http://cyber1.org/about.aspAcquiring a sign-on is free. One does have to install the PTerm terminal emulator to access the system, and get used to the keyboard mapping. Some of the keys PLATO directs one to use don't exist on a PC keyboard.
The 0beglat0 Latin lessons appear to be Wheelock based. I'm sure they're based on a much earlier Wheelock version than we're using. They include vocabulary drills, form tests, sentence translation tests, and self tests.
The name of the Wheelock lesson is 0beglat0 - that's a zero, not an alphabetic O, at the beginning and end. Once you've signed on, just enter that name at the "Choose a lesson:" prompt and hit the DATA(F9) key. From there just follow the onscreen prompts to get started.
There are other lessons as well:
Kevin Monceaux - email: Kevin at RawFedDogs.net
http://Latin.RawFedDogs.net <- includes a few worksheets and vocabulary lists
What's the definition of a legacy system? One that works!
Errare humanum est, ignoscere caninum.
Si hoc legere scis nimium eruditionis habes.
Longum iter est per praecepta, breve et efficax per exempla!!!