As a researcher, there are a lot of ways to formulate research questions and gather linguistic data. LINGUIST offers several features you can use to reach out to the linguistics community as you conduct your research.
- Queries: You can submit research surveys, tests, and ask for resources relevant to your research here:
If you think someone may have already asked a similar question, check out Summaries to see if our readers have provided a response.
For general research needs, LINGUIST features a Publications Area where you can find bibliographic resources:
In this area, you can find:
- Books (and Reviews of many of these books)
- Journals listings and their Table of Contents
- Academic Papers and Dissertation Abstracts
If you’re doing language documentation research or your research is more technical in nature, you should visit our
for technical tips.
In fact, all of our projects can be used to gather information, and generate and support language hypotheses:
So once you’ve finished your research, how can you use LINGUIST to make the most of your career? Stay tuned for the next letter on LINGUIST’s resources for professional development.
Remember, these services are available to the linguistic community by your donations. To help us keep these services available in the future, remember to donate and help support.