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Commercial, Courseware & Faculty-Authored Software

Arabic | Chinese | French | German | Hebrew | Italian | Russian | Spanish | Turkish | Other

Arabic

1. ArabicNow Deluxe
Aims to teach the beginner to read, understand, and converse in Modern Standard Arabic. The program includes a wide range of activities, starting with alphabet recognition lessons, proceeding through the pronunciation of individual words and phrases, and leading the student into reading texts at various levels of difficulty.
© Transparent Language, Inc

Chinese

1. Integrated Chinese - Audio
Audio exercises (4 parts – level 1). Designed for students with little or no formal background in Chinese. Provides dialogue and pronunciation exercises.
© 2009 Heinle-Thomson

French

1. The Rhythm of French
A complete pronunciation course designed to establish good pronunciation habits and to help learners recognize and correct their own oral production.
© Salix Corporation

2. TV Commercials in French
Features a series of authentic French television commercials, this set illustrates contemporary French tastes, attitudes, and lifestyles, offers insight into French culture; and encourages cultural comparisons.
© Insight Media

3. France: Society
Explores aspects of French society, including class structure, television, family life, religion, education, the workplace, political parties, and the government.
© 1993 Appleseed Productions

4. Clef
CLEF is a comprehensive French grammar revision package which was originally developed by language teachers in a consortium of Canadian universities.  It is well-known for its clever feedback routines that give the learner discrete advice on his/her mistakes.
© 2002 D.M. Paramskas, University of Guelph

5. Pas De Probleme  
Self-study learning tool. Helps users set own pace and acquire listening skills. Program activities are appealing and accessible and help users develop confidence in understanding native French speakers.
© 2000 Houghton Mifflin Company                

6. Bien Sur - Audio
Helps develop good reading habits through intensive practice in skimming, scanning, and decoding and through a range of pre- and post- reading activities. Bien Sur! uses a variety of materials to equip users to function in different situations when speaking French. It offers balanced work in listening, speaking, reading, and writing.
© 1996 Prentice Hall

7. Bravo! - Audio
Helps users expand their linguistic and cultural knowledge through readings, audio recordings, specialized vocabulary development, and concise yet thorough grammar explanations. A variety of carefully crafted activities--all designed to build competence and confidence in using spoken French in and out of the classroom--help you on your way.
© 2002 Heinle & Heinle

8. Chez Nous - Audio
Chez Nous 3/e presents a highly integrative approach to the teaching of French language and culture. This program combines a process-oriented approach to language skills development with carefully sequenced practice that leads beginning students to self-expression in French. Learners are encouraged to discover culture through authentic materials, tasks, and an expansive cultural perspective that embraces metropolitan France and the Francophone world.
© 2002 Pearson Education, Inc

9. Dẻbuts - Audio
A series of structured, interactive activities are used to develop students' knowledge and understanding of the language, their language-learning skills and cultural awareness. They allow students to hear native French speakers, take part in dialogues and create virtual role plays.
© 2003 McGraw-Hill Inc.

10. Interaction - Audio  
Combines the best of a complete grammar text and a literary and cultural reader in one convenient, one-book format. Each theme-based chapter encourages students to expand linguistic and cultural knowledge through readings and communicative activities. The book makes use of different applications of technology to learning-both in and out of the classroom - including a new video program and iLrn French, a powerful all-in-one online solution that helps you level the playing field and manage your course.
© 2003 Heinle

11. Paroles - Audio   
Paroles encourages the reader to work with intellectual, personal, and cultural content in all five skills through the first year of language study. By instituting diverse learning strategies for the four basic skills and utilizing a process approach to foreign language education, the reader is able to work with authentic linguistic and cultural materials from all over the Francophone world.
© 2006 John Wiley & Sons, Inc

12. Legende d'Odile
Faculty-Authored.  Cultural highlights of Alsace and its capital Strasbourg. The grammatical focus is the Passé compose.
Created by Joanne McKeown.
© 1995 Muhlenberg College

13. Around The Eiffel Tower
Faculty-Authored.  A cultural tour of the Eiffel Tower and beyond.
Created by Olga Anna Dull, PhD, Lafayette College
© 1996 Muhlenberg College

