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Featured Projects and Resources


  • Registration is open for the 2016 Intercultural Competence Conference–with keynote presenter Fred Dervin (University of Helsinki)–taking place in January, 2016. See details about the conference 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. Access it here [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.