Category Archives: Tools
In 1988, the Center for New Media produced American Tongues. Since then, this Peabody-Award-winning documentary, which highlights the range of language variation in the United States, has been a staple in American linguistic classes. Even now, when the average 18 … Continue reading
Teach Ling is a website hosting linguistically oriented teaching plans–some written by linguists. It also offers links to other linguistic resources on the web. If you register, you may both contribute and download material
Voice Thread is in app for iPad/iPod which allows you to narrate and comment on a document, and it appears to have a number of other functions too. It would probably be very helpful both for teachers and researchers.
A recent LingEducator post on passive voice provided a number of links to sites that offered help for those trying to learn to identify this verbal inflection. LingEducator isn’t the only grammar blog with concerns about the way that passive voice … Continue reading
There are so many new online tools for teaching language, it can be difficult to keep up. Here’s a list of a few tutorials that can help you figure out which are tools are going to be most helpful in … Continue reading
The title here is self explanatory. This is an article about writing a good abstract, something which ultimately helps you to write a good paper. This article does a particularly good job of breaking down the distinction between what you’re … Continue reading