CERCLL has received four, four-year cycles of funding as a Foreign Language Language Resource Center from the U.S. Department of Education, with the most recent awarded in Fall 2018. Work continues on projects from the several of the older cycles through the current one, with resources from all grant cycles available on our website (searchable here).

Clusters and projects in the 2018-2022 grant cycle:

  • STEM Integration
      • Advancing L2 Composition through Socioscientific Issues, Blaine Smith and Jill Castek
      • Film School for Global Scientists, Jessica Summers, Jill Castek and Lia Falco
      • Socioscientific Issues in LCTLs Classrooms, Sunyoung Yang
  • Linguistic Complexity through Multiliteracies
      • Tasks for Linguistic Complexity in Arabic, Mahmoud Azaz
      • Multilingual Academic Corpus of Assignments-Writing and Speech (MACAWS), Shelley Staples
  • Intercultural Perspectives
      • Cross-Cultural Thinking Through Translation and Interpretation, Sonia Colina
      • Multiliteracies at the Museum, Chantelle Warner
      • Global Clubs towards Intercultural Curricula, Kathy Short
  • Teaching and Learning Communities
  • Knowledge-Sharing and Building

The 2014-2018 projects (most with resources available now) are: