I was invited to talk about "Rizaliana Online" at the Philippine Historical Association's National Conference on Teaching the Rizal Course. I don't have time to share what I said, but I did promise to share the links to the sites I mentioned.
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Possible Sources for the Rizal Course
TV5 search: "jose rizal"
e.g., History | #pogiproblems ni Dr. Jose P. Rizal Part (1/3)
ABS-CBN News search: "jose rizal"
e.g., ABS-CBN's Bayani - Jose Rizal: "Sa Aking Mga Kababata"
GMA News and Public Affairs search: "jose rizal"
e.g., Pluma: Si Rizal, ang dakilang manunulat
Virtual Travels of Rizal
e.g., Data papers: International Congress on Rizal (1961)
National Library of the Philippines: Digital Collections
Rizaliana: Manuscripts, Books and other Monographs
e.g., Noli Me Tangere (1887)
The United States and its Territories
e.g., El Filibusterismo (1900)
José Rizal, obras, en lenguas originales
e.g., Noli Me Tangere (1961) (pdf)
e.g., Sucesos de las islas Filipinas (Morga, 1609),
Sucesos de las islas Filipinas (Rizal, 1890)
Biblioteca Digital Hispanica
e.g., Sucesos de las Islas Filipinas (Retana, 1909)