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Project Guttenberg is an online book repository featuring free to use (in most cases) and downloadable books in audio and text formats (along with music recordings, digitized sheet music, images, data, etc). Users can search for materials by title, author, category, language and e-text number. Downloadable audio materials are...
Project Guttenberg is an online book repository featuring free to use (in most cases) and downloadable books in audio and text formats (along with music recordings, digitized sheet music, images, data, etc). Users can search for materials by title, author, category, language and e-text number. Downloadable audio materials are available in MP3 Audio, Ogg Vorbis Audio, Apple iTunes Audiobook, Plucker and Speex Audio. Downloadable text materials are available in HTML, Plain text, and MS Rich Text and Plucker formats. Important copyright information is clearly displayed for each item in the collection. Materials are also available in over thirty languages with many languages featuring over forty translated items.
Materials are suitable for educational activities (e.g., literary web quests, listening centers, collaborative multimedia projects), instructional design purposes and personal use.
Keywords: Audio books, literature, music recordings, sheet music
This is a tremendous resource! The value of this resource is in its availability, at least in the United States (see copyright notice to users outside of USA).
The site offers audio books read by both computer and human, compilations, data, sheet music, recorded music, moving pictures, still pictures, and other recordings.
In addition to the site's browsing and search features, the site also taps into other search engines like Anacleto, Yahoo, and Google. Be careful, though, because this site is one that you will find yourself chasing 'rabbit holes' on the web until way too late!
7 years ago
Among the materials, I found that the audio books could be most useful for a second language learner to experience a wide range of spoken language sample.