Here are some great additional online resources for students and teachers right here at Folger Shakespeare Library:
A one-stop reference source on Shakespeare and his age, his plays, his poems, his use of language, theater in his time, the publication of his works, and more.
Shakespeare in American Life
Created for the library's 75th anniversary in 2007, this innovative site offers stories, photos, audio, video, games, and interactive features on the unique intersection between Shakespeare's works and American culture, from Jamestown to the 21st century.
Folger Digital Image Collection
Powerful tools help you and your students explore a visual feast of tens of thousands of images from the Folger Shakespeare Library collection, including books, theater memorabilia, manuscripts, art, and more.
A handy round-up of Folger resources on our site and other sites, too, including Facebook, MySpace, iTunes, YouTube, Flickr, and more. We're everywhere! Enjoy and explore.
Folger Shakespeare Editions
Learn more here about the popular Folger Shakespeare editions of the plays.
Past Folger Exhibitions
Resources, information, and images from a wide variety of past Folger exhibitions on topics related to Shakespeare and the age he lived in.
Elizabethan Garden Q & A
Learn more about the herbs of Shakespeare's day.
Go behind the scenes in the library's world-class conservation lab with photos and stories of work on rare books, manuscripts, and prints.
Located within our Discover Shakespeare pages, this list is a guide to external Shakespeare resources.
History of Shakespeare in American Education
Of special interest to teachers: a Folger Institute conference exploring the past history of Shakespeare in American education, from 1607 to 1934.
Shakespeare Quarterly is a journal committed to publishing articles in the vanguard of Shakespeare studies.
The Folger shop offers customers the online opportunity to explore its catalog of Shakespeare and Elizabethan-themed merchandise and make purchases.