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LINGUIST List 23.1651

Sat Mar 31 2012

Make the most of LINGUIST resources today!

Editor for this issue: Matthew Lahrman <mattlinguistlist.org>

Date: 31-Mar-2012
From: LINGUIST List <linguistlinguistlist.org>
Subject: Did you know about these services? Help us keep them free with your donation!
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Dear LINGUIST List Subscribers,

Some LINGUIST resources aren't so easy to classify. In this
last letter, we've grouped some of the lesser-known features
that may be of interest to you.

LINGUIST has established a presence on a variety of social
networking sites. Connect with us by clicking the links below:

Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/linguistlist

Google+: https://plus.google.com/111284427486654326569/

LINGUIST Blog: http://linguistlist.org/blog/

YouTube: http://www.youtube.com/user/linguistlist/videos

Twitter: http://twitter.com/linguistlist

Various linguistic resources can only be found on the World
Wide Web. Luckily, LINGUIST has an area for that!

Web Resources/Software: This area of the LINGUIST List
contains links to websites and software devoted to natural
and constructed languages, to writing systems, and to
language resources on the web (such as dictionaries).

For Web Resources, visit: http://linguistlist.org/langres/index.cfm

For Software, visit: http://linguistlist.org/sp/software-index.cfm

FYI: As mentioned in a previous letter, the FYI area
contains information that doesn't neatly fit into any
single LINGUIST posting topic, such as calls for book
chapters, award recipient announcements, new journal
editor announcements, scholarship announcements, etc:


Discussion: The Discussion area is one of LINGUIST's
best kept secrets (but we'd like it to be not-so-secret).
Discussions posted on the LINGUIST site have resulted in many
publications, collaborations, and thought-provoking
linguistic observations and ponderings. Join the discussion!


Mailing Lists: There are a number of mailing lists linked
in here that are related to different facets of linguistics
and language:


Please show your support for these resources today!

LINGUIST's projects also cater to various linguistic interests.

GOLD, for your ontological needs: http://linguistics-ontology.org/
LL-MAP, to map and view your language data: http://www.llmap.org/
MultiTree, so you can compare language hypotheses: http://multitree.org/

Tutorials: These tutorials were designed by programmers
to help train linguistics students for work at LINGUIST.
They are very helpful introductions (or, for some of you,
refreshers) for the technical work linguists engage in.


Linguistic Blogs: Here you can see what linguists on the web
have to say about language:

Learning Languages ther than English? These resources will
help you find language learning resources.

English Language Learning (EFL/ESL): LINGUIST also contains
a variety of resources for learning English.

We hope you've enjoyed this Making the Most of LINGUIST letter
series! As always, if you have any questions about the services
LINGUIST offers its readers and subscribers, please don't hesitate to ask!
You can contact us at linguistlinguistlist.org. And finally,
please help us keep these resources open and freely available!


Thank you,
-The LINGUIST List Crew

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