Find e-books, streaming videos, and articles from magazines, newspapers, and journals.
Use your 14-digit library barcode number for off-campus access (the number is on the back of your student ID). Don't have an ID? Get one from the library. Distance students can fill out the online request form.
ESL Study Hall - Includes links to web pages on reading, writing, vocabulary, and grammar. (Christine Meloni, Department of EFL, The George Washington University)
HyperGrammar - Features specifics about grammar rules. (Writing Centre, University of Ottawa)
Interesting Things for ESL Students - From ManyThings.org by Charles I. Kelly and Lawrence E. Kelly. Offers games and activities for vocabulary, grammar and listening practice.
Randall's ESL Cyber Listening Lab - Provides practice sound files to become familiar with the English language. (Randall Davis, English Language Institute, University of Utah) (NOTE: You may need to download additional software as directed. Check with campus lab personnel to see what software is currently available on college workstations.)
Ohio ESL: English Student Resources - Presents an excellent survey of links and OU resources on ESL skills such as reading, listening, writing, other ESL topics, general study skills, and topics of general interest from Ohio University (OU). http://www.rice.edu/projects/topics/Electronic/Magazine.html
UsingEnglish Resources for English as a Second Language. Contains material for both student and teacher.
BBC World Service - The BBC began broadcasting to the world in 1932 and now broadcasts in English and 44 other languages to over 140 million regular listeners. BBC World Service provides visual and audio links to news information and access to world culture and entertainment
Mapquest - A recognized Internet authority for map information, providing information ranging in scope from the local street map to a broader geographic area depiction.
National Geographic - Internet version of the periodical with the same title, provides articles and images that illustrate or explain our world and its cultures. Free registration required to read articles.