Here you will find a table of useful resources for doing linguistic research. Each resource is classified by type and description of the potential applications to enable searching the listing.
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|Set up and use of US-International keyboard (PC)||Typing international characters||Software|
|Set up and use of IPA phonetic symbols (Virtual)||Typing IPA characters on a virtual keyboard online||Software|
|FreeKey SIL IPA setup (PC) (instructions)||Typing IPA characters directly on your PC||Software|
|Set up and use of SIL IPA phonetic symbols (OSX)||Typing IPA characters directly on your Mac||Software|
|The Linguist List||Linguistics forum for ongoing discussions, conference listings, etc.||Forum|
|Linguistic Society of America||National association dedicated to linguistics. Find information about||Association|
|American Dialect Society||National association dedicated to the study of the English language in North America, and of other languages, or dialects of other languages, influencing it or influenced by it.||Association|
|Association for Computational Linguistics||The international scientific and professional society for people working on problems involving natural language and computation||Association|
|AntConc||Create word lists, concordances, n-gram lists, keyword metrics, etc. for Windows and OSX||Software|
|LDC (Linguistic Data Consortium)||A repository of linguistic resources: language corpora, tools and standards.||Data|
|Richter Scholarship Program||The Richter Scholars Program supports independent study scholarships with financial awards up to $6000 for undergraduate students in the College and the Schools of Business of Wake Forest University. Richter Scholarships are competitively awarded for students proposing an independent study project requiring travel away from Winston-Salem. International projects are especially encouraged.||Funding|
|STARR Travel Grant||The Starr Foundation, through Wake Forest, offers grants in support of undergraduate students who will be presenting research findings at professional meetings or at the annual meeting of the National Conference on Undergraduate Research.||Funding|
|Wake Forest Research Fellowship||The Wake Forest Research Fellowship Program is designed to encourage individual Wake Forest undergraduates to join their professors as junior partners on scholarly research and creative projects. These mentored projects provide invaluable opportunities for students to experience the excitement of performing innovative scholarly work.||Funding|
|Open Journal of Modern Linguistics||An international journal dedicated to the latest advancement of modern linguistics. The goal of this journal is to provide a platform for scientists and academicians all over the world to promote, share, and discuss various new issues and developments in different areas of modern linguistics.||Journal|
Upcoming eventsFebruary 12, 2015LIN Open House for prospective minorsStarts: 4:00 pmEnds: February 12, 2015 - 5:30 pmFebruary 19, 2015Visiting Lecture: Dr. Glenn Martinez (Ohio State)Starts: 5:00 pmEnds: February 19, 2015 - 6:30 pmDescription: Glenn Martinez, guest speaker on language and immigration from Ohio State, reception to follow lecture
Periodically during the semester, WFU faculty and friends in languages and linguistics gather in Greene Hall 528 to discuss their research and current topics in the field.
For more information on our current schedule of Lingustics Circle presentations and talks subscribe to the Linguistics minor calendar, join our campus listserv or refer to this site's calendar of upcoming events.