14. Chaperon Rouge
Faculty-Authored.  An approach to the Passé Composé /Imparfait and dichotomy in French grammar through the story of Little Red Riding Hood.
Created by José M. López-Marrón, PhD
© 1997 Muhlenberg College

15. Civilisation française
Developed by Robert Ponterio and Marie J. Ponterio, provides a link to a website that includes activities on French civilization including photos, interviews and other online resources.
© 1996-2004 Ponterio & Ponterio

16. Elle me regardait comme ca
Faculty-Authored.  Exercises in French.
Created by Marie-Sophie Armstrong.
© 1995 Muhlenberg College

17. Essential Interrogatives
Faculty-Authored. This program helps users learn interrogatives in French through the story of Fido.
Created by Patricia DeBellis.
© 1995 Muhlenberg College

18. LanguageNow - FrenchNow! V8.0
Part of LanguageNow! Series.
- More than 10,000 words
- Hundreds of useful phrases
- Full-motion, big-picture video
- All pronunciation by native speakers
- Record, play back, and compare
© Transparent Language, Inc.

19. French Alphabet Reference
Focuses on the French alphabet. Part of LanguageNow! Series.
© Transparent Language, Inc.

20. La Geographie de la France
Faculty-Authored.  Focuses on the geography of metropolitan France in its entirety and its cultural importance.
Created by Kathryn A. Wixon, PhD.
© 1997 Muhlenberg College

21. TriplePlay Plus!
- German, Italian, French, Spanish, Hebrew
- Speech recognition, over 1,000 Words
- Record/Playback
- Conversations with onscreen characters
© 1994-1995 Syracuse Language Systems, Inc.

German

1. Computer Modules for assessing socio-cultural competence
Assesses socio-cultural competence in German. According to the CLEAR website, the "modules focus on high frequency communicative functions such as: asking for directions, asking for permission, expressing preference, and giving compliments."
© Michigan State University

2. Challenges of German Pronunciation
This program teaches how to master the vowels, diphthongs, umlauts, and consonants that comprise the German language. Designed for beginner and advanced speakers, it teaches tricks for proper pronunciation and usage.
© Sunburst Visual Media, a division of Global Video, LLC

3. Einfach Toll  
Lets students of German practice listening comprehension by viewing video clips in a relaxed environment. This CD-ROM may be used with Houghton Mifflin textbooks or with any introductory language program.
© 1996 Houghton Mifflin Company

4. Deutsch-Heute – Audio
Audio exercises designed for German students. Provides vocabulary, dialogue and pronunciation exercises.
© 2005 Houghton Mifflin Company

5. German Alphabet Reference
Focuses on the German alphabet. Part of LanguageNow! Series.
© Transparent Language, Inc.

6. Kaleidoskop
This program includes exercises and activities to develop students' knowledge and understanding of the German language. It includes a tutorial to make using the program quick and easy, developed by Houghton Mifflin and powered by StudySpace.
© 2002 Houghton Mifflin Company

7. Neue Horizonte Now! 
Part of LanguageNow! Series.
(Textbook available Neue Horizonte © D.C. Heath and Company)
- More than 10,000 words
- Hundreds of useful phrases
- Full-motion, big-picture video
- All pronunciation by native speakers
- Record, play back, and compare
© Transparent Language, Inc.

8. Swiss Click
Includes activities in German including videos, photos, skits and other interactive content.
© 1994 Mediarama AG.  

9. TriplePlay Plus!
- German, Italian, French, Spanish, Hebrew
- Speech recognition, over 1,000 Words
- Record/Playback
- Conversations with onscreen characters
© 1994-1995 Syracuse Language Systems, Inc.

10. Der Rote Vogel
Faculty-Authored. The program follows a private detective and a colleague from Frankfurt as they search for a missing parrot throughout five cities in Germany.  The exercises focus on questions about each city.
Designed by Franz A. Birgel.
© 1995 Muhlenberg College

11. Der, Die, Das
Faculty-Authored. The focus of this program is on German nouns and corresponding definite articles.
Designed by Dr. Albert Kipa.
© 1995 Muhlenberg College

12. Essential Interrogatives
Faculty-Authored. This program helps users learn interrogatives in German through the story of Fido.
Created by Patricia DeBellis.
© 1995 Muhlenberg College

Hebrew

1. DavkaWriter
DavkaWriter is a sophisticated Hebrew/English word processor with over 50 new features and enhancements, including many that automate Hebrew/English text preparation.
© Davka Corporation

