The Language Mixxer is a free educational website for language exchange (i.e., locating a Russian conversation partner to exchange Russian for English) via Skype. Ask your instructor to sign up your class!
Languageguide.org for RussianVocabulary exercises with audio
To use the Russian keyboard in the Language Center, download this helpful handout.
Selected Language Learning Links for Russian
Golosa Home Page (5th and 4th editions). Everything to accompany the textbook of the same name. Features audio, interactive exercises, and a chapter-by-chapter video segment.
Grammar Exercises for Russian Students from Denver University
Grammatica allows you a free 20-day trial to upload any Russian text. The program will place accents and help you identify the grammatical category the words fit, which can sometimes be a challenge.
On-line Russian Reference Grammar. Try especially the Java Exercises.
Check out Forvo for help with pronunciation.
Russian Language and Culture Links
Communal living in Russia is devoted to life in a St. Petersburg communal apartment, complete with video tours, diagrams, photos, transcripts of the Russian text, and explanatory notes —an amazing cultural and linguistic tool.
View a video concerning the aftereffects of the nuclear disaster at Chernobyl, filmed at an institution for genetically damaged children.
Watch clips from the Soviet humorous TV program Eralash, with videos, transcripts of the Russian text, and explanatory notes. Some of the clips are pretty funny and give you an idea of everyday life in the Soviet period.
100 Russian Signs - Just what it says! 100 photos of signs in Russian for many everyday items. Hear the words pronounced, see them in context.
Friends and Partners promotes better understanding between Russia and the United States.
Hermitage Museum in Russian and in English
Roy’s Russian Language Resources includes lots of links, including a wealth of information concerning Russian language computing.