Online Resources

Society of Historians of East European and Russian Art and Architecture (SHERA)

SHERA is an association of academics, librarians, museum workers, independent scholars, students, and other individuals who share an interest in the art and visual culture of Russia, the nations of the former Soviet Union, and Central and Eastern Europe. The Society seeks to improve research circumstances for scholars, connect members to necessary resources, provide a forum for ongoing conversations on areas of mutual interest, and foster contacts among members. SHERA runs a Web site and electronic listserv, and organizes sessions at scholarly conferences such as CAA and ASEEES.

TBLPOD Podcast on Current Events in Georgia

Each week TBLPOD produces a free English-language podcast about Georgian politics and society.

 

TBLPOD podcast on current events in Georgia

The Library of Authentic Russian Materials

The Library of Authentic Russian Materials (found at www.shannovative.com/materials/ ) is a site with categorized authentic materials organized by various types of tags (grammar, vocabulary, text type, level, skill). 

If you have something that works well in Russian language classes that you would like to contribute to the site, there is also a form for contributions at www.shannovative.com/materials/contributions/ .

Wordalist

The Slavic department at Stockholm university has developed a very efficient language learning tool, Wordalist: www.wordalist.com

 

Main features:

- Statistics driven practice engine: Wordalist gathers data and gets to know each individual user and presents questions the user needs to practice more often, and those the user knows better less often, thus optimizing user experience and learning efficiency. Data from all users is also used in the algorithm; Wordalist knows which questions are hard and which are not.

Working Group on Germany and Poland

The Working Group on Germany and Poland is a collection of scholars from varying disciplines whose work explores the interconnections between Germany and Poland. The Working Group is dedicated to:

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