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You also might want to consult the complete list of research guides by subject, depending on your topic.

Explore Europe's resources

European Library is a free service that offers access to the resources of the 48 national libraries of Europe in 20 languages.

Europeana offers access to many of Europe's cultural collections.

Romanization

Transliterate titles, names, and words from non-Roman languages using the ALA-LC Romanization Tables.

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MIT Resources:

  • Transparent Language Online: Register at this site to enable the system to track your language-learning progress; mobile app also available.

Effective 8/18/2015, new users should register at http://libraries.mit.edu/get/tlo and use this URL to access the site.
Users who created an account prior to 8/18 should use https://education.transparent.com/mit/game/ng/#/login.

Free resources:

  • Livemocha: Livemocha is an online language learning community, offering free and paid online language courses in 35 languages to more than 9 million members from 195 countries around the world.
  • MightyVerse: Say anything, in any language, anywhere.

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