There are a lot of websites dedicated to various aspects of Anglo-Saxon culture and the Old English language. As always with the internet, the sites vary in quality and should be approached with caution. Nevertheless, the following are well established and widely recognised among scholars.
- The Teachers of Old English in Britain and Ireland website. Includes a regularly updated list of resources.
- Peter Baker's Old English Pages, including his Electronic Introduction to Old English and Old English Aerobics. A useful collection of resources to go with his book Introduction to Old English (Oxford, 2003).
- Old English in the Labyrinth Library. Contains many Anglo-Saxon texts in the original language.
- The Toronto Dictionary of Old English The authoritative and online Dictionary which has so far covered letters A-G.
- Clark Hall online. An e-version of the handy student dictionary of Old English.
- Bosworth Toller online. An e-version of a very much more weighty dictionary of Old English.
- A Modern English to Old English wordlist. Useful if you want to try writing your own Anglo-Saxon!
- The Thesaurus of Old English website. Concentrates on the semantic aspects of Old English.