Cybersemiotics – A website launched by Danish semiotician Søren Brier around the concept of cybersemiotics, a transdisciplinary approach linking cybernetic information theory with the biological sciences.
Neurosemiotics – A website that aims to bring together neuroscience and semiotics; invites paper submissions on the brain and mental signs.
SemioFest – A website dedicated to pop-cultural trend watch and applied semiotics and associated with the annual SemioFest conference.
Semiotics Encyclopedia Online – A free, peer-reviewed online semiotics encyclopedia for research and educational use; accepting encylopedia entry submissions.
Semiotics for Beginners – The online version of the book Semiotics: The Basics by British visual semiotician Daniel Chandler (Department of Theatre, Film and Television Studies, Aberystwyth University).
Semiotics of Law – An independent website dedicated to the diffusion of information on “Seme” and “Law” that hosts entities promoting similar activities (The International Roundtable for the Semiotics of Law, The International Journal for the Semiotics of Law, The Legal Semiotics Monographs, and The Roberta Kevelson Seminar on Law and Semiotics).
SemiotiX – A global information bulletin that aim is to provide periodic snapshots of the situation of semiotic research in the world, with photos, editorials by, and profiles of, active semioticians, mini-reviews of books, state-of-the-arts at a glance, and selective publicizing of scholarly events.
Sociolinguistic Events Calendar – The idea of the calendar is to show all sociolinguistic events around the world, and to help people plan their commitments around what’s going on.