The BBC's Beag air Bheag website is an introduction to the Gaelic language for absolute beginners. Learn some simple greetings or slightly extended conversations. There's also an opporunity to learn a Gaelic song.
Bòrd na Gàidhlig works to promote Gaelic, and strives in partnership with the Scottish Government, the people of Scotland and Gaelic organisations to improve the status of the language.
Clì represents and supports Gaelic learners in ways relevant to a modern society.
CNAG supports the development and preservation of the Gaelic language; information about their projects, services, campaigns, publications and contacts.
News and information specifically for parents with children in Gaelic Medium Education.
Dwelly's dictionary was first published between 1901 - 1911 and remains the most popular Gaelic dictionary. An English to Gaelic version is only available online.
The Gaelic Resource Database is an expanding bank of searchable information which includes articles on Scottish history, oral tradition, bards, animals, birds, songs, puzzles, riddles and childrens' rhymes.
The Learning and Teaching Scotland site is aimed at Gaelic teachers and offers links to other valuable resources.
The Gaelic college on Skye offers one of the most extensive collections of Gaelic links and resources on the internet.
Stòrlann Nàiseanta na Gàidhlig is charged with co-ordinating the production and distribution of Gaelic educational resources throughout Scotland.