2. Brandeis Modern Hebrew
Written by the core faculty of the Hebrew Program at Brandeis University, the nationally acclaimed Brandeis Modern Hebrew is an accessible introduction to the Hebrew language for American undergraduates and high school students. Its functional and contextual elements are designed to bring students from the beginner level to the intermediate level, and to familiarize them with those linguistic aspects that will prepare them to function in advanced stages.
© 2005 Brandeis University Press

3. Hebrew – Audio
Audio exercises (2 parts – level 1). Designed for students with little or no formal background in Hebrew. Provides dialogue and pronunciation exercises.

4. TriplePlay Plus!
- German, Italian, French, Spanish, Hebrew
- Speech recognition, over 1,000 Words
- Record/Playback
- Conversations with onscreen characters
© 1994-1995 Syracuse Language Systems, Inc.

Italian

1. Italy: Society
This program presents an overview of Italian society. It discusses the media, class structure, family life, youth and the elderly, traditional family occasions, courtship and marriage, religion, the papacy, education, industry, trade unions, the role of government and political parties, and Italian bureaucracy.
© 1993 Appleseed Productions

2. Italian Songs
A collection of 15 Italian songs accompanied by a workbook that includes lessons and exercises.

3. Video Italiano
Authentic Italian videotapes for Elementary, Intermediate, and Advanced levels. (VHS)

4. Cappuccetto Rosso
Faculty-Authored. An approach to the Passato Prossimo and Imperfetto in Italian grammar through the story of Little Red Riding Hood.
Created by Patricia DeBellis and Patrizia Bracci.
© 1997 Muhlenberg College

5. Gelato
Faculty-Authored. This program helps users with verbs in Italian through a story on an Ice Cream Castle “Il palazzo di gelato”.
 Created by Patricia DeBellis and Patrizia Bracci.
© 1997 Muhlenberg College

6. Gil articoli determinativi in Italiano
Faculty-Authored. This program helps users learn definite articles in Italian.
Created by Patricia DeBellis.
© 1997 Muhlenberg College

7. La Mia Casa
Faculty-Authored. This program helps users with the Passato Prossimo with ‘essere’  in Italian using ‘my house’.
Created by Patricia DeBellis and Patrizia Bracci.
© 1997 Muhlenberg College

8. La Mia Famiglia
Faculty-Authored. This program helps users learn the present tense in Italian.
Created by Patricia DeBellis.
© 1997 Muhlenberg College

9. Essential Interrogatives
Faculty-Authored. This program helps users learn interrogatives in Italian through the story of Fido the Dog.
Created by Patricia DeBellis.
© 1997 Muhlenberg College

10. Da Capo – Audio
Da capo is designed to help intermediate Italian students expand their comprehension of grammar through coordinated readings that illustrate grammar in action.
© 2007 Thomson-Heinle

11. Prego! – Audio
Prego! introduces elementary students to the language through a focus on vocabulary and exceptionally clear grammar explanations, then reinforces that knowledge through the wealth of exercises and activities that follow each grammar point. The abundance and variety of exercise material make Prego! a popular choice for beginning Italian because it is easily adapted to suit many different teaching styles. The richness and diversity of Italian culture permeate each chapter, from the opening dialogue through the numerous illustrations to the final reading.
© 2008 McGraw-Hill Company

12. Crescendo – Audio
CRESCENDO!  is a comprehensive intermediate Italian program that promotes the development of all four skills, encourages the acquisition of vocabulary, and provides a full review and expansion of Italian grammar-all within a rich cultural framework. It emphasizes learning language in context through extensive use of authentic materials, including short stories by well-known modern Italian authors. In each thematically organized chapter, the vocabulary, situations, culturally relevant authentic readings, grammar structures and exercises are all correlated to reinforce the topics and structures featured and to give students the tools they need to express their thoughts and ideas on the themes treated.
© 2007 Heinle

13. Insieme – Audio
Insieme!  is a content and communication-based interactive text designed for intermediate students of Italian. It combines a streamlined grammar review with readings varying from authentic materials, Italian newspapers and magazines, to short literary pieces and author written texts. Insieme is a learner friendly text that effectively emphasizes all four skills: listening, speaking, reading, and writing. The pedagogical basis of the book is an interactive, communicative approach to learning Italian.
© 1998 McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.

