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Colleges in general have quickly adopted the web for administrative (e.g. course registration) and instructional (e.g. homework) uses.  The links below are a sampling of what is being done for Hebrew instruction.  Many other online materials are restricted to students enrolled in the associated classes.

University of Texas at Austin: Developing tools and tutorials for online use.  A wide variety of active projects.

Stanford University:Video materials and drills from by The Pedagogic Center of the Jewish Agency for Israel, prepared for the web by Stanford University.  Also find these clips showing how to write the Hebrew cursive letters.

University of Pennsylvania: Exercises for the student of modern Hebrew.

University of Washington: Report on a project to develop Biblical Hebrew software.

Washington University in Saint Louis: An audio-visual Hebrew verb dictionary using Quicktime.

University of Minnesota: Online exercises to show some of the possibilities for using the web.

University of Oregon: This site provides tutorials corresponding to lessons in "Encounters in Modern Hebrew," by Edna Amir Coffin.

And this link may also be of interest:

National Association of Professors of Hebrew: The home page of the the professional organization of professors who specialize in Hebrew language and literature.

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