This site has a guide who maintains the links to a wealth of resources for the student of Spanish. All site guides and chat moderators have the appropriate expertise in their subject matter — you can check out their bios online — and you can email them your questions or comments
"El lugar de referencia de la lengua española y la cultura hispanica..."
A collection of over 100 links to other Spanish sites.
"Diego Rivera (1886-l957) Pintor muralista, fue uno de los grandes artistas del Siglo XX. NaciÛ en la ciudad de Guanajuato y en 1892 se trasladÛ a MÈxico con su familia..."
A pool of information about Mexico. Has a built in translator for 5 languages (in English).
An alphabetically organized directory of newspapers and magazines published in Spanish.
Online Learning Center to accompany Puntos de partida.
"An interactive service , which promotes free exchange of information on Spanish current affairs and its historical, linguistic and cultural development, has begun its third phase through the Spanish Ministry of Foreign Affairs. German, French and Spanish versions will progressively follow..."
An extensive collection of grammar exercises with feedback as well as some excellent authentic, culturally-embedded and scaffolded multimedia grammar activities.
Visitors will find a very nice series of concise, annotated links organized under familiar headings. From Lauren Rosen at the University of Wisconsin; this site is worth a visit.
This site provides students and teachers of Spanish with focused multimedia Internet exercises designed to identify appropriate and authentic materials and Spanish resources on the net that relate to selected cultural themes, topics, and vocabulary presented in "Destinos" and similar textbooks.
The SRC offers Connecticut's Spanish teachers an extensive library of videos, music, books and other printed materials related to Spain and Latin America and to the teaching of Spanish as a foreign language.
The SRC also provides information about upcoming regional events, workshops and other useful links.
From the folks at PBS, this site features an extensive array of multimedia materials that offer insight into the tragic events leading up to the Los Angeles Zoot Suit Riots of 1943. The teacher's guide allows for a variety of activities that can help students explore the history of Mexican Americans, immigration and assimilation, race relations, teenage rebellion and minority rights. In English and Spanish.