14. Prego!  An invitation to Italian
This interactive program allows you to watch video clips, learn about the culture of the Italian-speaking world, do a variety of fun and interesting activities, practice vocabulary and grammar from the textbook.  Supports Prego! 7th Edition.
© 2008 McGraw-Hill Higher Education

15. TriplePlay Plus!
- German, Italian, French, Spanish, Hebrew
- Speech recognition, over 1,000 Words
- Record/Playback
- Conversations with onscreen characters
© 1994-1995 Syracuse Language Systems, Inc.

Russian

1. Computer Modules for assessing socio-cultural competence
Assesses socio-cultural competence in Russian. According to the CLEAR website, the "modules focus on high frequency communicative functions such as: asking for directions, asking for permission, expressing preference, and giving compliments." The Russian Competer Modules consist of 45 scenarios. Each is a simulated interaction between Russian speakers. A short, English language description above the picture describes the interaction. Users listen to possible phrases given by native speakers and select the most appropriate.
© Michigan State University

2. Beginning Ukrainian
Comprised of video dialogues and readings by native speakers, thousands of audio recordings, graphics, and extensive notes. Includes access to five types of exercises: multiple choice, fill-in-the-blank, audio flashcard, pronunciation, and listening dictation.
© 2008 University of Arizona Press

3. Modern Russian Culture
An audio-visual, multi-disciplinary course of thirty-eight lectures on modern Russian culture (from the eighteenth century to our time).

4. Let's Talk About Life – Audio
Advanced conversation book, built around authentic readings from a variety of Russian sources (articles, letters, short stories, etc.), and interviews, plus vocabulary development and exercises to allow the user to master the language enough to take part in conversation.
© 1995 Syracuse Language Systems, Inc.

5. Listening to Okudzhava – Audio
Designed to provide students with facility in Russian through oral exercises by listening to twenty-three songs by Bulat Okhudzhava. 
By Vladimir Tumanov, children’s author and associate professor of modern languages at the University of Western Ontario.
© University of Western Ontario

6. Russian Alphabet Reference
Focuses on the Russian alphabet. Part of LanguageNow! Series.
© Transparent Language, Inc.

7. At the Doctor
Student skits in Russian language focused on stories taking place in a doctor’s office – 4 clips.
© Muhlenberg College Students

8. Essential Interrogatives
Faculty-Authored. This program helps users learn interrogatives in Russian through the story of Sharik the Dog.
Created by Patricia DeBellis.
© 1995 Muhlenberg College

9. Hello Russia
- English-Russian Multimedia Phrase Book
- Recording of Voice and Playback.
- Hear Russian speech at varying speeds
- Information on contemporary Russian Life
- 11 dialogs with animation clips
© 1994 OK! Software, Inc.

10. Nachalo 2003 Interactive Book 1 & 2
Written by a respected team of Russian scholars and linguists, Nachalo presents grammar functionally and teaches students the four skills of listening, speaking, reading, and writing within the context of a wealth of cultural information. The abundant practice material in Nachalo ranges from focused and controlled to open-ended and communicative. Nachalo features an on-going story set in Russia with a cast of Russian and American characters, exposing students to new vocabulary and structures in authentic situations. Most exciting of all, Nachalo includes the most extensive package of support materials for any beginning Russian text on the market, including a video tied specifically to the text, shot on location in Moscow.
© 2001 McGraw-Hill Higher Education.

11. Nachalo Study Guide
Includes a tutorial index of all the Nachalo content by category and an exercise index of each of the 7 lessons.
© 2001 McGraw-Hill Higher Education.

12. Video Guides for Nachalo Book 1
Designed by Dr. Luba Iskold for her courses.
© 2004 Muhlenberg College

13. Russia Today
Russia Today is a work in progress. Looks at the language and culture, people and places of that mysterious, mystical, magnificent land. Through a collection of items, helps users learn the language and get closer to the people and their culture. Includes lots of pictures, maps, everyday items and links to interesting sites.
© Middlebury College

14. A Journey Through Space
Faculty-Authored. This program helps users explores numbers, maps, and a variety of nouns in Russian through a fun virtual journey through space.
Created by Dr. Luba Iskold.
© 1997 Muhlenberg College

