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  • The 2016 Intercultural Competence program is now online. Find it on the conference website.The keynote presenter was Fred Dervin (University of Helsinki).
  • 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's most recent professional development events took place in October with a workshop by Nicole Naditz, ACTFL's language teacher of the year at CERCLL's LaTeS: Language Teacher Symposium, and in a summer series of workshops funded by a Flagship Teacher Training Workshop grant, Innovative Technologies for Advanced Language and Cultural Learning.
  • A new CERCLL publication was released in January. A Multiliteracies Framework for Collegiate Foreign Language Teaching, authored by Kate Paesani, Heather Willis Allen, and Beatrice Dupuy, is based on CERCLL's PErCOLATE project. Purchase it here.
  • CERCLL's Digital Literacies in and beyond the L2 Classroom Symposium took place October 6-11, 2014, online and in Tucson. The symposium website–with archived posters–can be viewed here. Videos are now 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.
  • 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.