Where Are Your Keys? Workshop

Author: Sasha Kuchuk In February, CERCLL has co-sponsored the Where Are Your Keys?workshop presented by the American Indian Language Development Insitute (AILDI) at the University of Arizona. During this workshop, Evan Gardner, the original developer of Where Are Your...

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CERCLL Project Close-Up: The L2 Written Arabic Corpus

Project Director: Dr. Samira Farwaneh, Associate Professor, Arabic Language and Linguistics Project Assistant: Mohammed Tamimi, SLAT Ph.D. Candidate The L2 (or interlanguage) written Arabic corpus project is a gradually expanding database of written samples produced...

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CERCLL Summer Workshops Enlighten Educators

From May 31 to June 10, 2011, CERCLL hosted its fourth summer series of professional development workshops tailored for K-16 language educators and university/graduate students. Educators were able to choose from six “hands-on” workshops that covered topics such as...

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Title VI not Restored in Proposed White House Budget

Author: C. Botelho In a recent Chronicle of Higher Education article, Ian Wilhelm describes the 2013 White House budget proposal as a “mixed bag” for international educators. Of particular concern is the status of the Department of Education Title VI program, which...

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