From the University of Tennessee at Martin Bob Peckham's supersite now contains 10,000 links. Providing information on French literature, art, music, film, history, education, mass-media and everyday life. The section French Grammar Central has some interactive grammar links.
To access a world of French online resources for free all you need to do is REGISTER and then log in. Culturethèque includes books, magazines, podcasts, videos, resources for French teachers and learners. Regularly updated with the latest press articles and new French learning material, it also features a treasure trove of award winning novels, comics and kids’ books.
Part of a worldwide network, the Institut français d’Écosse encourages cultural exchanges and presents the best of French culture. French courses, talks, activities for kids, festivals, live music, theatre performances, library collections and film screenings.
A pedagogical reference for French grammar that combines explanations with surreal dialogues and cartoon images. Originally built for students at the University of Texas at Austin as a user-friendly guide to French grammar.
The Wikilengua is a site open and participative to share practical information on the standard, usage and style of the Spanish and means to reflect the diversity of a language spoken by hundreds of millions of people.
Sign Language is a visual means of communicating using gestures, facial expression, and body language. This site offers information on British Sign Language courses and resources. there is a sign of the day, to support your learning and a Finger Spelling Game.
The National Library of Scotland holds well over 3,000 printed works of Gaelic interest, including books written in Gaelic and other Celtic languages, as well as books about the Gaels, their language, literature, culture and history.
GiN is the abbreviation for German studies on the net, the information and service portal for German studies. The portal has been set up by the Specialized Information Service (FID) German Studies at the Johann Christian Senckenberg University Library in Frankfurt am Main since 2018.
The Goethe-Institut is the cultural institute of the Federal Republic of Germany with a global reach. It promotes knowledge of the German language abroad and aims to foster international cultural cooperation.
The Italian Cultural Institute, Edinburgh is the official Italian governmental body dedicated to promoting Italian language and culture in Scotland and Northern Ireland organising a wide series of events.
Analysis, filing, indexing of Italian journals published around the world since 2000. Abstract for each article. Cross-search by authors and titles, by keywords, by newspaper names, by collaborators. Biographical profiles of the periodicals and brief description of each issue. Strong focus on Italian literary and cultural studies.