We’ve compiled a mixture of relevant interesting readings, websites/blogs as well as, samples of some very high quality work done by your peers as reference. Enjoy!
- Word for Linguists by Susanna Cumming
A guide for people who use Microsoft Word to write reports/papers in linguistics.
- LaTeX for Linguists by Doug Arnold
A guide for people who use LaTeX to write reports/papers in linguistics.
- ELAN - for the creation of complex annotations on video and audio resources
- Transcriber version 1.5.1
Software for Psycholinguistics Study
Fonts and Keyboard Managers
Here are samples of high quality work/reports/posters done by your peers/past students. These are strictly for reference and should NOT be reproduced in anyway. There are serious repercussions for students found to have committed any acts of academic dishonesty. Please refer to NTU's Academic Integrity Policy to learn more about academic dishonesty and familiarise yourself with the various ways to avoid this pitfall.
- A Look into Character Amnesia: The Effects of Romanization on Character Knowledge in Chinese Language By Ho Sin Yan
- Comprehending Words in Context: A reaction-time study of lexical ambiguity resolution By Tan Wei Jian Samuel
- Living in Harmony: Intergenerational Negotiation of Family Language Policy in Singapore By Xie Wenhan
- #SG50ShadesofGrey - The social life of a hashtag By Chew Min Shan
- A Preliminary Analysis of Lying among Singaporeans By Chong Cui Fen
- Effects of L1 Lexical Tone Awareness on Linguistic and Musical Pitch Processing By Tan Hui Fang
- A Phonological and Phonetic Description of Shan Dialects By Soh Jyr Minn
- Effects of Music Attrition on Linguistic Pitch Processing By Tan Shen Hui
- Charting Multilingualism in Singapore: From the Nineteenth Century to the Present By Tan Lijia Gloria
- A Study of Focus and Accent in Singapore Malay By Diyana Hamzah
- Crosslingual Comparison of LInguistic Phenomenon in English, Japanese and Chinese By Gao Huini, Eshley
- Not so "chee bai" anymore: a look at Hokkien swear words in Singapore and how they have changed over time By Samantha Catherine Bok Shi Yun
- Position of the elderly in Singapore LL: Literacy assessment of the Singaporean elderly By Soh Yu Bin
The following equipment (Audio Recorders, Microphones, Headphones, Cameras & Tripods) are available within the LMS for research purpose. Students may loan and book these equipment.
Zoom H6 Handy Recorder
Zoom H5 Handy Recorder
Zoom H4n Handy Recorder
Audio-Technica AT831b (cardioid condenser wired lapel mic)
Audio-Technica AT803 (omnidirectional condenser wired lapel mic)
Sennheiser ew 112-p G3 (cardioid wireless lapel mic)
RODE Videomic Pro (gun mic)
Shure Vp83 Lenshopper (gun mic)
AKG MicroMic C520L Condeser Microphone
Beryerdynamic Professional Microphone Model Opus 81
Shure Professional Microphone SM63
Audio-Technica Microphone ATR1200
Canon Legria HFG30
Canon Legria HFS30
Canon Legria HFS21