This guide offers electronic resources supporting teaching and research in linguistics. Included are indexes to articles in scholarly journals, online full-text sources, encyclopedias, dictionaries, and other resources.
New web version of the most complete and authoritative dictionary of the English language. Contains all the second edition entries, which are gradually being supplemented with new revised entries as the third edition is created.
The largest, most comprehensive American dictionary of the English language.
Provides 700,000 definitions of 476,000 words, including 5,000 new entries added since the publication of the most recent print edition, plus: etymologies; illustrative quotations from skilled writers and additional example sentences to clarify meanings; synonyms and antonyms; usage guidance for commonly misused words; nearly 1,000 pictorial illustrations; audio pronunciations; and expanded & advanced search features including access to the Merriam-Webster citation files Incorporates other Merriam-Webster reference works including the Collegiate® Dictionary, Thesaurus, and Encyclopedia; Medical, Spanish-English, and French-English Dictionaries.
Contains the complete text of the latest edition of America's oldest general encyclopedia, containing 45,000 articles written by 6,500 contributors--a 25,000,000-word repository of text and images maintained by the encyclopedia's editorial staff.
Over 130 single-subject encyclopedias and handbooks, mainly in the social sciences
Sage Knowledge is a searchable collection of over 130 scholarly encyclopedias in the social sciences and other fields, including: anthropology, communication, education, geography, health, history, law, management, politics, psychology, and sociology. Also includes handbooks and texts in the Debates and Disability reference series Previously known as Sage Reference Online.
Over 125 dictionaries and thesauri, language reference, quotation, and subject-specific reference works published by Oxford University Press. Includes subject reference works in the humanities, social sciences,
Combined access to Roget's International Thesaurus of English Words and Phrases (1922 ed.) and Roget's II: The New Thesaurus (3rd ed., 1995). Provides brief definitions of words, with lists of other words with synonyms and antonyms.
Encyclopedia of the world's 7,000 living languages. Entries include an estimate of the number of speakers, alternate names, dialects, classification and language maps. Links to OLAC Open Language Archives for further description.
DARE documents regional aspects of English language usage in the U.S., including variations in words, phrases, and pronunciation. You to browse by region using the interactive map. You can also create your own maps based on the extensive survey data and hear audio clips from over 4,000 interview recordings.
The Dictionary of American Regional English documents regional aspects of English language usage in the U.S., including variations in words, phrases, and pronunciation. In addition to searching, the online version of DARE allows you to browse by region using an interactive map. You can also create your own maps based on the extensive survey data and hear audio clips from over 4,000 interview recordings.
Database of research review articles in the Oxford Handbooks series. Includes handbooks to linguistics, literature, philosophy and psychology. Includes all titles published in electronic format 2012-present, all subjects except for law.
Fully indexed, cross-searchable database of research review articles from the Oxford Handbooks series published by Oxford University Press. Covers 13 subject areas including archaeology, business & management, classics, economics & finance, history, linguistics, literature, music, philosophy, politics, psychology, religion, and criminology.
Covers the methodological and theoretical diversity of the cognitive sciences
A comprehensive reference work covering the methodological and theoretical diversity of the cognitive sciences. MITECS includes 471 concise articles by leading researchers in philosophy, psychology, linguistics, artificial intelligence and the neurosciences. Edited by Robert A. Wilson and Frank C. Keil.
Books, journals and reference works on social science research methods. Includes the notable "little green book" series (Quantitative Applications in the Social Sciences) and the "little blue book" series (Qualitative Research Methods)
Browse the methods map or the list of methods to identify a social science methodology to pursue further. When it is complete, Sage Research Methods will have over 1000 books, reference books, journal articles and videos on all aspects of social science research methodology. Includes the notable "little green book" series (Quantitative Applications in the Social Sciences) and the "little blue book" series (Qualitative Research Methods).