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·Bisharat! A language, technology & development initiative: Site of an effort to facilitate the use of ICT in African languages for rural development. The current focus is on multilingual computing and internet applications. There are many resources and links, including some to specialized discussion forums.
·E-MELD School of Best Practice Case Studies: This site showcases several endangered languages, providing background information as well as detailed tutorials on how the language documentation was digitized and archived in best practice format.
·EUROMOSAIC. European Minority Languages Web Site: This site gives a lot of information about minority languages in the European Union. It includes reports and sociolinguistic surveys.
·Free access to Inttranews Archives for linguists: Inttranews, the leading wire service for the global language industry, now provides free access to its Archives for linguists. Rouen, France (for immediate release): Since the launch in October 2004 of Inttranews, the leading wire service for the global language industry, excerpts from more than 7,500 articles have been published on events and issues of interest or concern to linguists worldwide. These archives are an extremely valuable source of information for linguists, journalists, students and academic staff, as a research tool for articles, study papers or theses, as background data for marketing, for media and market surveys, and for business involving the language industry in general. Until today, however, to make downloading as fast as possible, only the last 10 days of articles were displayed on the site. Now with Inttranews Archives, readers have access free of charge to all the articles on-line, with searches by keyword. On average, 30 new articles are published each working day in the two language versions currently available (English and French). The articles are different in, and specific to each language version. To use Inttranews Archives, please visit www.inttranews.net and click on the 'Archives' link in the left-hand menu. News, not noise The quality of Inttranews is that it combines state-of-the-art information and communication technology with human editors, so that content is dedicated to readers' interests, unlike automated news aggregators. As a result, more than 10,000 linguists read Inttranews each month in international institutions, university departments, professional associations, translation services and companies, as well as salaried and freelance interpreters and translators in more than 40 countries. The service has been syndicated by institutions such as the International Federation of Translators (FIT) [www.fit-ift.org], representing more than 100,000 interpreters and translators in 60 countries, and by the European Union of Associations of Translation Companies (EUATC) [www.euatc.org], representing more than 500 translation companies in 20 countries. About Inttranews is one of a range of products for the global language industry designed and developed by HTT (www.htt.fr), an ISO 9001 (v2000)-certified translation company specialized in high technology located in Rouen, France. Founded in 1987, its customer base comprises international institutions and multinational companies, particularly in aeronautics, electronic engineering, mechanical engineering and petrochemicals. Other products designed and developed by HTT include the multilingual Inttranet portal (www.inttra.net) with a complete range of services for professional interpreters and translators, and Terminall, an ISO 12616-compliant multilingual terminology database, capable of storing, managing and displaying any language combination of search and target terms. HTT s.a. 216, route de Neufch√Ętel, 76420 Bihorel, France Plc with a capital of EUR 100,000.
·iLoveLanguages Page: A comprehensive catalog of language-related Internet resources.
·LingForum.Com: An academic forum website for the discussion of anything related to linguistics. Subcategories include syntax, semantics, morphology, phonology, first and second language acquisition, sociolinguistics, computational linguistics, historical linguistics and others.
·Rosetta Project: The Rosetta Project is a global collaboration of language specialists and native speakers building a publicly accessible online archive of ALL documented human languages.
·Slang Links: Useful links to English and Scandinavian slang-related sites.
·Stack Exchange English Language & Usage: English Language & Usage is a collaboratively edited site focused on high quality Q&A regarding grammar, etymology, word choice, learning English as a second language, and other related topics.
·Stanford University Listing: Linguistics, Natural Language, and Computational Linguistics Meta-index
·University of Calgary Phonetic Inventory at Fresno State: A collection of recording sessions (sound files) with native speakers illustrating all speech sounds of 45+ languages. Documentation files with session script and IPA transcription also available for download.
·University of Helsinki Language Corpus Server (UHLCS): The University of Helsinki Language Corpus Server (UHLCS) is a multilingual databank and data server located at the Department of General Linguistics, the University of Helsinki.