Selection of links to Italian websites for television, radio, newspapers, magazines, and other media.
Selection of links to Italian airlines and train stations, main cities and study abroad programs.
Links to Italian stores, restaurants, museums, etc, located in the Denver-Boulder metropolitan area.
2Spaghi allows you to find restaurants in Italy and abroad, read reviews and view pictures, and send photos of restaurants where you are eating.
This is a free magazine of the best in online music and film and includes interviews, news, and reviews of CDs, movies, and concerts in Italian.
The first application to the world on the Italian Gestures.
Italian Radio Recorder is an easy to use application that lets you play and record the Italian radio station of your choice from a huge list of available radio channels so you can enjoy radio recordings of up to 30 minutes even if you are not connected to the Internet.
A free application that allows you to learn the anthem of Italy.
Radio Italia brings you more than 800 Italian stations.
A great application for all users who are taking a driver's license or for those who need to quickly go over all the rules of the road traffic signs.
This is a website to bookmark ASAP. Students can enter any Italian verb in the search box in order to find the way it is conjugated or to find its infinitive form. (In German, but easy to use.)
This website is entirely in italian and provides practice activities focused on grammar.
This website is entirely in English and provides an extensive review of the Italian grammar. There are four main sections: Phonology and writing, Morphology, Synthax and Derivation.
An Introduction to Baroque Art has a simple and straightforward interface. This website can be assigned as homework as a thorough introduction to this topic or used in the classroom as a team activity.
This beautiful multimedia site is available in six languages. Students can practice thier reading skills. It also provides virtual tours of the Vatican, and its art galleries and a 360° view of the frescoes of the sistine chapel.
This multimedia website contains four italian short stories from the turn of the 20th century in audio and written format. It has glossaries as well as Quicktime video interviews and instructional activities.
This website offers a wealth of resources on Dante's inferno, including a biography of the author, chronologies, full versions of the Divine Comedy as well as a rich collection of images and art work.