Featured Projects and Resources
- Professional development archive Presentations and teaching materials from past CERCLL workshops are available free online. Visit our professional development archives!
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- Videos from ICC 2014 and more! See the latest research and perspectives on language education, intercultural competence and related topics.
- The Spring 2016 Language Teaching Symposium (LaTeS) is on April 9th and will be presented by Brenda Gaver, ACTFL's 2016 Language Teacher of the Year. More details will be announced soon, but click here to see archived information about previous LaTeS events.
- Details about 2016's Fifth International Conference on Intercultural Competence are now online. Find them on the conference website.The keynote presenter was Fred Dervin (University of Helsinki).
- CERCLL's summer 2016 professional development workshop series will focus upon multiliteracies and will take place May 31 - June 10. Find the details here. (Last year's summer workshops were funded by a Flagship Teacher Training Workshop grant, and were on the theme of Innovative Technologies for Advanced Language and Cultural Learning.)
- CERCLL's Digital Literacies in and beyond the L2 Classroom Symposium will take place on October 8, 2016, online and in Tucson. The inaugural event was held in 2014 and that symposium's website–with archived posters–can be viewed here. Videos are available from the in-person portion of the Digital Literacies Symposium as well, including Richard Kern's keynote presentation, a series of roundtable presentations, and an update on the state of the digital literacies field. Access them here.
- The 16 Language Resource Centers recently created a publication that showcases the resources being created to promote and improve the teaching and learning of foreign languages in the current cycle of Title VI funding. Download the Language Resource Centers brochure [PDF]
- CERCLL was awarded four more years of funding as a Language Resource Center (LRC) by the U.S. Department of Education, with activities planned through 2018. For a short description of each of the new projects, click here.