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826 Valencia
826 Valencia is a non-profit writing center in San Francisco's Mission District, founded by author Dave Eggers and staffed by a legion of lit-loving volunteers. It helps students, ages 8?18, to develop their skills in the realm of creative writing, expository writing, or English as a second language. In addition to free drop-in tutoring, the center offers in-depth workshops in topics such as journalism, film, design, photo manipulation, comics, creative writing, and publishing to the Web.
About.com
A huge collection of websites, each focusing on a different subject and run by a "guide" who scours the Internet for websites relevant to the topic.
Alianza
The Alianza is a 65-year-old Bi-National Center with 52 branches in Uruguay, serving over 8,000 students. Its mission is to encourage friendship and understanding between the U.S. and Uruguay through educational and cultural activities.
American Literature Sites
An invaluable guide to Literature Sites, Books Online, 19th Century Periodicals and Primary Sources, and Miscellaneous Resources.
American Rhetoric
100 full texts and 61 audio clips of the most significant American political speeches of the 20th century, according to a list compiled by Professors Stephen E. Lucas and Martin J. Medhurst of the University of Wisconsin at Madison and Baylor University, Texas, respectively.
Ask Jeeves for Kids!
The fastest and easiest place for kids to find answers online!
Bartleby.com
Named ?Best Literary Resource? for 2002 by the editors of Yahoo! Internet Life magazine, Bartleby.com offers everything from literary classics to scientific papers, philosophical treatises, historical memoirs, and reference tomes.
Chris Fry's Listening Links
This site is a must if you agree with Chris Fry's philosophy: You can practise listening by going to any English language radio station, but it is probably better at first to go to a site where there are scripts of what people say on the recording.
CNWave-Teach in China
Teach in China. Make new friends and explore new opportunities in China, USA, Canada, and around the world.
Dave's ESL Cafe
The Internet's meeting place for ESL/EFL students and teachers from around the world.
ELT News
The biggest and longest-running web site for English teachers in Japan. News, jobs, interviews, free weekly newsletter and a host of other regular features.
ELT Web
Most comprehensive index of English language teaching resources on the web.
English Club
You'll find everything from lessons for learners to jobs for teachers, including many interactive pages such as forums, games, quizzes, chat, ESL help and penpals.
English Daily
ESL resources: American Idioms and Slangs, Common Mistakes in English, Proverbs (or Vocabulary) for Daily Conversation, Grammar by Example, and so on.
ESL Directory Services
A database of English as a Second Language Schools and ESL Programs around the world.
ESL Flow
A website for teachers run by a very dedicated teacher named Peter Snashall. This site is a collection of links to activities on a variety of topics at the elementary, pre-intermediate and intermediate levels.
ESL Resource Center
The resources will be of use to all Internet users, and especially to learners and teachers of English.
ESLWeekly
Offers Teaching Jobs online services, ESL/EFL Links Directory, Translation Services and Resources, Education and Training Resources
History Channel
From Martin Luther King, Jr.'s "I have a dream" and Winston Churchill's "Battle of France" to Lou Gehrig's farewell to baseball and James Dean's interview on the set of "Rebel Without a Cause," this vast collection of speeches presents the most famous broadcasts and recordings of the twentieth century.
Languages on the Web
A non-profit site with bilingual texts in 55 languages, as well as 30,000 language links.
Learn English
This British Council website offers songs, stories, poems, grammar games, tests, a magazine, and an opportunity to send postcards, among other fun activities.
Library of Congress
The Library of Congress is the largest library in the world, with nearly 128 million items including books, recordings, photographs, maps, and manuscripts. If you cannot find your answer in the Online catalog, make sure to "Ask a Librarian."
LibrarySpot
A free virtual reference center that simplifies the search for the best resources online, including libraries, high-utility reference tools, periodicals, library industry information and more. From the site, quickly and easily find libraries by type, acronyms, current events, dictionaries, encyclopedias, maps, public records, quotations, statistics, thesauri, books, magazines, newspapers, headlines, speeches, library associations, conferences and more.
Linguistic Funland
Resources for teachers of English as a Foreign Language. Linguistic Funland's TESL page is intended to be a stepping off point for TESL/TEFL people into the wonderful chaos available on the Internet.
Project Gutenberg
The brainchild of Michael Hart, Project Gutenberg is the Internet's oldest producer of FREE electronic books (eBooks or eTexts).
Shambles.net/English
Primarily designed to support International Schools in S. E. Asia, this website is run by Chris Smith of "The Education Project Asia." It provides links to resources that support teachers of English and their students.
Teaching English
This site is a co-production between the British Broadcasting Corporation and the British Council. It is designed to act as a forum, a practical resource, and an archive for non-native speaker teachers of English working in state schools around the world.
ThingsAsian
ThingsAsian.com is a collection of articles, facts, artwork, photographs and maps of various countries of Asia. Although they cover a wide range of topics, their emphasis is on art, culture, history and travel. They currently cover the following places: Burma, Cambodia, Hong Kong, Indonesia, Laos, Macau, Malaysia, Singapore, Thailand and Vietnam.

Unicef Voices of Youth
Voices of Youth is a cyberspace developed by UNICEF for young people to explore and take action on issues affecting their lives. It invites young people to discuss how the world can become a place where the rights of every child are protected ? that is, the right to live in peace, to have decent shelter, to be healthy and well-nourished, to have clean water, to play, to go to school, and to be protected from violence, abuse, and exploitation.
UpWords
This site features the writing of young adults from around the world. Poetry contests are run in which contestants have the opportunity to win gift certificates and other prizes. It offers information on various teen poetry slams and festivals, book reviews, writing and publishing tips.
VOA Special English
VOA "Special English" provides clear and simple news and information to listeners whose own language is not English. Using a 1,500 word vocabulary and a slow delivery, Special English has helped tens of millions of listeners learn English since its first broadcast on October 19, 1959.
Voice of America
The Voice of America (VOA) is an international multimedia broadcasting service funded by the U.S. government. It broadcasts more than 1,000 hours of news, informational, educational, and cultural programs every week to an audience of some 94 million people worldwide. VOA programs are produced and broadcast in 55 languages through radio, satellite television, and the Internet.
Volterre-Fr
Volterre-Fr Internet Projects for Learners & Teachers of English has received WORLDSPEAKER's 1996 VIRGIL Award for providing quality resources to the international higher education community. Check out what English and French educators around the world are doing on the Web.
Wikipedia
A free-content encyclopedia that anyone can edit. The English version, started in 2001, currently offers over 400,000 articles.

YALSA
The Young Adult Library Services Association advocates, promotes and strengthens service to young adults. In addition to supporting the literacy movement, YALSA advocates extensive and developmentally appropriate library and information services for young adults, ages 12-18.

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