From the University of Hawai'i Press comes Language Documentation & Conservation, a peer-reviewed online journal "dedicated to serving the needs of linguists and language activists engaged in [the] essential work" of documenting and preserving the world's lesser-known languages. Visitors to this journal will find articles from a range of international scholars on topics such as the goals of language documentation, lexicography, field reports on endangered languages, and language data management. Currently in its twelfth volume, Language Documentation & Conservation is edited by Nicholas Thieberger of the University of Melbourne (Australia) and boasts an editorial board composed of scholars from around the globe. This free journal produces one volume per year, and new articles are published and uploaded on a rolling basis. Interested readers may subscribe to Language Documentation & Conservation to receive email notifications of new issues.