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Latin language

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View Resource VRoma: A Virtual Community for Teaching and Learning Classics

The product of a recent NEH Teaching with Technology Grant, this two-tiered site promises to be an engaging and extensive resource for Classics courses. The first tier is an online "place," modeled upon the ancient city of Rome, where students and teachers can interact live via a traditional MOO session (information on registration requests and the MOO interface is provided). Within this...
View Resource Pronunciation of Biological Latin

Peter Ommundsen, instructor at Selkirk College (Canada), has put together this online resource targeting undergraduates. The site introduces the reader to the pronunciation of biological Latin -- a handy reference for newcomers to the language of science. It is concise and serves as a helpful introduction to the topic.
View Resource Classical Language Instruction Project

Developed by Christian Wildberg at Princeton University, the Classical Language Instruction Project is designed to function as a resource for college undergraduates hoping to gain some insight into the pronunciation and elocution of ancient Greek and Latin. As the rationale for the Project states on the site: "There may be considerable debate among scholars about the most 'authentic' way to...