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Linguistics

Resources for linguistic research

Getting Started

Encyclopedias are a great place to start, because they give high quality summaries of information on a topic. Also try some of the General Journal Article Databases to do a quick, broad search.

The big search box on the libraries homepage will search through articles, books, films, and many other resources, which can also help you get started, or use the searchbox below.

Dictionaries

External Websites

UCLA Language Materials Project Unrestricted Access 
The UCLA Language Materials Project (LMP) is an on-line bibliographic database of teaching and learning materials for over 150 Less Commonly Taught Languages (LCTLs). Funded by the US Department of Education's International Education and Research program, the LMP was created in 1992. It offers a bibliographic database of teaching materials, language portals, K-12 gateway, materials reports, authentic materials, CARLA institutional database, and the Center for Applied Linguistics database of teaching materials for the less commonly taught languages


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