– Digital Librarian: a librarian’s choice of the best of the web: http://www.digital-librarian.com/
This is a fantastic place to start finding specific subjects and web sites that relate to them. Margaret Vail Anderson, a librarian from Cortland, New York maintains the site which catalogues sites dealing with Activism, Archives & Manuscripts, Mathematics, Psychology, Technology, etc. etc. Go check it out!:
¨ Dave’s ESL Café: : http://www.eslcafe.com/
Internet Meeting Place for learners of English. This is a good place to begin to find interesting sites. Highly Recommended.
¨ John’s ESL Community: http://www.johnsesl.co
Free class websites, free web mail, quizzes, puzzles, games, tutorials. One of the most comprehensive ESL sites on the internet.
¨ ESL Independent Study Lab: http://www.lclark.edu/~krauss/toppicks/toppicks.html
This site consists of over 150 annotated links to high-quality websites, organized by topic and graded by language ability. There’s something for all ESL/EFL students.
¨ English Planet: http://www.planetEnglish.com
¨ “About” Site: http://esl.about.com/
A hub for other ESL sites which help students with English
¨ English Café Australia : http://www.englishcafe.com.au
Independent information about English language colleges in Australia plus free online learning resources
¨ The English Global Village: http://www.amalnet.k12.il/meida/english/
A really cool site for students to visit! Check out the Cyberworlds for some great activities!
¨ English Forum: http://www.englishforum.com/00/
Comprehensive web portal with a wealth of resources for students. Interactive Exercises, Message Boards, ELT Bookshop, Good School Guide, Web Directory, World News, Links, Cool Tools and more….
¨ Isabel’s ESL Site: http://www.isabelperez.com/
A more personalized site with lots of links
¨ Broadcast.com: http://esl.about.com/cs/listeningresource/
An excellent site for finding all kinds of free listening resources for improving your oral comprehension. Many include scripts, glossaries, and comprehension exercises for ESL students.
¨ 1-Language.Com: http://www.1-language.com/: a one-stop site for finding useful material for learning English and other languages
¨ Activities for ESL Students: http://a4esl.org/
¨ Agenda Web: http://www.agendaweb.org/: hundreds of exercises to practice your English
¨ E. L. Easton: materials for students and teachers: http://eleaston.com/:Hundreds of sites arranged by theme for students and teachers
¨ English Exercises Online: http://www.smic.be/smic5022/: Free access to more than 100 language ressources, interactive quizzes and exercises, and for teachers ready-to-use handouts and time-saving lesson ideas
¨ English Banana: resources for English and Drama Students: http://www.englishbanana.com/
¨ ESL Blues: http://ww2.college-em.qc.ca/prof/epritchard/: excellent site for intermediate to upper intermediate students (middle and high school students especially) with everything you need to review your grammar and vocabulary
¨ ESL Partyland: http://www.eslpartyland.com/: Many ideas for students and teachers with constant updates and announcements
¨ The Tower of English: http://towerofenglish.com/: Excellent site for business and general English students updated constantly with the best sites for learning English
¨ Call for All: World’s Call Dictionary: http://www.call4all.us///home/index2.php: Language links dictionary to help students communicate between 2 languages