- Los acentos del español is a fun quiz to learn to distinguish some of the varieties of Spanish around the world created by the Spanish newspaper El País.
- Adventures in Heritage Teaching contains a blog and other resources from Adrienne Brandenburg and Mary Beth Johnson, two high school teachers who developed a Heritage Spanish program at their school.
- The Bilingual Language Profile (BLP) is an instrument for assessing language dominance through self-reports.
- Catálogo de voces hispánicas is a video corpus of speakers of Spanish from around the world, created by the Centro Virtual Cervantes.
- Immigrant stories is an archive of contemporary migration stories through digital storytelling.
- Invenciones de la inventiva is the Spanish version of Engines of our Ingenuity, a radio program that tells the story of how our culture is formed by human creativity.
- Kim Potowski’s personal website contains many useful resources for teaching Spanish as a heritage language
- Nancy Fret’s personal website has lots of resources for heritage Spanish teachers.
- Oral Narratives of Latin@s in Ohio is a statewide initiative to collect, catalog, and preserve oral narratives of Latinos/as in Ohio in collaboration with the Ohio Hispanic Heritage Project and the Center for Folklore Studies, directed by Elena Foulis. You can also download her free book Latin@ Stories Across Ohio from iTunes. In addition, Ohio Habla is a podcast born out of the oral history project about Latin@s in Ohio, Oral Narratives of Latin@s in Ohio (ONLO). It seeks to amplify the Latin@ experience with interviews in Spanish, English, and Spanglish
- Spanish Proficiency Exercises is a compilation of brief video clips in which native speakers of Spanish from Latin America and Spain demonstrate various language tasks.
- SpinTX is a video archive of selected video clips and transcripts from the Spanish in Texas Corpus, a collection of video interviews with bilingual Spanish speakers in Texas.
- Tech for Language teaching and Learning is a website that contains suggestions for language teachers to incorporate technology into the classroom. The website was designed by Dr. Henshaw, director of Advance Spanish at the University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign.
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