http://www.umassd.edu/apsa - This is the official website for The American Portuguese Studies Association, founded in 1996 to promote scholarly research on the Portuguese-speaking world. The website is also home to APSA's official journal,Ellipsis.
http://www.palcus.org - This website is home to the Portuguese-American Leadership Council of the United States, an organization designed to foster cultural awareness among Luso-Americans, as well as to promote ties between the peoples and governments of the U.S. and Portugal.
http://www.cirvfm.com/- This site, home to CIRV Radio in Toronto, Canada, features live streaming radio in Portuguese.
http://www.lusoamericano.com/- Home to the Newark, NJ-based LusoAmericano newspaper, this site also features an "electronic edition" available toregistered subscribers.
http://www.aldaily.com/- A versatile and highly stimulating site, Arts and Letters Daily features "ideas criticism, culture, history, music, art, philosophy, aesthetics, literature, language, criticism, and debate".
http://www.lusotopie.sciencespobordeaux.fr/- Based in France, Lusotopie is a site designed to promote "international political research on spaces stemming from Portuguese colonization and history". The site features text in French, English, and Portuguese, as well as information on the submission of articles relevant to this area of study.
http://www.ics.ul.pt/- This is the official website of the Instituto de Ciências Sociais de Lisboa, which features information on recent and ongoing sociological studies in Portugal (and Europe in general), as well as access to valuable online resources and information.