- Phonology Laboratory, 50-52 Dwinelle
- Survey of California and Other Indian Languages
- Linguistics Department Library: The department has its own non-circulating library, containing thousands of books and decades of journal subscriptions, and copies of (nearly) every Linguistics dissertation completed at UC Berkeley, as well as many dissertations from other institutions.
- The Berkeley Language Center archives offer language teaching resources, language learning media, audio archives of linguistic fieldwork (in many cases from the Survey of California and Other Indian Languages).
UC Berkeley has outstanding library resources, both in terms of collections and staffing. The main library website fully documents the various campus libraries and collections. Linguists tend to concentrate on four of the libraries in the system: the main library (Doe), the Education-Psychology library, the Anthropology library, and the Bancroft library, which houses rare, old, and/or delicate material, including archival notes on American Indian languages. The UC Berkeley linguistics collections are described on the main library website at http://www.lib.berkeley.edu/doemoff/linguistics/.
Many of the Library's electronic resources are restricted to access from on campus. Most of these materials are available from off campus as well if you use the library proxy service or the campus VPN. See the Library's Connecting from Off Campus page for information on how to use these services.
Campus Computing Resources
- Some guidelines for securing your data.
- Campus Information Services and Technology (to get email, wireless access, etc.)
- The Scholar's Workstation (to buy equipment at discounted prices; campus community only)
- Software Central (to download software; campus community only)
- Register your computer for wired (ethernet) network access. Follow the 'registration web application' link. This is not required for wireless AirBears access.
- Information about AirBears, including information on how to sponsor guest access for up to 7 days at a time.
- Manage your Calnet identity or sponsor a Calnet identity for non-Berkeley collaborators. (Do not use this service for providing access to AirBears.)
- Create a personal academic website with the Berkeley Scholars service.
- The bApps migration schedule.
- Tools for collaborative research at ResearchHub.
The department houses several online, searchable corpora developed by its own faculty and students:
- Sino-Tibetan Etymological Dictionary and Thesaurus (STEDT)
- Comparative Bantu On-line Dictionary (CBOLD)
- Turkish Electronic Living Lexicon (TELL)
- Yahi Translation Project
- Yurok Language Project
In addition the department has access to many other national and international corpora, including:
- British National Corpus (If you can't get access, find your name in the campus directory, click on your name for your personal details, and report your UID number to firstname.lastname@example.org.)
- Berkeley Language Center Collections/Archives Literature Online
- The Linguistic Corpora Repository maintained by the Berkeley Language Center provides access to many of the corpora published by the Linguistic Data Consortium since 2005, as well as a small number of non-LDC corpora, to UC Berkeley-affiliated individuals.
- The Oxford English Dictionary. Unrestricted searches available from the campus network. For off-campus access, see the relevant discussion in the 'University Libraries' section above.
- Linguistics Society of America website
- The Linguist List (a free resource, run by linguists, dedicating to proving information on languages, language analysis, and the discipline of linguistics generally; a great place to go to find contact information for linguists and a clearinghouse for job postings and grants and fellowships in linguistics)
- The Language Log
- Linguistic Data Consortium