The British Columbia Digital
Digital Library Collections By Subject: Language and
texts by language (for example, French
Literature: General Works and specific time periods for literature.
- FirstVoices Aboriginal Language
Resource (First Peoples'
Cultural Foundation, Victoria, British Columbia, Canada) is a Web-based language training tool featured
multimedia content contained within phrasebooks for various languages. Date
accessed: 2002-05-15. Date added: 2002-05-15.
- The Linguist List.
Michigan: Eastern Michigan University Wayne State University. Gateway to
a wide variety of linguist and language resources. The Linguist List, in
conjunction with the Linguistic Society of America (LSA),  also operates
the Endangered Languages
Homepage.  Date accessed: 2002-02-04. Date updated: 2002-02-04.
- Open Language Archives Community
(OLAC). An " international partnership of institutions and individuals who are creating a
worldwide virtual library of language resources, ... OLAC was founded at the Workshop on Web-Based
Language Documentation and Description in Philadelphia in December
. In addition to developing an XML-based schema for language Web resources
metadata, OLAC uses the Open Archives Initiative for metadata harvesting.
OLAC was formally launched in January 2002. Date accessed: 2002-02-04. Date
- Rosetta Project (The Long Now
Foundation) is constructing a " near permanent archive" of 1,000 languages in
online and hardcopy formats (micro-etched nickel disk and a book). Volunteer
contributions to the language archive are welcome. Date accessed:
2002-02-04. Date added: 2002-02-04. Date updated: 2002-05-15.
- Text Encoding
Initiative: Projects Using the TEI [by language]. Bergen, Norway: TEI
Consortium. List and links to  digital collections and corpus projects
by language that use the SGML Text Encoding Initiative. Date accessed: 2004-04-03.
Date added: 2004-04-03.
- Trans-European Language Resources
Infrastructure (TELRI). A " pan-European alliance of currently 28 focal national language (technology)
institutions with the emphasis on Central and Eastern European and NIS
The TRACTOR (TELRI Research Archive of Computational Tools and Resources)
service is a database of " monolingual, bilingual, and multilingual corpora and lexica in a wide variety of
along with various software tools. Date accessed: 2002-02-04.
Date updated: 2002-02-04.
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