These tips will help you evaluate the quality, accuracy and reliability of information you find on the Web.
A service provided by The Linguist List (above). Anyone interested in language or linguistics can ask a question and get the response of a panel of professional linguists. Browsable FAQs.
An imprint of Cascadilla Press. For proceedings of linguistics conferences and workshops.
Recordings dialects are downloadable and playable for both Windows and Apple computers.
An extensive catalogue of language-related internet resources. Gives access to over 2000 hand-reviewed links. You can search or browse by subject or category.
An openly accessible repository of scholarly papers, discussions and other documents for linguistics.
The electronic network for professional linguists. Hosts searchable archives of many linguistics mailing lists. Monthly announcements of new books, with abstracts.
Free peer-reviewed online journal from Dartmouth College, UK. Dedicated to the description and analysis of primary linguistic data
For exchanging papers of interest to natural language semanticists and philosophers of language