- Online Cafés : Creating language & culture learning communities
The virtual equivalent of the neighborhood coffee house, the online café is a place for people to gather for conversation and social interaction. In the Online Cafés project, language educators have worked together to design online cafés in which language learners in different locations can engage in intercultural exchange and language practice. Explore this site to find out more about online cafés for intercultural exchange.
Teacher Portfolio & Preparation Series (TiPPS)
Are you a language educator preparing for the job market? Then check the TiPPS website, which contains handy resources for writing philosophy of teaching statements, CVs, cover letters, and more for getting ready for your job search and interviews.
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Language Resource Centers site
The United States Department of Education has awarded grants
to a small number of institutions for the purpose of establishing,
strengthening, and operating national foreign language resource
and training centers to improve the teaching and learning of
foreign languages. Presently there are fifteen Title VI Language
Resource Centers nationwide.
download a brochure
describing the Language Resource Centers Program
as a whole and the individual activities of each
of the fifteen centers. You may also request
a hard copy from NFLRC.