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Resources for Multiple Languages
MERLOT World Languages
An educational resource for teaching and learning languages. Free materials for for many different languages.
Lessons, phrases, vocabulary, tests, and links to news sources in 40 languages. Site is no longer updated, but most resources are still very useful.
Comprehensive resource for a wide range of languages. Search by language, proficiency level, and source language. Each language has a large number of resources.
A collection of target language videos done by international students from the Five Colleges of Massachusetts in their home countries. Includes: Arabic, French, German, Spanish, Japanese, Greek, Italian, and Portuguese.
Uses images and audio to help memorize vocabulary. Interactive site that saves individual progress.
The SMaLL Portal
Language learning portal. Has free resources for learning many different languages. Sorted by "Popular", "Most recent", and tags.
U. of Texas at Austin site with Arabic language videos with accompanying comprehension questions arranged by level of proficiency. Videos can be played at different speeds.
Mostly free Arabic course and materials, with audio. Includes a reading course to learn Arabic script, interactive lessons, and discussion boards.
A Hundred and One Rules
A short grammar reference document for beginning and intermediate students of Arabic.
Center for Open Educational Resources and Language Learning
U. of Texas at Austin site with links to language learning resources for Chinese, Arabic, Portuguese, Spanish.
Ebooks in the Library
The library has an extensive collection of ebooks on a variety of topics. To find what is available, enter your subject in the library catalog and select as a phrase in the drop down menu. If a book is in ebook format, it will say view ebook in the record.
Almost all of the library's ebooks are multiuser. This means that your whole class could access the book simultaneously and for free!