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Webliographies
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A webliography of Slavic and Eurasian languages with live links and commentary; receiving over 1000 hits per month.

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Glossos
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Glossos is a peer-reviewed journal devoted to publishing original, independent research in languages and linguistics. In addition to publishing articles devoted to any of the world's languages, Glossos also exists to provide an avenue of publication for articles based on SEELRC research projects. In this way, Glossos is devoted to the specific needs of Slavic and East European language instructors and learners, as well as the applied and theoretical linguistics communities.

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Russian Culture and Language Through Film
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Culture and Language Through Film - web modules with diagnostics for Russian (similar modules will be designed for other Slavic and Eurasian languages). CTF provides on a single screen film clips, film text, exercises, bilingual dictionary, and instantaneous diagnostics to exercises in the on-line version. In the existing Russian Culture and Language through Film, there are 11 films with five to eight sets of film clips and exercises. Exercises exist at the intermediate and advanced levels. The next phase of CTF includes new modules for Russian and other Slavic and Eurasian languages, as well as a custom content tool that will allow users to utilize the interface to create their own CTF application.

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