- Free Monthly Speaking Tips from Lenny Laskowski
- Tips on such topics as speech preparation, elements of an effective speech, audience analysis, overcoming speaking anxiety, using visual aids, gesturing effectively, impromptu/extemporaneous speaking, remembering material, and more.
- Gifts of Speech
- Access to speeches by influential women.
- The Internet Public Library: Reference
- Links to online versions of helpful research tools, including quotation books, almanacs, dictionaries, encyclopedias, biographies, and more.
- American Communication Association
- A non-profit organization that promotes "academic and professional research, criticism, teaching, practical use, and exchange of principles and theories of human communication."
- National Communication Association
- A non-profit organization that promotes the "study, criticism, research, teaching, and application of the artistic, humanistic, and scientific principles of communication."
- Toastmasters International
- A non-profit organization that helps its members develop effective speaking skills.
- Television News Archive
- Searchable indexes for the Television News Archive collection at Vanderbilt University. Includes descriptive summaries of evening network news programs, special reports, and news material about major events.
- FAIR: Fairness & Accuracy in Reporting
- National media watch group "established in 1986 to shake up the establishment-dominated media." Offers information from the Women's Desk, Labor Desk, and Racism Watch Desk.
- Academic Info: Film Studies
- Annotated directory of Internet resources with links to sites on women and cinema, genre and foreign films, film theory and history, reviews, festivals, organizations, online publications and film collections, archives, museums, libraries, silent movies, classic films, directors, and more.
- TV Link: Film & Television Website Archive
- Look here for film-related sites covering reviews, festivals, awards, professional and other organizations, schedules, studios, special effects, sources for production supplies, jobs, books, legal resources, and a dictionary. Also links for Web sites to individual TV shows, cable channels, regional broadcast stations, national and international networks, news sources, and awards.
- Broadcast Education Association
- Organization for professors, students, media professionals, college and university departments, stations, cable systems, advertising agencies, law firms, and individual professionals interested in telecommunications and electronic media. Includes links to numerous related Web sites.
- Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication
- Web site for AEJMC, the "international association of more than 3,300 journalism/mass communication faculty, students, administrators, and professionals."
- National Rehabilitation Information Center (NARIC)
- Access to five searchable and browsable databases indexing information on rehabilitation-related literature, organizations, and research.
- National Institute on Deafness and Other Communication Disorders
- Health information for the various aspects of human communication, as well as information on research and funding for research related to communication disorders.
- Net Connections for Communication Disorders and Sciences
- Intended for professionals and students in speech-language pathology, audiology, speech science, as well as persons with communication disabilities or differences and their supporters. Includes links to Web sites for information on speech, language, and hearing disorders, discussion forums, employment, online courses, and related commercial products and businesses.
- Family Village: a Global Community of Disability-Related Resources
- Information and links to various resources for disabled people, their families, and services and support providers.
- ASHA Homepage
- American Speech-Language-Hearing Association Web site providing information for professionals, students, and consumers.
- National Aphasia Association
- Web site of the NAA, a "nonprofit organization that promotes public education, research, and rehabilitation and support services to assist people with aphasia and their families."