- Keyboard layout wiki page: 
- Keyboard layout repository: 
- Repository containing corpus of Warlpiri and English 
- Grammar documentation page: 
- Morphological Transducer Code: 
- Morphological Transducer Documentation: 
- Morphological Disambiguator: 
- Resources for machine translation between Guarani and Warlpiri 
- Dependency syntax: 
- Link to final project: 
Kinds of resources:
- computational resources (spell checkers, orthography converters, speech recognition software),
- dictionaries/phrasebooks/glossaries (multilingual and monolingual, online and paper),
- grammatical descriptions (theoretical and pædagogical),
- scientific works (papers, books, websites), and
- corpora (any collection of authentic text, linguistically annotated or not)
- Kirrkirr is computer software allowing for transformation of lexical databases to provide information languages target at indigenous languages, created by Kevin Jansz, Christopher Manning, and Nitin Indurkhya.  It's available for download on Linux. The specifics of the authors' work on Warlpiri is detailed here: 
- Christopher Horsethief has developed a Warlpiri Font Keyboard available on iOS devices. Available for purchase. 
- The AuSIL (Australian Society for Indigenous Languages) has an interactive Warlpiri-English dictionary  that includes a Warlpiri lexicon and English to Warlpiri translations. It appears to be free to download, yet download is not available on the current server.
- The Glosbe Dictionary contains 55 phrases translated in English and Warlpiri. The phrases contain usage examples, and anyone can edit their translations . Note about licenses: "Some of data we present is licensed with CC-BY-SA, some is FDL, some comes with custom license. Data source is always indicated next to data if it is needed due to the license."  There is also a free API that can be used .
- A list of Warlpiri words, including English translations:  No license necessary.
- A concise and comprehensive edition of the Warlpiri dictionaries used to build KirrKirr for Warlpiri:  Available for free download.
- The Omniglot encyclopedia includes a short grammatical description of Warlpiri:  No license necessary.
- The AuSIL has a description of Warlpiri, including its sounds and abbreviations: No license necessary.
- Syntax - Theory and and Analysis (Kiss, 2015) includes a chapter about the grammatical structures of Walpiri 
- Edinburgh Handbook of Evaluative Morphology (Bowler, 2015)  All rights reserved. Available for viewing on Google Scholar.
- The AuSIL also contains links to four papers by Stephen Swartz (1982), regarding Warlpiri clauses, propositional particles, verb roots, and verbal clauses, in photocopied PDF form  No license is necessary to download it.
- Jane Simpson is a researcher at the Australian National University who has published many papers on Warlpiri, including her PhD thesis "Aspects of Warlpiri Morphology and Syntax"  No license is necessary to download it.
- Jane Simpson's book Warlpiri Morpho-Syntax (1991) is available in McCabe: 
- Sample paragraph of Warlpiri from Omniglot Encyclopedia, including the English translation. Copyrighted, but usable as long as reference is given and it's not used commercially. 
- New testament in Warlpiri, available in other translations including English. All rights reserved, © Wycliffe Bible Translators, Inc. 
- A series of short stories by AIATSIS Australian Indigenous Languages Collection Informants. Open access, available for download: 
- David Nash has compiled a list of Warlpiri references, dictionaries, and literature: 
- A 4-minute news program Indigenous Language News Radio, available online in audio form: 
- Midterm overview notes: https://wikis.swarthmore.edu/ling073/Warlpiri/Midterm