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Danteworlds
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An integrated multimedia journey, combining images, textual commentary, & audio recordings--through the three realms of the afterlife (Inferno, Purgatory, Paradise) presented in Dante's Divine Comedy. Danteworlds is conceived as a complement to--not replacement of--the experience of reading and discussing Dante's Divine Comedy.

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Spanish Grammar Exercises
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Exercises and drills for supplemental learning for Spanish students at the University of Texas at Austin.

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Texas German Dialect Project
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The Texas German Dialect Project (TGDP) is an umbrella organization for carrying out research in representative Texas German speech communities in central Texas. One of the primary goals of the TGDP is to preserve the Texas German dialect as it reflects the rich cultural and linguistic traditions of its residents. To this end, members of the TGDP conduct interviews with residents of representative Texas German speech communities. Portions of these interviews are digitized and subsequently stored for preservation in the Texas German Dialect Archive (TGDA). The TGDA allows its users to listen to portions of interviews in combination with their transcriptions and translations. As more and more interviews are conducted and edited, they will be added to the TGDA.

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