Internet Resources

  • At Carleton
    • German Department
    • Accents on the Foreign Language Technology pages
    • We offer a variety of comprehensive self instruction language programs available by appointment at the Center.
  • Off Campus
    • German Language News and Magazines
    • Quia:  a website for practicing grammar, vocabulary, and a host of other useful things. You can find practice quizzes and online practice exercises for a host of languages including French, Spanish, Chinese, Japanese, Korean, German, Russian, Greek, Hebrew, and even Danish, Dutch, Indonesian, Italian, Portuguese, and Turkish to name a few. To access this website go to and click on "Quia Web." Don't be fazed by the username and password requirement - you don't need either! By simply clicking on shared activities near the bottom right of the page you will have access to these great resources for free! Simply do a search for whatever it is you are looking for or feel like practicing.
    • Conjuguemos: A nice website for practicing verbs, grammar and vocabulary in French, German, Spanish, Italian and Portuguese. The demo mode of this website is free, and will allow you to take quizzes or do short online games to help you practice your foreign language. To access this websitego to and click on the language of your choice in the left-hand column. The website is very straightforward and easy to use, even letting you choose a selection of verbs to practice with and setting your own levels of difficulty.

German Resources at the Language Center

  • Reference
    • Cassell's German-English Dictionary
    • Perspektiven: Texte Zur Kultur and Literatur
    • Perspektiven Laboratory Manual
    • Neue Horizonte 2nd Edition
    • Schau ins Land November 1990
    • Schau ins Land Dezember 1990
    • Schau ins Land Januar 1991
    • Schau ins Land Februar 1991
    • Schau ins Land Marz 1991
    • Schau ins Land Juni-Juli 1991
    • Schau ins Land August 1991
    • Schau ins Land September 1991
    • Schau ins Land Oktober 1991
  • Fairy Tales
    • Die drei Bären
    • Die Henne Trulla
    • Die drei listigen Geißböcke
    • Der Nußknacker
    • Die Stadtmaus und die Feldmaus
    • Der Wolf und die sieben Geißlein

German Staff/Office Hours: Fall 2015

Staff Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Sunday

Alexander Kulacki

(all levels)


 1:00 PM - 4:00 PM

6:30 PM - 8:30 PM 


 1:00 PM - 3:00 PM  

 9:00 PM - Midnight


Julius Zirgibl

(Language Associate)

LDC 201
 7:00 PM - 8:00 PM   7:00 PM - 9:00 PM


7:00 PM - 9:00 PM



German Television Programming