The internet has become the prime source for initial information gathering across the globe. According to many reliable sources (United Nations Populations Division, International Telecommunication Union, World Bank Group, etc.) more students of all races and nationalities are incorporating the internet into their study routines. In fact, higher education levels correspond to higher internet usage (Internet Live Stats 2016).
At LinguisticticsNetwork, we recognize the importance of meeting students in their space in order to facilitate access to essential information and stimulate interest, overall enhancing their educational experience, without compromising academic integrity.
Our resource links provide instructors and students with a wide variety of links to resources, covering areas of academic interest, such as interactive IPA charts; readings and postings on cultural issues; language learning sites, etc.
We actually poll our users to find out what type of material and information they are actually looking for.
Below are a few of the selected topics of interest;
- Linguistics Journals and Reading Collections
- Academic Writing
- Historical Linguistics
- Languages of the World
- Learning Languages
- University Linguistics Programs
- Linguistic Conferences
Let us know if you have links that you would like to see added to our growing list.
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