GAELIC LINKS
Gaelic .net : The Definitive Resource for Learners and Native Speakers...
www.gaelic.net/

Gaelic.net aims to encourage the active use of Scots Gaelic and to provide both learners and native speakers alike with a comprehensive source of information about the Gaelic language, culture and world wide community. 

Gaelic Languages Info
www.ceantar.org/

Collection of resources and pointers for learners and speakers of the Gaelic languages. 

Gaidhlig air an Lion
www.smo.uhi.ac.uk/gaidhlig/gaidhlig.html

Gaelic on the Internet. The most comprehensive web page of Scottish Gaelic links.

Gaelic Nova Scotia Home-Page
www.gaelic.net/novascotia/english/indexa.html
 
This page is dedicated to the social and economic development of the Gaelic language in Nova Scotia and around the world as well as the aims of Comhairle na Gàidhlig, Alba Nuadh.

Schottisches - von Achim Stump [Schottland]
http://www.stump-net.de/scottish/index.html

Das Thema "Schottisches" beinhaltet fast automatisch, daß es dazu eine Vielzahl englischsprachiger Seiten gibt. Die Links in dieser Rubrik verweisen daher auf englischsprachige Seiten, sofern sie nicht ausdrücklich als deutschsprachig gekennzeichnet sind.

Bruidhinn ar Cànan
www.smo.uhi.ac.uk/gaidhlig/ionnsachadh/bac/

These lessons are structured to be easy to use and consistent. There are key graphics in each lesson which will identify a consistent action. 

Basic Gaelic for Parents
www.smo.uhi.ac.uk/gaidhlig/ionnsachadh/bgfp/

A handbook in Gaelic for parents whose children are learning Gaelic in playgroup or primary school.

Elementary Course of Gaelic
www.smo.uhi.ac.uk/gaidhlig/ionnsachadh/ECG/

A Junior Gaelic Grammar by Duncan Reid

Leasanan aig sunsite.unc.edu
sunsite.unc.edu/gaelic/Gaidhlig/Leasain/leasain.html

These are a series of hypertext documents and audio files which comprise a basic tutorial for scottish gaelic. Note that the lessons require your terminal to support iso 8859-1 fonts so that your terminal will represent accents, a very necessary requirement to write gaelic. 

Geama a' Chrochadair
www.smo.uhi.ac.uk/cgi-bin/crochadair

The classic wordgame in Gaelic.

Gaelic
http://www.ibiblio.org/gaelic/canan.html
The Three Gaelic Languages Gaelic is an english word for any of three languages which form one half of the Celtic language family group. These three gaelic languages are

Rannsachadh sa Stòrdàta Briathrachais Gàidhlig
www.smo.uhi.ac.uk/cgi-bin/sbg

Dé am facal no pàtran a tha thu a' lorg? agus càite? :-

An Gaidheal Ur ( Gaelic newspaper)
http://www.an-gaidheal-ur.co.uk/mart09.pdf
Pàipear-naidheachd neo-eisimeileach nan Gàidheal

Foinse
www.foinse.ie/

Is é Foinse Príomhnuachtán Náisiúnta na Gaeilge - Foinse is the Irish national, weekly newspaper 

Gazetteer for Scotland 
www.geo.ed.ac.uk/scotgaz/

Welcome to the first comprehensive gazetteer produced for Scotland since 1885. The Gazetteer for Scotland is a vast geographical database, featuring details of towns, villages, bens and glens from the Scottish Borders to the Northern Isles. It describes tourist attractions, industries and historic sites, together with family names and famous people.

R
www.rte.ie/

The Website of Ireland's National Broadcasting Organisation RTé

Comataidh Craolaidh Gaidhlig (Gaelic Broadcasting Committee)
www.ccg.org.uk/

Promoting Gaelic through broadcast media

BBC Alba
www.bbc.co.uk/scotland/alba/

The Gaelic department of the broadcasting company BBC Scotland.

Gaelic    
sunsite.unc.edu/gaelic/

Gaelic and Gaelic Culture Fàilte Romhaibh! You are now at the Gaelic Homepage, a web site devoted to the language and culture of the Gaels, those people that speak or did speak any of the three Gaelic languages. 

Proiseact Thiriodh (Tiree Project)
www.tiriodh.ed.ac.uk

Pròiseact Thiriodh is a short-term project to develop and demonstrate technologies for providing access to an online, searchable database of audio recordings made over the previous 40 years on the island of Tiree.

Ceolas
www.ceolas.org/ceolas.html

Welcome to Ceolas, the home of celtic music on the internet, since 1994. Ceolas houses the largest online collection of information on celtic music, and has links to hundreds of related sites. Current popularity is over half a million hits per month. 

Scotland: Gaelic Language
www.geo.ed.ac.uk/home/scotland/gaelic.html

The Gaelic Language is spoken by around 86,000 individuals primarily in the North of Scotland and in the Western Isles (eg. Skye, Lewis, Harris). The vast majority of gaelic speakers are bilingual Gaelic / English. 

Scotland: Gateway to Scotland
www.geo.ed.ac.uk/home/scotland/scotland.html

The definitive source of information on all things Scottish, including Culture, Geography, History, Famous People

Welcome to the Gaelic Society of Inverness' Homepage
www.gsi.org.uk/

Information about the Gaelic Society of Inverness. This site contains a history of the Society, its constitution and office-bearers, a membership application form, indices and information about the Transactions, the syllabus, and some links to the sites of other Gaelic organisations.

Gaelic Book Council
www.gaelicbooks.org.uk/

Books in Gaelic and about gaelic culture. 

Sabhal Mor Ostaig - Information in English
www.smo.uhi.ac.uk/beurla/

Welcome to Sabhal Mór Ostaig Scotland's Gaelic-medium college on the island of Skye Welcome to the world-wide-web service at Sabhal Mór Ostaig, Scotland's Gaelic-medium Further Education college. 

Comunn na Gaidhlig
www.cnag.org.uk

Gaelic development agency. Educational and other statistics regarding Scottish Gaelic.

Gaelic Languages Organizations
www.ceantar.org/Orgs/index.html

Gaelic Languages Organizations Would you like email whenever this page changes? If you know of any Gaelic language... 

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