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This series of LSA webinars considers how linguistics instructors can give a more central role in their courses to scholarship from and about members of historically underrepresented groups and design them to be inclusive of diverse student backgrounds and experiences.
Are you already a published author?  Not yet published, but planning to?   Heard about Open Access but want to find out more about it?
In light of the challenges to teaching that Linguistics instructors across the country (and elsewhere) are all currently facing and expect to face in the longer term, the LSA has initiated an effort to develop a curated repository of audio-visual materials on a range of topics that are central to introductory, intermediate, or advanced curricula in Linguistics programs.
The LSA Ethics Committee recommends these additional materials for linguists on the intersection between language scholarship and ethics.   
Language unites and divides us. It amuses and mystifies us. We care deeply about it, whether it’s apostrophe abuse, speech discrimination, or the sweetness of a mother tongue.  The LSA's podcast Subtitle tells stories of our obsessions with language, from comedians, writers, and researchers; from speakers of endangered languages; from speakers of multiple languages; from anyone who shares these obsessions.
This webinar focuses on the skills necessary to make the switch to tech, the linguistics subfields that are in demand currently and the sometimes surprising ways in which linguists use their training in related tech fields. Speakers include both trained linguists and computer scientists who work with linguists, lending a practical lens from which to view the utility of linguistics in the world of tech.

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