The LSA has a diverse array of professional development and scholarly resources available via recorded programming at our Annual Meeting Sessions, Linguistic Institute Workshops and Lectures, and 
The September 2022 "Meet the Authors" Webinar, entitled “Tenure, promotion, and academic review in documentary linguistics,” with Kayla Begay (Cal Poly Humboldt), Andrew Garrett (UC Berkeley), Alice Harris (U Mass Amherst), and Jorge Rosés Labrada (U Alberta).
The July 2022 installment of our “Meet the Authors” webinar series featured authors Tory Sampson (UC San Diego) and Rachel Mayberry (UC San Diego), authors of “An Emerging SELF: The Copula Cycle in American Sign Language,” available in the most recent edition of Language and online here.
The March 2022 webinar was held Friday, March 11. Presenters Claire Bowern, Irene Yi, and Sarah Babinski led a discussion entitled "How usable are digital collections for endangered languages? A review."
The LSA has been a long-time advocate for federal (US) programs that support Native American language preservation and revitalization efforts. With this, we have launched a Campaign in Support of Native American Language Resource Center.