Looking for inspiration or guidance for your own linguistics communication project? Check out these resources!

LingComm Projects

Lingthusiasm (podcast)
All Things Linguistic (blog)
Superlinguo (blog)
Vocal Fries (podcast)
Talk the Talk (podcast)
Crash Course Linguistics (videos)
NativLang (videos)
The Ling Space (videos)
Unravel (digital magazine)
Babel Zine (printed magazine)
Language Science for Everyone (events)
International Linguistics Olympiad (events)
Linguistics Roadshow (events)

Mutual Intelligibility Resources – Newsletter linking to lots of lingcomm projects
List of linguistics-related podcasts
A long list of pop linguistics books
A long list of linguistics videos and youtube channels

Resources about doing LingComm

#lingcomm hashtag and @lingcomm account on Twitter
A Guide to Weird Internet Careers
Gretchen’s LingComm Course outline/materials
Taking Linguistics to the Public: An Outreach Guide
Linguistics and the News Media: An LSA Guide for Linguists
How to write a successful pop linguistics book
Resources for improving linguistics-related Wikipedia articles (#lingwiki on twitter)

Resources for any project

Creative Commons (to help with licensing options)
Web accessibility (does your project need to think about transcripts? Captions?)
#scicomm hashtag on Twitter
The Open Notebook (for science communication and science journalism)
It’s ok to ask for money (Get Bullish)

Text LingComm Resources in blue surrounded by blue confetti and a small white Lingthusiasm logo in the bottom right corner

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