You can utilize these links to access resource guides, tutorials, Russian search engines, literature, newspapers, and magazines. These links will help you:
Practice your oral and reading skills
Keep abreast of current events
Expand your knowledge of Russian culture
Грамота (in Russian) - searches across multiple dictionaries and includes a link for reader questions.
Даль - the Russian equivalent of the OED, this dictionary is invaluable to students reading folklore or works from the 18th or 19th centuries. Megasites
Collections of lists divided into categories to help you find just the right site to suit your interest (everything from Russian folklore to food, music, dance, history, etc.)
Web-based Tutorials and Study Tools
Russian Search Engines
Bilingual Anthology of Russian Verse - includes biographical sketches of Russian poets and sound files of native speakers reciting many of the poems.
Стихия - great collection of literary works by classic and contemporary Russian writers (in Russian). News, Newspapers, and Magazines
Эхо Москвы - serious news and culture radio station in Moscow (closest thing to NPR in Russia)
BBC Russian - BBC audio programs and articles in Russian
Meduza - headquartered in Estonia to avoid pressures on media freedoms, covers news from Russia and the former Soviet Union in both Russian and English.
Известия - Russian daily newspaper
Литературная газета - a long-standing weekly newspaper for literary and cultural news.
The Moscow Times (in English) - written and published in Moscow for the expatriate community. Professional Organizations
Below you will find links for the major professional organizations for Russian and Slavic.
AATSEEL (American Association of Teachers of Slavic and East European Languages)
ASEEES (Association for Slavic, East European, and Eurasian Studies)
ACTR (American Council of Teachers of Russian)
MLA (Modern Language Association)
ACTFL (American Council on the Teaching of Foreign Languages)