- Mother See of Holy Etchmiadzin.
- Eastern Diocese of the Armenian Church of America.
- Western Diocese of the Armenian Church of America.
- St. Nersess Armenian Seminary.
- Vemkar (Վէմքար) – the Digital Ministry of the Eastern Diocese of the Armenian Church of America, and the online interface of the Diocese’s vision of Building up the Body of Christ.
- Zohrab Information Center – a resource, research and teaching facility that seeks to promote the full gamut of Armenian studies, and to assist students, scholars and the Armenian community and general public in deepening their appreciation for Armenian history, civilization and culture, especially within their overwhelmingly Christian ambit.
- Arak29 – educational and cultural foundation.
- Archive.org – searchable archive of books, texts, and other media.1
- Armenian Antilibrary – Beyon Miloyan’s blog, dedicated to the promotion and teaching of Classical Armenian, with translations of Krapar passages into English, and English passages into Krapar.
- Learn Classical Armenian! – beginner-level exercises.
- Calfa – searchable Armenian Dictionary.
- Classical Armenian Lectures – University of Göttingen Linguistic Seminar.
- Classical Armenian Online – University of Texas at Austin Linguistics Research Center.
- Matenadaran (Մատենադարան) – the Mesrop Mashtots Institute for Ancient Manuscripts, the world’s largest repository of Armenian manuscripts.
- Nayiri – searchable Armenian Dictionary.
- Email the Krapar & Kini website administrator.
1 Dr. Robert Bedrosian, the brother of one of Krapar & Kini’s regular participants, has uploaded a considerable number of texts relating to Armenia, including his own translations of Krapar works. They can easily be found on archive.org by searching “Robert Bedrosian”, and the results can be sorted by Date Archived to view his most-recent uploads.