This page keeps track of the various online resources I maintain, in approximate order of academic relevance.
|Electronic Corpus of Anonymous Homilies in Old English||A library of anonymous Anglo-Saxon homilies, with advanced tools for analysis currently in development|
|research library||My personal bibliography of scholarship. Most items are heavily annotated.|
|studium.langeslag.org||Course materials, as well as some fairly elaborate general-purpose learning aids of Old Norse and Old English.|
|paradigms.langeslag.org||A showroom of Old Norse verb paradigms.|
|septentrionalia||A repository of out-of-copyright text editions and scholarship in pdf format. Perhaps most usefully, it contains several dictionaries of Old Norse poetic language in browsable and downloadable formats.|
|rollover flashcards||An online flashcard utility for my students and anyone interested.|
|Allegoriae in universam sacram scripturam||A more lexicographical layout for Pseudo-Hrabanus’s allegorical dictionary. Nothing fancy.|
|real Old English||A first sketch I once started, but don’t expect to finish, towards an online paradigm-learning tool of Old English.|
|Beowulf hæfð swelce bloh!||Beowulf has a blog too!: a project I set up to practise my php/mysql and Old English composition skills. I haven’t posted in years.|
|Tech Notes||The obligatory blend of notes to self and public reminiscing on Linux, language, LaTeX, copyright, and other technical matters.|
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