“Wikiquote is a free online compendium of sourced quotations from notable people
and creative works in every language, translations of non-English
quotes, and links to Wikipedia for further information.”
What’s also nice about Wikiquotes is that some of the quotes link to other media such as YouTube videos. To learn more, click on the link below:
Wikibooks.org "is a community for creating a free library of educational textbooks that anyone can edit". Wikibooks has a category called Languages of Europe. What’s great about this category is that it can help a language learner or educator about the historical and modern aspects of the European languages. It’s free to view and read and you can access it over the web. There are plenty of categories under Languages of Europe. If you are interested in viewing the resource, click on the link below:
Did you ever want to have a hard bound copy of the current data that is on Wikipedia for reference and archival purposes? PediaPress is a paid service that allows you to collect Wikipedia articles and entries and will print and bind them into a book. They are also offering the service in German (with more languages to come in the near future). This is a great tool if you teach in the languages or humanities (think of all the data, from culture to history, you can put into a book). You can choose long entries or short entires (short entries would be great if you would like it as a reference book). You also support the WikiMedia foundation when you create a book. To see the price and cost of printing, you can visit their website (linked below).