Online Arabic Course:
This site has been designed to teach English-speaking students the Arabic language, inspired by the Madinah Book Series by Dr. V. Abdur Rahim which is used by Madinah University. This course has been designed to be a comprehensive set of lessons for the teaching of reading, speaking, and writing Arabic. The website also features a discussion forum about Arabic.
Arabic Without Walls: Welcome to العربيّة بلا حدود, an introductory distance-learning Arabic course funded by FIPSE (P116B030526) and developed by the UC Consortium for Language Learning & Teaching, The National Middle East Language Resource Center at Brigham Young University and Near Eastern Studies Department at UC Berkeley.
The Arabic I online textbook is a resource from LEARN NC, a program of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill School of Education that offers the basics of the written and spoken Arabic language. There are chapters on public services and directions, and introducing friends and where you live - in addition to other topics. The glossary provides a word or phrase, its part of speech, and its meaning, as well as the opportunity to hear it spoken. "Web Watch." The Language Educator February 2013: 61. Print
In addition to the four lessons on reading and writing Arabic featured on this site, there is also information about styles of Arabic calligraphy, examples of calligraphic art, and links to articles about Arabic calligraphy.