Amr's Arabic Archive.
International Association of Arabic
Linguistic Computing. ARACOM-L is devoted to discussion of the use
of computers in Arabic linguistics. The body of the message should be
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Arabic Linguistics and Language
Teaching. ARABIC-L deals with issues of concern to Arab linguists
and teachers of Arabic. The body of the message should be
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It Is Arabic Language And
Technology (ITISALAT). The body of the message should be
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Arabization of Personal Comuters
Discussion Forum. PCARAB-L is a list of mostly Saudi users. The
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Central Asian Languages
Armenian Fonts Standards List.
HYE-FONT is devoted to discussing Armenian fonts and related issues.
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Caucasian Languages List.
HIA5 is a discussion list devoted to Caucasian languages and cultures.
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Electronic Hebrew User Group.
E-HUG is for users who use the Hebrew language electonically. The body
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Hebrew Grammar and
Etymology. HEBLANG is a discussion group on the Hebrew language.
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Hebrew Tex List. IVRITEX
is a list for users of the Hebrew version of the Tex word processor.
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The Catalogue Of Projects in
Electronic Text (login as cpet) is a database
compiled by the Center for Text and Technology (CTT) at Georgetown
University. The database provides references to more than 350 projects
worldwide including projects dealing with archaeology, Islamic studies,
language and literature of more than 40 languages. Contact Paul Mangiafico, the
CPET Project Assistant, or Michael Neuman, Director
of CTT, for more information.. A digest is also available.
International Languages Page.
Information Center at Oxford University.
The Less Commonly Taught Languages
Gopher at the University of Minnesota has information on about 250
languages taught at North American Universities (excluding English,
French, German and Spanish). Information on each language includes
contact information for each university (including names, addresses,
phone and fax numbers, and email addreses, if available). This
continually updated site is planning to expand to cover secondary
schools and community offerings. It is funded through thE Center for
Advanced REsearch on Language Acquisition at the University of Minnesota
and the Center for International Education, US Department of Education.
For more information contact the administrator.
Linguist List. LINGUIST is a
list devoted to the academic discussion of all aspects of linguistics.
The list is not geographically or theoretically bound. It is moderated
by Helen Dry and Anthony Rodrigues Aristar.
The Associate Editor is Ljuba
Veselinova. The Assistant Editors are Ron Reck, Ann Dizdar and Annemarie Valdez. Software
development is done by John H.
Remmers. The body of the message should be subscribe
LINGUIST firstname lastname.
Script on Computer. READER is a list
that deals with Arabic, Farsi, Urdu, and other scripts on computer. The
body of the message should be subscribe READER firstname
Turkish Tex Users Group. YUNUS
deals with Turkish text processing. The body of the message should be
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