College of Liberal Arts

Course Websites: A-H

The following table is a comprehensive list of instructional course websites produced by both Liberal Arts Instructional Technology Services and the College of Liberal Arts. Listings marked with a [*] have been produced by or with the assistance of LAITS. If you need assistance with your course website, see Instructional Web Services.

Course Websites: A-H | I-R | S-Z | Past Instructional Technology Projects


  Course Information Course Description
Icon 19th century France * 19th Century France: A Visual Resource
Professor Alexandra K Wettlaufer
French and Italian
This interdisciplinary web site presents an overview of nineteenth-century French visual culture in relation to history, literature and social changes.
Icon Alkitaab text book * Alkitaab Text Book
Kristen Brustad, Mahmoud Al-Batal, and Abbas Al-Tonsi
Middle Eastern Languages and Cultures
A textbook series for Arabic.
Icon American Politics * American Politics

Government
Computer-based resources to enhance a student's experience in GOV 310, the introductory American Politics course at the University of Texas at Austin.
Icon Arabic Arabic
Mohammad A Mohammad
Middle Eastern Languages and Cultures
Arabic language exercises at the University of Texas.
Icon Arabic Teaching Resources Arabic Teaching Resources
Kristen Brustad, Mahmoud Al-Batal, and Abbas Al-Tonsi
Middle Eastern Languages and Cultures
A restricted web site (only for use by University of Texas students) with audio and video resources for Arabic language learning.
Icon ASL 506 * ASLonline 1
Franky Ramont
Linguistics
An online resource designed to help students remember, recognize, and produce the signs used in the classroom. The site supplements classroom instruction, lab activities, homework, and other assignments that are part of ASL 506.
Icon ASL 507 * ASLonline 2
Franky Ramont
Linguistics
An online resource designed to help students remember, recognize, and produce the signs used in the classroom. The site supplements classroom instruction, lab activities, homework, and other assignments that are part of ASL 507.
Icon ASL 312K * ASLonline 3
Franky Ramont
Linguistics
An online resource designed to help students remember, recognize, and produce the signs used in the classroom. The site supplements classroom instruction, lab activities, homework, and other assignments that are part of ASL 312K.
Icon Aswaat Arabiyya

* Aswaat Arabiyya
Mahmoud Al-Batal
Middle Eastern Languages and Cultures

An online resource designed for learners and teachers of Arabic seeking materials for listening comprehension.
thumbnail avis des artistes

L'AVIS DES ARTISTES
Cheney Crow

AVIS DES ARTISTES was developed to help intermediate and advanced students improve their oral comprehension skills. A sequence of audio and video selections provides the basis for comprehension exercises of increasing difficulty.
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Liberal Arts ITS Digital Audio Catalog
Audio materials presented on this website are properties of respective publishers.  Resources are intended for the use of students enrolled in courses at the University of Texas at Austin.
Icon Bat City Review Bat City Review
Faculty of the English Department
English
An annual journal of poetry, prose & art published by the Department of English at the University of Texas at Austin.
Icon Berlin Topographies * Berlin Topographies
Sabine Hake
Germanic Studies
A multimedia web site (partially restricted to University of Texas students) exploring Berlin through the centuries with movies, art and photographs.
Icon Cafe Russia * Cafe Russia
Tom Garza
Center for Russian, East European & Eurasian Studies
This web site guides students through surfing the internet in Russia. It includes vocabulary review, keyboard set up, and the exploration of the most popular Russian websites.
Icon Cantar de mio Cid * Cantar de mio Cid
Dr. Matthew Bailey
Spanish and Portuguese
Audio and online translation in English and modern Spanish of this 14th century medieval Spanish manuscript.
Icon Center for Perceptual Systems Center for Perceptual Systems
Faculty and Staff of Center for Perceptual Systems
Center for Perceptual Systems
An integrated program for the study of Perception, Neuroscience and Computation comprised of members of the Psychology department as well as departments from other Colleges.
Icon Chinese Take-in Chinese Take-In
Professor Wen-Hua Teng, Vanessa Chiang, and Chung-Kai Huang
Department of Asian Studies
Chinese Take-In provides an interactive environment where first-year Chinese learners can practice listening outside the classroom according to individual needs and paces while receiving immediate feedback.
Icon Cimrman Cimrman
Dr. Craig Cravens
Department of Slavic and Eurasian Studies
This blog is intended to serve as both a source of amusement, by introducing the reader to the humor of Czech culture through the Czech tradition of Cimrman, and as a pedagogical resource to demonstrate the use of teaching language with drama in the classroom.
Icon Classical Utilitarianism Classical Utilitarianism
Professor Dan Bonevac and Paul Lyon
Philosophy
A compilation of writings by classical utilitarians and commentary on their works.
Icon Medical Terminology Classics * The Classical World in Medical Terminology
George Doig and Catherine Dossin
Classics
A picture of medical terms in a Classical setting, involving extracts from Greek and Roman History, Literature, Mythology, Art, Architecture and Culture.
Icon Clicabrasil * Clicabrasil
Vivian Flanzer
Spanish and Portuguese

A site with Portuguese language lessons that highlight aspects of Brazilian culture. These lessons are designed for intermediate to advanced students, but are accessible to everyone.