15. Russian Cooking
Faculty-Authored. This program helps users learn how to order food at a Russian restaurant while exploring 150 new words and phrases in Russian.  Includes video and audio produced by native speakers of Russian as well as  interactive images of authentic Russian dishes. 
Created by Dr. Luba Iskold.
© 1997 Muhlenberg College

16. Service Learning Project 
Service Learning Project includes video interviews with native speakers of Russian from the local community.
Students conduct interviews with Yuli Gershtein, Eugenia Mikhlin, Mikhail Mikhlin, and Vladimir Litvin.
Russian and English Transcripts are available.
Created by Dr. Luba Iskold.
© 2009 Muhlenberg College

17. LanguageNow -  RussianNow! V8.0
Part of LanguageNow! Series.
- More than 10,000 words
- Hundreds of useful phrases
- Full-motion, big-picture video
- All pronunciation by native speakers
- Record, play back, and compare
© Transparent Language, Inc.

18. The Hermitage 
• Photos of works of Ancient Art
• Over 300 images and 650 essays
• 15 minutes of video
• 30 minutes of classical music


Spanish

1. Preterito Imperfecto
Reviews the rules of usage of the preterite and imperfect verb tenses. It features examples, visual tools, and extensive interactive practice exercises.

2. Pronunciacion y Fonetica
An interactive Spanish pronunciation tutorial that explains Spanish phonology in detail and offers pronunciation activities in each section. Learners also have opportunities to listen to how native speakers pronounce isolated words, sentences, and then record and listen to their own pronunciation. Students will also hear different dialects of spoken Spanish.
© 1999-2002 Michigan State University

3. A Su Salud!
A Spanish language program for students to practice Spanish for health professions. Textbook is available.
© Yale University Press

4. Las Voces de Las Mujeres de Xelaju
Videotaped interviews, conducted in 2003 with 20 women from Quetzaltenango, Guatemala, present the views and values of women of various ages, backgrounds, and professions.
© 2005 Tess Lane

5. Intro to Spanish for Health Care Workers
Designed for students with little or no formal background in Spanish, this program provides necessary language and vocabulary to facilitate better communication between health care providers and the growing Spanish-speaking community in the United States. Textbook is available.

6. Español en Vivo
Emphasizes the richness of Hispanic culture and the variations of authentic spoken Spanish through filmed interviews with more than twenty native speakers of Spanish.

7. Tesoros
This product is one in which the entire course content is delivered completely on CD-ROM through an engaging, mystery-based story that motivates students to learn the language in a medium that is captivating, pedagogically sound, and fun. Textbook is available.
© McGraw-Hill Higher Education

8. Interacciones
This program includes videos and exercises that support the Quia Online Workbook. Integrated, interactive, and authentic, INTERACCIONES, is an all-inclusive intermediate-level text that allows you to progress beyond what you have already mastered. While focusing on listening, speaking, reading, and writing, INTERACCIONES, also teaches you to function within Hispanic culture by providing many opportunities to practice using the language in real contexts.
© 2003 Heinle & Heinle

9. Ir De Compras en Mexico
Faculty-Authored. This program explores different foods and reviews food vocabulary as students take a tour of Mexican markets.
Created by Anna Adams.
© 1997 Muhlenberg College

10. La Gente Latina en los Estados Unidos
Faculty-Authored. This program helps users learn about Latinos in our community and the United States in Spanish.
Created by Ruth Munilla.
© 1995 Muhlenberg College

11. Los Artículos definidos en Español
Faculty-Authored. This program helps users review the concepts of number and gender in definite articles in Spanish as students learn the parts of the body.
Created by Dr. Joan F. Marx.
© 1997 Muhlenberg College

12. Los Puertorriqueños Hoy
Faculty-Authored. This program explores the people, the industry, the architecture and the culture of Puerto Rico in Spanish. 
Created by C.A. Prettiman, PhD. ,Cedar Crest College, and John T. Pierce, PhD.
© 1997 Muhlenberg College

13. Mejoremos Nuestra Pronunciación
Faculty-Authored. This program helps users improve their pronunciation in Spanish. 
Created by Antonio Medina-Rivera PhD.
© 1997 Muhlenberg College

