English Resouces on the Internet
English Mailing Lists
Electronic Discusson Lists and Newsgroups
VOLTERRE-FR Electronic Publications
VOLTERRE-FR lists electronic publications of interest
to teachers of English as a foreign or second language.
Links to English Language Resources
Mr. Hodge's Classroom page with a lot of helpful links will help you through
the year. Enjoy!
Have a look at this address, for a series of links about Distance
Education, English and Writing.
How to Teach Language with Fun and gamesIt's always difficult to find new
and interesting material to use in the classroom. Now you never have to be
Planning to take a language course at home or abroad? Visit
EF Education's new website. EF is the world's largest private educational
institution, with programs for ages six and up in nearly 40 countries worldwide!
A nursery room of the virtual Dreamhouse with Mother Goose, Nursery Rhymes,
and Children's Songs
Mother Goose Goes
The Seagull Guide on the most efficient ways to
study a foreign language.
Virtual English Language Center with some useful links for students of
English brought to you by the Comenius group.
English Resources on the WWW
with a number of links to the teaching resources of English and wonderful
Diversity--Resources for K-12 teachers
Teachers looking for ways to incorporate more diversity into their
curricula can browse through this extensive list of resources to find
information on everything from the Amish to the Pygmies of Zaire.
Newspapers and Magazines
New York Times Fax
The Washington Post
includes the full text of the daily edition, plus news from the
50 states, a daily congressional calendar, and over 1000 pages of links to
news, reference and Web sites for over 200 countries around the world.
Features include movie reviews, book reviews (along with selected first
chapters of books), links to over fifteen online comic strips, and sports
features. A searchable archive of the previous two weeks papers is
available and, in the near future, an archive from 1986 to the present
will be available. There are also several chat rooms on various subjects
ranging from business to local Washington, DC issues. Web site is completely
is slated to include
daily news and features, coverage of movies and entertainment, a computers
and technology section, a special section devoted to Southern California
sights and events, classified advertising, and chat boards. The site will be
free. A fee based site will also be available, with access to Times'
archives, as well as educational and research services.
The Chicago Sun
Times Web site
Calling itself "a left center of gravity magazine of ideas," the
Boston Review brings
its bimonthly magazine to the Internet with this web site.
The site includes the full text of the past three volumes of the magazine,
prominent links to the most popular articles, and a comprehensive author
index. Contributions range from highly topical articles (abortion, taxes)
to interviews and "meditations," and, of course, include many reviews of
current poetry, fiction, and books. "Past Hits from the Review" offers a
selection of important features, fiction and reviews from recent issues.
Hollywood Reporter, a film, television, and music trade magazine, has
established a Web site which offers the magazine's content plus a
selective, well-organized collection of links to industry resource sites.
The Web magazine is published 5 days a week and headlines and news briefs
are updated as needed during the course of the day.
Online Literature Resources
Literature on WWW
- Project Gutenberg Home Page
Electronic Texts from Collections around the World
- The Zuzu's Petals Literary
Resource contains over 1,500 links to resources for writers, artists,
performers, and researchers.
- The American Verse Project, a part of the University of Michigan
manities Text Initiative, is assembling an
electronic archive of
volumes of American poetry prior to 1920. Full texts are being made
available in both HTML and SGML (Standard Generalized Markup Language).
At present, over twenty five verse volumes are available. Authors
include William Cullen Bryant, Emily Dickinson, Paul Laurence Dunbar,
Ralph Waldo Emerson, Edna St. Vincent Millay, and George Sylvester
Viereck, among others.
Scout Toolkit need an SGML viewer attached to your browser. See the
for information on SGML and Panorama, a freely available SGML viewer
Resources for English Literature
LEWIS CARROL HOME PAGE
Contains writing from, and information about, Lewis Carrol, the author of
such children's stories as 'Alice's Adventures in Wonderland' and 'Through
- AUTHOR, AUTHOR!
An excellent collection of literary links.
- HOUSE OF USHERS
"The goal of this WWW site is to logically link all significant Edgar Allan
Poe resources available on the Internet whether they are academic or of
British Poetry 1780-1910: a Hypertext Archive of Scholarly Editions
The Childern's Literature Web Guide
- DE PROVERBIO
An Electronic Journal of International Proverb Studies
Electronic Archives for Teaching the American Literatures
The Etext Archives (est. 1992) are home to electronic texts of all
kinds, from the sacred to the profane, from the political to the personal.
Our duty is to provide electronic versions of texts without judging
Electronic Text Collections in Western European Literature
This page lists Internet sources for literary texts in the western European
languages other than English.
William Faulkner on the Web Literary fans of William Faulkner can explore
the author's mythical and actual stomping grounds at this site. The site also
includes a trivia page, notes and synopses of the author's works and resource
listings for students.
Guide to Christian Literature on the Internet The Institute for Christian
Leadership hosts this guide to Christian literature on the Internet Visitors
will find links to several versions of the Bible, plus church-related news,
books, newsletters, essays, articles and sermons.
- Historical Documents
Gopher Historical documents, philosophical teachings and literary works
by famous authors are on file and ready to download at this gopher. Selections
range from "The Gettysburg Address" to works from Confucius.
- Humanities Text Initiative
at the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, creates and maintains online texts,
including examples of Middle English prose and American poetry. This site has
links to reference documents, the main "stacks," journals and other
The Modern English Collection The Electronic Text Center at the University
of Virginia provides access to this collection of hundreds of complete
literary works available for download. Arranged in alphabetical order,
selections range from Horatio Alger to Bram Stoker.
Mythtext is an index to a large collection of mythological sites on the
Net. The index includes pointers to Arthurian, Celtic and classical texts and
bibliographies . The page also promotes Godfiles 1.0, a commercial annotated
index of over 3,000 gods and goddesses.
The On-line Books Page Hundreds of hypertext books are available on the
Internet. This index, which includes a search function, will help browsers find
Perseus Project Homepage An online poetry chapbook, this Web space houses
poems and some related images. Visitors also can link to literary Web sites and
Project Gutenberg is dedicated to the creation and dissemination of electronic
texts and virtual libraries all over the world. The organization makes
information and books easily and freely accessible to the public using
computers and the Internet. Find out more about the project at this
The world and language of author J.R.R. Tolkien are featured on the home page
for the Tolkien Language List usenet newsgroup. Visitors to the site can view
texts and resources about the fictional language created by the fantasy writer
or read archival newsgroup postings.
Mark Twain Resources on the World Wide Web Mark Twain fans will enjoy this
site, with information about the author and his work. Maintained by Jim Zwick
of Syracuse University, the site offers full text as well as interpretations
and adaptations of his stories.
Learning English on the Web
Musical English Lessons International
English Writing Lessons (currently under construction)
Recommended Sac Materials (CALL- Computer Assisted Language
HKUST Language center Home Page
English as a Second Language Courses
Welcome to the English as a
Second Language Home Page. This home page is a
starting point for ESL learners who want to learn English through the World
Wide Web. Many people have created ESL learning materials for the Web. This
home page links you to those ESL sites and other interesting places.
The variety of materials will allow you to choose something appropriate for