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Phonemic Typewriter(external link)

You can use this tool to type phonemic symbols to be inserted in a word processor.

You can also use it to produce the code needed to insert phonemic symbols in a web page.

Graphical IPA Keyboard(external link)

The University of Victoria Humanities Computing and Media Centre has developed a Graphical IPA Keyboard, an online application designed to allow users to easily add phonetic script to their websites.
All you have to do is click on the symbols you want, then cut and paste the code provided into your own html pages.
You can even choose beween matted and transparent images and the symbols are not limited to those used in English, but inlcude a complete set of phonemic symbols.

Findword(external link)

This is a utility which looks up a dictionary to retrieve lists of words which match a pattern. You can use it to search for words with a given spelling, pronunciation or part of speech or a combination of these.

Phonmap(external link)

Tavultesoft Keyman(external link)

Tavultesoft Keyman is a utility for creating and managing keyboard input methods. Keyman makes it practical to input many different languages in almost any Windows application. Keyman fully supports Unicode, as well as legacy codepage-based applications. Keyman includes features such as an on-screen keyboard, phonetic and visual-order input methods, and seamless integration with the Windows XP Language Bar.

Articles


Creating Interactive Material for Teaching Phonetics Using Macromedia Flash MX(external link) by David Brett

The present paper will discuss the application of the Macromedia Flash program to the teaching of phonetics and pronunciation from a 'grass-roots' perspective. The slant will be not some much from the point of view of large projects with substantial funding, hence the possibility of engaging qualified help, but will instead deal principally with what a single instructor, with even limited technical ability, can achieve.



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