14. TravelTur
These multimedia CD-ROMs are based on the accompanying videos and feature an appealing and accessible design. This series lets students practice listening comprehension by viewing authentic footage and culture capsules focusing on an employee of a travel agency who is sent on special assignments to Spain, Puerto Rico, and Colombia. Emphasis is on listening comprehension and culture.
© 1996 Houghton Mifflin Company

15. Caperucita Roja
Faculty-Authored.  An approach to the Preterite-Imperfect dichotomy in Spanish grammar through the story of Little Red Riding Hood.
Created by José M. López-Marrón, PhD
© 1997 Muhlenberg College

16. Viajes a Latinoamerica: ciudades antiguas y modernas
Faculty-Authored. This program explores ancient and modern cities from Latin America through an interactive adventure and guided tour of Mexico while practicing the indicative and subjunctive moods of the present tense in Spanish. The 'red hot' words on various grammar pages allow students to explore the culture of Mexico in regard to geography, history, anthropology, archeology, economy/business, art, and natural science.
Created by Dr. Joan F. Marx.
© 1997 Muhlenberg College

17. Explora la Diversidad de España
Faculty-Authored.  Besides reviewing adjectival endings and descriptive adjectives, this program explores the notion of stereotypes through the cultural diversity of Spain (its people, geography, and food).
Created by Dr. Joan F. Marx.
© 1997 Muhlenberg College

18. Corrido no Corrida
Faculty-Authored. This program introduces Mexican folksongs while reviewing grammar and Spanish interrogatives.  
Created by Patricia DeBellis.
© 1996 Muhlenberg College

19. En La Farmacia
Faculty-Authored. This program helps users learn words and expressions used at the Pharmacy.
Created by John Pierce.
© 1995 Muhlenberg College

20. Fido the Wonder Dog
Faculty-Authored. This program helps users learn proper usage of essential interrogatives in Spanish through the story of Fido the Wonder Dog.
Created by Patricia DeBellis.
© 1995 Muhlenberg College

21. Tú Dirás
This interactive program helps learn in ways with which you are familiar--through video, audio, popular music, and interactive multimedia. The award-winning ¡TÚ DIRÁS! video will help students build their understanding and ensure their success in the course and beyond the classroom. A fascinating Cultural Video expands their knowledge of the different countries and cultures of the Spanish-speaking world. Plus, MP3-ready Spanish tutorials help with pronunciation and grammar, and the powerful iLrn™ Spanish helps you master the skills and contents of the course in a dynamic audio- and video-enhanced learning environment.
©  2007 Thomson-Heinle

22. Tú Dirás - Audio
Audio exercises designed for Spanish students. Provides vocabulary, dialogue and pronunciation exercises that support the Quia Online Workbook.
© 2007 Thomson-Heinle

23. Textos en contexto
This programs introduces users to the Spanish-American literature in a multimedia environment.
© 2001 Harcourt College Publishers

24. TriplePlay Plus!
- German, Italian, French, Spanish, Hebrew
- Speech recognition, over 1,000 Words
- Record/Playback
- Conversations with onscreen characters
© 1994-1995 Syracuse Language Systems, Inc.

Turkish

1. Beginning, Intermediate and Advanced Turkish
Designed for students with advanced, intermediate and little or no formal background in Turkish. Provides dialogue and pronunciation exercises (CD).
© 2009 University of Arizona, Critical Language Series

Other

1. The Story of Human Language
Covers aspects of linguistics such as sound change, cross-cultural relationships, word order, and vast verbal migrations.
© The Teaching Company

 
2. Let's Talk!
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Let's Talk!
- German, Italian, French & Spanish
- Customized word lists and progress tracker
- Digital photographs and recordings
- Vocabulary & Pronunciation skill builder
© Syracuse Language Systems

 

3. Accent
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Accent
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Spell Check for Foreign Languages
- Online Help for 9 languages
- 55 Fully Interactive Keyboard Maps
- Languages: Hebrew and Arabic

 

4. The Hermitage
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The Hermitage
- Photos of works of Ancient Art
- Over 300 images and 650 essays
- 15 minutes of video
- 30 minutes of classical music

 

5. Infopedia
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Infopedia
- 200,000 entries, 150 videos and animations
- 29-volume encyclopedia
- Speech recognition: 1,000 words
- Roget's 21st century thesaurus
- Hammond World Atlas
© Merriam-Webster's Dictionary

 

 

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