Below are suggested general links for English and American literature. See individual Teacher's Guides for links specific to particular titles and/or subjects.
: An extensive listing of links to sources for book reviews and other information about current literature. AcqWeb is a part of ACQNET which provides a medium for acquisitions librarians and others to exchange information, ideas, and to find solutions to common problems.
:This site provides an extensive free library of online books and reference materials.
: Sponsored by the National Education Association (NEA), The Gateway to 21st Century Skills is the oldest digital library in the world and provides over 50,000 free lesson plans, instructional units, and classroom activities. Users can search for educational resources by subject, grade, resource type, and keywords. (Search results include mappings correlated to individual state and Common Core State Standards.) Weekly columns cover featured resources and ideas on how to incorporate the resources into classroom activities.
: The Great Books Foundation, which provides professional development for teachers interested in using literature as the foundation for reading and critical thinking instruction, offers resources for literature-based classroom discussion, including guides for classic novels such as Emma, Persuasion, Jane Eyre, Middlemarch, Persuasion, and Anna Karenina.
: The Literature/ELA section of this site contains an extensive Web list of book reviews, lesson plans, and author information.
: This site, by Jack Lynch, Rutgers University professor, offers extensive literary resources from the classical to the contemporary, including sections on theory, the history of the book, and syllabi and course materials available on the Web.
: This site, aimed at English teachers at all levels, provides extensive educational resources, lesson plans, standards, publications, professional development, conferences, and more. It also includes the Educator's Web Site for Masterpiece Theatre's American Collection.
: This site has a wealth of lessons, Times articles and archival materials about authors and books, lessons, and links to literature-related multimedia.
: This site, updated daily, contains over 30,000 free ebooks and audio books, in a variety of languages, to download.
: Organized by subject, grade level, and resource type, this site — a joint venture by the International Reading Association, the National Council of Teachers of English, and Verizon Thinkfinity — contains extensive resources for teachers, students, afterschool providers, and parents.
: This extensive online library of more than 70,000 texts and 350,000 images includes a collection of English literature.
: This site, organized by Alan Liu of the University of California, Santa Barbara, English Department offers a wide range of humanities resources online, including materials on literature and literary theory.
: This composite site, organized by Carla Beard, contains a range of information and links on literature, media, professional resources, and other classroom tools.