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Shakespeare Online Resources
The Complete Works of Shakespeare
MIT hosts this terrific resource containing the complete works of Shakespeare. A great resource if you need to check dialog or follow along when you forget your book.
Folger Shakespeare Library
The Folger Shakespeare Library is the largest Shakespeare collection, containing images, videos, modern interpretations and much more.
Internet Shakespeare Editions
Open-access, peer reviewed Shakespeare resources, available online.
Shakespeare Birthplace Trust
Shakespeare's home at Stratford-Upon-Avon now house a museum, library and archive. Visit the digital collection here.
This MIT-sponsored database collects Shakespeare performances from all over the world.
Shakespeare Lab - JSTOR
JSTOR links secondary resources to each line in each Shakespeare play. This is wonderful if you're looking for research on a particular quote.
You're probably all familiar with JSTOR by now, but this is a great go-to for Shakespeare research.
The go to resource for citation information.
Offers a decent citation generator. Make sure to double check the citations, as they are not guaranteed to be correct.
Why does Shakespeare Still Matter?
Shakespeare Research Presentation