Icon Clouds and Precipitation * Clouds and Precipitation
Troy Kimmel
Geography
An introduction to the terminology and types of clouds and precipitation.
Icon Constitution Day * Constitution Day Archives
Dr. James Henson
Government
Archive of scholarly discussion about the United States Constitution on Constitution Day, September 17.
Icon Corridos Corridos: Mexican and Mexican-American Ballads
Professor James R Nicolopulos
Spanish and Portuguese
A restricted web site (open only to University of Texas students) devoted to archiving and explicating various corridos from Mexico and the southwestern United States.
Icon Cultural Studies Cultural Studies
Professor Kathleen C Stewart
Anthropology
A restricted web site (open only to University of Texas students) examining culture as a generative force lodged in sensibilities, dreams, styles, and forms of power.
Icon Daily Intelligencer Daily Intelligencer
Dr Steve Friesen
Classics
A web learning environment that is designed to help learn methods of Gospel interpretation. Restricted to University of Texas students.
Icon Danteworlds * Danteworlds
Professor Guy Raffa
French and Italian
An integrated multimedia journey, combining images, textual commentary, & audio recordings--through the three realms of the afterlife presented in Dante's Divine Comedy. Danteworlds is conceived as a complement to the experience of reading and discussing Dante's Divine Comedy.
Icon deutschimblick Deutsch im Blick
Professor Zsuzsanna Abrams
Germanic Studies
1st-year German language program based on videos of native speakers and the UT Summer Program in Würzburg, Germany.
Icon eAnthro Labs eAnthro Labs
Dr. John Kappelman
Anthropology
eAnthro Labs is an interactive environment in which participants have the option of uploading their own data to explore a particular hypothesis. If you have any problems using this site or have any other questions, please feel free to contact us.
thumbnail east european jewish studies East European Jewish History
Dr. Mary Neuburger
Department of History

Explore East European Jewish History.

Dr. Mary Neuburger is a Professor in the Department of History, with interests ranging from ethnicity and nationalism, to material culture, gender, consumption, and commodity history.

Icon eSkeletons Project eSkeletons Project
Dr. John Kappelman
Anthropology
The eSkeletons Project web site enables you to view the bones of a human, gorilla, and baboon and gather information about them from our osteology database.
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eLucy
Dr. John Kappelman
Anthropology
eLucy is a website that will help you to learn about the world's most famous fossil, Lucy, a member of the species Australopithecus afarensis, who lived 3.2 million years ago.
Icon Foreign Language Audio Online * Foreign Language Audio Online
LAITS
Liberal Arts ITS
A collection of audio language modules used at the University of Texas at Austin.
Icon Foreign Language Teacher's Toolbox * Foreign Language Teacher's Toolbox
Professors Esther Raizen and Jane Lippmann
Liberal Arts ITS
Resources for foreign language teachers.
Icon Francais Interactif * Français Interactif
Professor Carl Blyth and Karen Kelton
French and Italian
Online audio and video resources for the undergraduate French student.
Icon French Verbs Are Accessible French Verbs are Accessible!
Professor Jane Lippmann
French and Italian
40 modules designed to help foreign language students feel more confident with French verbs.
Icon GeoDia GeoDia
Adam Rabinowitz, PhD
Classics
GeoDia (jee-oh-DEE-uh, short for "geodiachronicity") is intended to provide a simple, intuitive way for people to visualize the temporal, geographic, and material aspects of ancient Mediterranean civilizations.
Icon Going the Distance: Reading Going The Distance: Reading
Janet Swaffar and Katherine Arens
Germanic Studies
An online textbook for foreign-language teacher training, outlining an approach to teaching language through reading popular and literary texts.
Icon Government Internship * Government Internship Program
Dr. James Henson
Government
A Government Department course providing students with practical political and policy experience informed by their education at the university.
Icon Handbook of Texas Online Handbook of Texas Online
Faculty of the College of Liberal Arts
Liberal Arts
The Handbook of Texas Online is a multidisciplinary encyclopedia of Texas history, geography, and culture.
Icon Hebrew Language * Hebrew Language at the University of Texas at Austin
Professor Esther Raizen
Middle Eastern Languages and Cultures
An overview of Hebrew resources at UT-Austin including tools developed for the Modern Hebrew Project.
Icon Hemispheres Hemispheres
Faculty and Staff of
  ASNIC, LANIC, and REENIC
An International Studies outreach consortium.
Icon Hindi Urdu Health * Hindi Urdu Health
Rupert Snell and Jishnu Shankar
Hindi Urdu Flagship
This website focuses on language use in South Asian health practices.
Icon Modern Middle East * Histories of the Modern Middle East
Yoav Di-Capua, Ph.D.
History
Maps, timelines, and resources supporting instruction in two courses on histories of the modern Middle East.
Icon Homosexuality in Greece and Rome Homosexuality in Greece and Rome
Thomas K. Hubbard
Classics
This web site makes available to the public the first two chapters of Homosexuality in Greece and Rome: A Sourcebook of Basic Documents, edited by Thomas K. Hubbard and published by University of California Press in April 2003.

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