SPANISH :: Research Resources
In addition to books and other material contained in the Library and Learning Center on campus, a considerable amount of information is available for both language study and cultural research on the INTERNET. Some of the most useful Internet sites are listed below.
If you run across a site in your web surfing that would be of value to other students, copy the URLs address and give it to one of your instructors to be included in our list.
GENERAL SPANISH WEB RESOURCES
Houghton Mifflin Spanish Web Resources
This site features links to a variety of authentic materials, including cultural, linguistic, and current media. Maps of Spanish-speaking regions of the world and transparencies for classroom use are also provided. These resources are designed to assist both instructors and students of Spanish.
Vista Higher Learning
The Recapitulación grammar review at the end of Estructura, available with auto-scoring and diagnostics. New ancillaries, like the Flash cultura Video and the PANORAMA, Third Edition, Supersite at panorama.vhlcentral.com
Centro Virtual Cervantes
Asite created by the Cervantes Institute of Spain. If you are interested in the language and culture of the Spanish-speaking countries, this is a place to visit. It contains a well organized set of links arranged by topics.
University of Texas
Material useful for Primary & Secondary Education in Spanish. It also contains a great deal of cultural background.
Excellent list of general cultural sources on Latin America. Contains links to almost every publication in Argentina and Mexico. It also has a very wide variety of sites related to culture and other subjects.
University of California, Berkeley
Spanish and Portuguese links.
Spanish/English dictionary tool
ALL ABOUT SPAIN
General information about Spain. Provides interesting links to Spanish history, architecture, holidays, traditions, arts, cuisine, weather, and more.
ABC. The leading newspaper in Spain.
RESOURCES ON LATIN AMERICA
Latin World. A directory of internet resources on Latin America and the Caribbean.
Arte Latino. Links and information on Latin American art, music, literature, dance, magazines, drama, and more.
About.Com. This site contains a lot of news and other cultural events about the Spanish Language.
Student who now lives in Latin America recommended this website. He says it's a bit dated, "but it's still some of the best free material around."
Learn Spanish: a free online tutorial. Has a little of everything about studying Spanish
Online Dictionary. The Internet Dictionary Project