There are many sites on the Web that provide a comprehensive list of Shakespearean links . . . and we're not one of them. But the short list of sites we've chosen provide good resources to get you started. They are favorites of teachers and staff who have worked at the Folger.
Hamlet on the Ramparts
Hamlet on the Ramparts, a collaboration between the Folger Shakespeare Library and MIT, is a multimedia exploration of Hamlet 1.4-5. Complete with film, primary source materials, lesson plans, and tutorials, the site is a great place to begin working with Shakespeare in the classroom or computer lab.
A site that brings together the best of the humanities on the World Wide Web.
In Search of Shakespeare
Created by PBS in partnership with Folger Shakespeare Library, this site provides educational materials for teachers of all grade levels.
Internet Shakespeare Editions
A huge, high-quality website with edited texts and many other resources.
A bard-specific search engine, for finding quotes, characters, and instances a word is used in a particular play.
Shakespeare Magazine was a quarterly journal dedicated to bringing together the best of scholarship and the best of classroom teaching; although no longer publishing, its website continues.
Shakespeare: Subject to Change
Cable in the Classroom's broadband demonstration project.
ASL Shakespeare Project
Twelfth Night translated into American Sign Language, the culmination of a year-long collaboration between two deaf and two hearing artists at Yale.
For still more links within our own Folger Shakespeare Library site, select Folger Links at left.