Emory Resources (on campus)
Emory Pathways to Academic Success for Students (EPASS) offers free tutoring to Emory students.
Phone 404-727-5300 | E-mail: email@example.com
Robert W. Woodruff Library. Contact a subject librarian to assist you with locating information for papers, presentations, experiments, etc. They are also responsible for insuring that the library has a solid collection of books, journals, and other resources to support the study of psychology and linguistics, providing research assistance through work-shops and presentations and informing the psychology and linguistics departments of library news, policies and services. Contact them for tips on finding the best resources for your projects and papers. They can save you a lot of time!
- Linguistics Librarian, Tarina Rosen, firstname.lastname@example.org, 404-727-1583
- Psychology Librarian, Jennifer Elder, email@example.com, 404-712-2833
The Emory Linguistics Digital Polyglot
Multi-media linguistics textbook and work book.
Structured Independent Language Study
A non-credit program designed for students who need to study languages that are not part of the regular curriculum.
Additional Resources (off campus)
Center for Applied Linguistics
The Center for Applied Linguistics (CAL) is a private, nonprofit organization that identifies and solves problems related to language and culture, serves as a resource for information about language and culture, and conducts research on issues related to language and culture.
This site offers interesting articles, videos and podcasts about language learning, culture exchange and more.
The Eclectic Company - Language amp Linguistics
A directoryof online linguistic resources.
Ethnologue, Languages of the World
An encyclopedic reference work cataloging all of the world's 6, 912 known languages.
The International Phonetic Association
Established in Paris in 1886, The International Phonetic Association promotes the scientific studyof phonetics and the various practical applications of that science.
Language Connect is a professional language services company providing a full range of services from translations to voiceover artists for recording.
The LINGUIST List
"The world's largest online linguistic resource." The LINGUIST List is a database of links to information on language resources, societies, conferences, publications, text and computer tools, teaching and learning anda jobs bulletin.The LINGUIST List has a student portal that serves as a "one stop resource for all students of linguistics." It includes information on Linguistics programs, summer schools and training courses, research resources, careers and much more. Browse current jobs http://linguistlist.org/jobs/index.cfm.
Linguistic Society of America
The Linguistic Society of America is the major professional society in the United States that is exclusively dedicated to the advancement of the scientific study of language. The LSA plays a critical role in supporting and disseminating linguistic scholarship, as well as facilitating the application of current research to scientific, educational, and social issues concerning language.
The MLA Language Map
The language map is a new online tool by the Modern Language Association intended for use bystudents, teachers, and anyone interested in learning about the linguistic and culturalcomposition of the United States. Users can search languages by state, county, or zip code.
Native American Languages
Speech Accent Archive
An archive of speech samples from a variety of language backgrounds.The archive is constructed as a teaching tool and as a research tool.It is meant to be used by linguists as well as other people who simply wish to listen to and compare the accents of different English speakers.
TravLang's Language and Travel Resources
Language translation site.
Word Fun - alphaDictionary.com
Word Fun website is a resource of links to various language sites, dictionaries, translation services, and other fun and interesting tidbits of information.