dolmetsch onlinereferences
 



topics on this page :: links to general information sites we find particularly helpful


Useful References Links

SuperSummary - Commercial Site with Study Guides to Novels
A Vast Number of Online Reference Books, Dictionaries and more
ReadPrint.com - growing library of free online books
Online Books at e-Server - tens of thousands of e-books
AcademicInfo: Subject Guides & Online Degrees
The Online Books Page
Page by Page Books
Project Gutenberg - free online books
Online Dictionaries - and not just English
Oldest Free 'Question & Answer' Site on the Net
Academic Info - Reference Desk
English as a Foreign Language - excellent resources site
The Acronym Finder - very useful
Free General References - a must use site
Big Dog's Library - an excellent 'reference links' site
International Inventory of Musical Sources
Biblioscape - the ultimate librarians resource
The Ecole Initiative
Bayerische Staatsbibliothek online
(Early Church On-Line Encyclopedia, covering all aspects of Church history up to 1500 CE: a hypertext encyclopedia of early Church history on the World-Wide Web, including a "growing glossary intimately related to a two-dimensional (temporal and geographical) chronology and a documents page that points to over 100 primary source documents related to early Church history stored on the World-Wide Web")
Guinness Encyclopedia of Popular Music, 2nd edition, home page
Wikipedia - the free Encyclopedia
Latin online dictionary
New Grove Dictionary of Music and Musicians, second edition
New Grove Dictionary of Opera
Rap slang dictionary
Roget's Thesaurus of English Words and Phrases
UK/US dictionary
Webster's Dictionary
Transcription of Mensural Notation - advice and information
Artifact the best of the Web for the Arts and Creative Industries
Urban Myths - What They Are and Where They Came From
The Quotations Page - a wonderful site
Why Not Learn 2 - Online tutorials on an amazing number of topics

Japanese Textbook Program
Joyo'96 - Written Japanese online Tutorials. 144-page katakana tutorial, Japanese Ministry of Education's Joyo Kanji complete with etymology, stroke order, movies, and mood music. Links to books, software, and free stuff. Also see the Japanese Paper Maker online program to make your own calligraphy practice paper or posters.