UT-Austin Linguistics Courses

Linguistics Courses

Spring 2003

The linguistics course web site has been developed to increase the web presence of linguistics at UT, and to encourage students' use of linguistics resources on the web. This site provides course listings and descriptions as well as resources for students who are new to the field of linguistics.

For course listings, descriptions, prerequisites, requirements, and texts:

For course instructors, unique numbers, meeting times and meeting locations:

Resources for Linguistics Instructors

Interested in posting some of your course materials on the web? It's easy! Learn about your options for publishing, including how to use your Blackboard course web site.

Resources for Linguistics Students

Morphology Download practice morphology problems. Links to sites with more practice problems, morphological analyzers, and more.
Syntax Download an interactive syntax tutor or a tree-building font. Links to essays on sentence structure, word order, syntactic ambiguity. Plus lots more...
Semantics Links to WordNet and sites on semiotics, metaphors and meaning.
Phonetics Phonetics exercises for practice with transcription and phonetic fonts for your computer. Also, links to help with articulatory as well as acoustic phonetics.
Phonology Links to an online phonology course, phonology and sound change, and Canadian raising.
Psycholinguistics Links to sites on language acquisition, neurolinguistics, and animal communication.
Sociolinguistics An interactive dialect map, as well as links to sites on dialects, language policy, Ebonics, pidgins & creoles, and much more.
Historical Download some historical linguistics problems for help with Grimm's Law, comparative reconstruction, and more. Links to sites on history of English, language change, Germanic languages, and more.
Writing Links to mayan glyphs, ancient scripts, and all the scripts of the world.
Other Links to sites on endangered languages, Tolkienian languages, computational linguistics, linguistic fieldwork, and fun with linguistics!

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Spring 2003 Course Schedule | Linguistics Dept| UT-Austin

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