Learner.Org

Annenberg Learner produces educational video programs with coordinated Web and print materials for the professional development of K-12 teachers. Annenberg Learner's multimedia resources help teachers increase their expertise in their fields and assist them in improving their teaching methods. Many programs are also intended for students in the classroom and viewers at home. All Annenberg Learner videos exemplify excellent teaching.

Latin Literature

Sponsored by Kentucky Educational Television, this site supports an online course in the study of Latin and offers additional resources on Roman culture.

Latin American Network Information Center (LANIC)

Resources for the study of South American, Central American, and Caribbean culture.

Labyrinth: Resources for Medieval Studies

Texts, images, and commentary for the study of the Middle Ages.

Jazz: A Ken Burns Film

This highly interactive site offers many ways to introduce jazz as a musical genre and cultural tradition. An interactive map features hot places for jazz in America; a lounge defines jazz with recordings of key elements and genres; and audio files feauture nine different songs of nine artists. Artists featured on the site include: Louis Armstrong, John Coltrane, Miles Davis, Ella Fitzgerald, Billie Holiday, and Sarah Vaughan.

Internet Public Library

Hosted by Drexel University's College of Information Science and Technology and aided by a consortium of colleges and universities with programs in information science, this site contains a vast collection of online texts, including novels, newspapers, magazines, and tutorials for students of all ages.

Internet Medieval Sourcebook

A library of texts and translations recording all aspects of medieval life.

Ȋle en ȋle

This French-language site, designed and hosted at the City University of New York and associated with a French non-profit educational association, focuses on the history, society, and literature of various French-speaking islands located throughout the world.

Harpweek

Created by Harper's Weekly as an online archive of 18th and 19th century issues of the magazine, the site contains ten free features utilizing rich primary sources and scholastic commentary on topics that range from Immigrant and Ethnic America to The World of Thomas Nast.

Harlem 1900–1940: An African American Community

Created by the School of Information at the University of Michigan with exhibits from the Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture, this site gives students an exhaustive overview of the culture, community, and organizations of the Harlem Renaissance.