The Linguistics Research Center at UT-Austin

Over the years, I’ve referred to the Early Indo-European On-Line resources at the University of Austin many times. They are hosted by UT-Austin’s Linguistic Resources Center. The LRC, like many other university resources these days, is facing budget cuts, possibly even closure. They are trying to make the case to keep it going. If you have used any of the LRC’s resources online, you can fill out a survey at the link below expressing your support:

LRC Survey

Predictably, it will also ask for a donation at the end. If you’ve got a few nickels to rub together, a donation would not only help finance wise but probably also show that people are committed to the importance of such resources.

The page for the language lessons also has a donation button:

Early Indo-European Online

If you haven’t been, take a look while it’s still there, because it’s the best collection of scholarly but readable introductions to ancient Indo-European languages I’ve found.


About G Barto

Geoffrey Barto has been teaching language and culture for more than twenty years. His focus is helping people use language to achieve their goals, both for personal growth and in building their careers. The right words can make all the difference in the world!
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