Last update: 20. April 2017
- International Federation of Library Associations and Institutions (IFLA)
- ICAME International Computer Archive of Modern and Medieval English at the University of Bergen, Norway
- The Oxford Text Archive at the University of Oxford, UK. It provides about 2722 TEI (Text Encoding Initiative) texts, linguistic corpora in English, German, French, Chinese, Polish, Welsh, and Italianfor example. Other texts cover languages like Latin, Ancient Greek, Irish, Arabic, Chinese, Russian, Turkish, or Kurdish.
- Corpus Resource Database (CoRD) at the University of Helsinki, Finland lists of lot of corpora, mostly for texts in English.
- The online book page offers list of text archives, also for Non-English languages sorted by languages
- Project Gutenberg gives access to 40.000 ebooks.
- Google books lets you search for books that are already scanned by Google.
- Literature online by ProQuest LLC over a third of a million full-text works of poetry, prose and drama in English, also in literary journals. It requires a registration.
- TEI (Text Encoding Initiative) Guidelines for Electronic Text Encoding and Interchange (P3)
- Corpus Linguistics by Michael Barlow, last updated in 2006.
- Alex catalogue of electronic texts The Alex Catalogue of Electronic Texts is a full-text indexed collection of classic American and English literature as well as Western philosophy in the public domain and written or translated into English.
- The British National Corpus is a 100 million word collection of samples of written and spoken language from a wide range of sources, designed to represent a wide cross-section of current British English, both spoken and written.
- The University of Virginia Electronic Scholar's Lab, former known as Text Centre at the University of Virgina provides a lot of texts, but most of them are restricted.
- On-Line Books by Author or by Title provided by the University of Pennsylvania.
- Free ebooks from classic literature to free contemporary ebooks.