The Linguistics Profession
- Linguist List: A well-organized moderated mailing list for linguists. Also a good source for job listings.
- Linguistic Society of America: The professional organization for linguists in the U.S. Linguistics Career Launch.
SIL International: Linguistics in SIL focuses on researching undocumented minority languages, training field linguists, and providing resources to assist in linguistic data collection and analysis.
Ethnos Project: Indigenous Language Apps & Online Indigenous Language Dictionaries
Ethonologue: Languages of the World: A site that lists all of the languages in the world, along with their family classification and often some references to dictionaries and grammars.
Terralingua: Partnership for linguistics and biological diversity.
IPA Chart: The International Phonetic Alphabet (IPA) is a set of symbols that linguists use to describe the sounds of spoken languages.
WALS: An an excellent resource if you want to see what sorts of syntactic and morphological structures can be found in particular parts of the world.
SIL Doulos: The most widely used phonetic font. It's available in versions for either Mac or PC.
Aboriginal Languages of Australia: There are more than 200 Australian Indigenous languages, most of which have been destroyed; all the others are endangered.
Learning ASL: A site that offers courses in ASL interpretation.
Deaf Linx: Information on deafness, deaf culture, ASL and other related topics.
Deaf Websites: Online deaf web directory.