The Australian Institute of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Studies (AIATSIS) holds computer-based materials about Australian Indigenous languages in the Aboriginal Studies Electronic Data Archive (ASEDA).
Information about the different languages, dialects, and families of the world ('languoids') is available in the Languages and Families sections. The References section contains bibliographical information. You can query the bibliographical database by filtering the table view or using a complex query involving genealogical affiliation, document type, and macro-area.
The Technology Development Group initiated the development of this comprehensive website dedicated to the description of the world’s most populous and important languages as well as a wide variety of other relevant information about world languages and language study.
A large database of structural (phonological, grammatical, lexical) properties of languages gathered from descriptive materials (such as reference grammars) by a team of 55 authors (many of them the leading authorities on the subject).
Provides easily accessed authoritative definitions for thousands of technical terms in the field of linguistics. The Lexicon may be searched or browsed.
Created and maintained by faculty members at the Utrecht Institute of Linguistics.
A series is dedicated to historical research into past and present approaches to the study of human language and languages, and to critical enquiry into their underlying principles, motivations and applications.
ALAA is the national organisation for applied linguistics in Australia. It aims to provide leadership in applied linguistics and supports the development of teaching, learning and research in the field.
The national organization for linguists and linguistics in Australia. Its primary goal is to further interest in and support for linguistics research and teaching in Australia. The Australian Linguistic Society is one of the two main linguistics societies in Australia.