mellon University, lists resources on language, linguistic theory and structural linguistics.

Linguistics Materials on the Web provided by the Department of Linguistics at the University of Rochester.

Linguistics Resources contains links to linguistics departments, servers, conferences, electronic texts and data, journals, discussion groups.

Summer Institute of Linguistics (SIL) Home Page. The Institute, based in Dallas, specialises in the study of minority languages and cultures. Its home page contains pointers to a wide range of Internet resources on linguistics, anthropology, literacy, translation and computing.

Universal Survey of Languages is a demonstration project aiming to create a major reference work on the world's languages.

Thr Foreign Language Teaching Forum is an integrated service including a WWW Page, the FLTEACH@UBVM LISTSERV Academic Discussion List, and the FLTEACH Gopher at the State University of New York College at Cortland. Their topic is foreign language teaching methods including school/college articulation, training of student teachers, classroom activities, curriculum, and syllabus design. Students in teacher training programs, teachers both new and experienced, administrators, and other profesionals interested in any aspect of foreign language teaching are invited to participate in the discussions.

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Computational Linguistics

What is Computational Linguistics Information of the Computational Linguistics Department at the University of the Saarland

Association forComputationalLinguistics at Columbia University has available the NLP/CL UNIVERSE, a comprehensive World-Wide Web database of Web-accessible material related to computational linguistics and natural-language processing.

Links to Computational Linguistics Information Sources

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Journals and Mailing Lists

Linguistics Journals and Newsletters on the Web. Athelstan ONLINE. Athelstan publishes and distributes products related to technology and second language learning, including reference materials such as the Technology and Language Learning Yearbook and the Athelstan Newsletter.

TESL-EJ. This is the Electronic Journal for ESL/EFL Professionals.

Web Journal of Modern Languages and LinguisticsThese discussion lists provide a forum for academic linguists to exchange information and discuss linguistic issues.

Electronic Mailing Lists in Linguistics.

The LINGUIST List which is concerned with general topics in linguistics.

Information on mailing lists for ESL/EFL students available on the Internet.

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