LinguaLinks Library, Logos Edition

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The Logos Edition is a new concept for enhanced delivery of the classic LinguaLinks Library. LLL-Logos will be especially appreciated by those already familiar with Logos Bible Software, LinguaLinks Library is a collection of electronic reference materials designed to support language fieldwork. The Library takes advantage of computer capabilities to provide information, instructions, training, and advice. The material is organized into 8 collections according to academic discipline.

LinguaLinks Library contains the entire contents of 149 books or book-length works and 223 SIL journal issues. There are also hundreds of searchable glossary entries and bibliography citations. The complete subject index contains more than 3,900 entries.

Please note, LinguaLinks Library Logos Edition has a single-user license.

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Table of Contents:
  • A conceptual introduction to morphological parsing using AMPLE; Black, H. Andrew and Cheryl A. Black
  • A few simple ideas for new language learners: ...and old ones needing some new life; Thomson, Ambrose and others
  • A field guide for principles and parameters theory; Burquest, Donald A
  • A manual for local (national) writers; Kondo, Riena W. and Leah B. Walter
  • A manual of literacy for preliterate peoples; Gudschinsky, Sarah C
  • A sketch of labialvelar consonants; Cahill, Mike
  • A survey of linguistic theories; Edmondson, Jerold A. and Donald A. Burquest
  • A workshop guide for primer construction; Barnwell, Katharine
  • Acoustic phonetics; Baart, Joan
  • African friends and money matters; Maranz, David
  • AMPLE reference manual; McConnel, Stephen R
  • AMPLE: a tool for exploring morphology; Weber, David J., H. Andrew Black and Stephen R. McConnel
  • An introduction to ATR vowel harmony in African languages; Casali, Rod
  • An introduction to phonological analysis; Marlett, Stephen
  • Analyzing discourse: a manual of basic concepts; Dooley, Robert A. and Stephen H. Levinsohn
  • Aspects of linguistic consultation; Lowe, Ivan
  • Bilingual dictionaries for indigenous languages; Bartholomew, Doris A. and Louise C. Schoenhals
  • Bootstrap literature: preliterate societies do it themselves; Wendell, Margaret M
  • Can literacy lead to development?: a case study in literacy, adult education, and economic development in India; Gustafsson, Uwe
  • Cognition and learning: a review of the literature with reference to ethnolinguistic minorities; Davis, Patricia M
  • Community literacy programs in northern Ghana; Bendor-Samuel, David and Margaret Bendor-Samuel
  • Consultant seminar reading list: selected readings for the Consultant Training Seminar held at SIL-UND, 1992 and 1993; Hale, Austin
  • Consultants as encouragers; Thomas, David
  • Consulting in linguistic field work; Grimes, Joe
  • Cultural consulting with Filipinos; Barlaan, Rodolfo R
  • Describing morphology and syntax: a guide for field linguists; Payne, Thomas E
  • Develop an orthography; Kutsch Lojenga, Constance
  • Expanded ethnomusicology categories for the Outline of Cultural Materials; Hollingsworth, Kenneth R
  • Field guide to recording language data; Grimes, Charles E
  • Field language learning: different stages--different stuff; Thomson, Greg
  • Games for vernacular preschools; Brown, Gay
  • Glossary of linguistic terms; Loos, Eugene E., editor, and others
  • Glossary of literacy terms; Author unknown
  • Grammar by means of discourse analysis; Wiesemann, Ursula and Kent Spielmann
  • Guidelines for a language and culture learning program; Orwig, Carol J
  • Handbook of lexicography for Philippine and other languages; Newell, Leonard E
  • Handbook of linguistic workshops; Lowe, Ivan
  • Hermit Crab: parsing and generating with classical generative phonology and morphology; Maxwell, Michael
  • How to analyze a language; Peck, Charles
  • Implement a literacy program; Spaeth, Carole P. and Leah B. Walter, compilers
  • Introduction to semantics and translation with special reference to Bible translation; Barnwell, Katharine
  • Joseph: a story of divine providence: a text theoretical and textlinguistic analysis of Genesis 37 and 39-48. [2nd ed.electronic]; Longacre, Robert E
  • Kick-starting your language learning: becoming a basic speaker through fun and games inside a secure nest; Thomson, Greg
  • Language learning in the real world for non-beginners; Thomson, Greg
  • Leave me alone! Can't you see I'm learning your language?; Thomson, Greg
  • LinguaLinks linguistics workshop quick reference guide; Leaders, Marlin
  • Literacy primers: the Gudschinsky method; Lee, Ernest W
  • Making dictionaries: a guide to lexicography and the Multi-Dictionary Formatter; Coward, David F. and Charles E. Grimes
  • Man and message: a guide to meaning-based text analysis; Callow, Kathleen
  • Managing your language learning program; Orwig, Carol J
  • Metaphors in English; Loos, Eugene E., editor, and others
  • Metonymies in English; Loos, Eugene E., editor, and others
  • On consulting; Thomas, David
  • Phonological analysis: a functional approach; Burquest, Donald A
  • Plan a literacy program; Walter, Stephen L.; Trudy K. Stewart, editor
  • Planning for literacy in Papua New Guinea: a handbook for literacy co-ordinators; Malone, Susan
  • Prepare for a literacy program; Walter, Stephen L., Mary Morgan and Leah B. Walter
  • Prepare for language learning; Orwig, Carol J
  • PRIMER: a tool for developing early reading materials; Weber, David J. and others
  • Problem solving; Lowe, Ivan
  • Relevance theory: a guide to successful communication in translation; Gutt, Ernst-August
  • Serving as consultant to larger teams; Trick, Douglas
  • Studying and describing unwritten languages; Bouquiaux, Luc and Jacqueline M. C. Thomas; James Roberts, translator
  • Suggested outline for tone descriptions; Snider, Keith and James Roberts
  • Supervisor's tokples education program (STEP), 1996-1997; Author unknown
  • The anthro guide; Hill, Harriet
  • The best of Ethno-Info; Hill, Harriet and Jon Arensen, editors
  • The catalyst and research library: tools for encouraging the growth of indigenous hymnody; Schrag, Brian E., compiler; Dorothy Shaler and Kenneth R. Hollingsworth, editors
  • The organization of phonological features; Cahill, Michael
  • The use of a book of photos in initial comprehension learning; Thomson, Greg
  • Tools for analyzing the world's languages: morphology and syntax; Bickford, J. Albert
  • Translating the word of God; Beekman, John and John Callow
  • Using MDF in Shoebox: a supplement to "Making dictionaries: a guide to lexicography and the Multi-Dictionary Formatter"; Coward, David F. and Mark Pedrotti
  • Using the Outline of cultural materials; Abbot, Elinor
  • Ways to approach language learning; Orwig, Carol J
  • What linguistics consultants need to know, but don't always have at their fingertips; Cooper, Russell E
  • Writers' workshop manual SIL-Sudan: the introductory and intermediate writers' workshop materials with teacher's notes and supplemental materials; Institute of Regional Languages; Sean Scott, editor
  • Writing and checking; Thomas, David
  • Your learning style and language learning; Johnston, Clay and Carol Orwig
$60.00
Date:
2016
Extent:
2.5 GB
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