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Open Textbook Library: Linguistics Section
A repository of open textbooks created by academic faculty members or professional organizations. Some books are peer reviewed. Highly recommended.
BC Campus: French
An index of open textbooks for French created by the government of British Columbia.
BC Campus: Spanish
An index of open textbooks for Spanish created by the government of British Columbia.
MERLOT: World Languages
An index of all types of zero-cost resources. Some are peer reviewed or have user ratings.
A repository of open textbooks developed at MIT.
Open Culture: Languages
An index of open textbooks (scroll down to "Languages"). See also the "Languages" page linked in the menu bar, which has links to free apps and websites.
A repository of collaboratively written open textbooks. Quality varies, but they are easy to edit. These Wikibooks are about other languages, but see also the sections of Wikibooks in other languages under "in other languages" in the left menu bar.
A repository of open textbooks from Portland State University. Includes several textbooks for less studied languages.
DOAB Lanugages and Literatures
A collection of open-access monographs
Proquest Ebook Central Language/Lingistics
A collection of library-licensed ebooks. Be sure to verify that the book record says, "Your institution has unlimited access to this book" before you assign the book to your class.
Mango Languages through the State Library
Please note that if your students wish to access this resource from outside the state, they will need a State Library E-card, available on request at Forsyth Library.