Deborah Mitchell, a software engineer and language enthusiast, has generously and expertly put the materials in support of my Introduction to Ancient Greek (as well as follow-up study guides) on the web, primarily for a study group but also to share with others. She is also putting up the tapes to go with the material. I’m sending this to any of you who are using the book with students or are students using the book or have otherwise expressed interest in putting this kind of study help on the web.
BTW, if your copy of the intro is in the process of falling apart, or has already done so, the U of Idaho students came up with the practical solution of drilling three holes and putting the pages into a binder. A drill is quickest and most practical, but otherwise a three hole punch can be used chapter by chapter.
The textbook (An Introduction to Ancient Greek) plus these ancillary materials ought to be an excellent candidate for the Lulu treatment.