Applied Linguistic Research

An openly-licensed book of case studies on the subject of open education in the field of language learning and teaching.
LL&T is a fully-refereed, online journal that disseminates research to foreign and second language educators on issues related to technology and language education. A project with NFLRC and the Center for Language and Technology.

OER for Languages

This teacher’s guide and lesson index helps Portuguese instructors and students integrate media from Dr. Orlando Kelm's Brazilpod website into their teaching and learning.
COERLL will provide a printed textbook to accompany the online videos and readings of the widely-used intermediate Portuguese course ClicaBrasil.
An openly licensed, online curriculum for Intermediate-Mid Turkish students in which learners use language to investigate, explain and reflect on contemporary Turks’ socio-cultural practices and products.
COERLL provides consultation about open pedagogical design to project teams supervised by other grant-funded entities, and promotes the resulting materials for languages such as Bangla, Hindi, Malayalam, Sanskrit, Tamil, and Urdu.
This set of materials aims to develop 30 units of online Huasteca Nahuatl multimedia learning materials for speakers of Spanish and English.
Reality Czech is an online curriculum for beginning and intermediate language students. Modules follow a sequence of pre-class, in-class, and post-class activities ideal for a flipped classroom.
TeCHS is a platform for members to share data and pedagogical resources, collaborate on best practices, connect with community organizations, and advocate for Spanish heritage language teaching.
Trayectos is a collection of performance-based OER for beginning and intermediate second language learners of Spanish, developed by Texas A&M faculty and graduate students using the Learning by Design approach.
A series of proficiency-based lessons related to personal life, college tasks, career readiness, and civic participation for Heritage Spanish learners in grades 6-12.

Teacher Professional Development

FLLITE aids  instructors  in designing their own literacy-based lessons that focus on the  poetics  of everyday language (letters, YouTube videos, etc.).   A project with CERCLL.
Interactive workshops where teachers play technology-mediated games, learn how game design principles promote language acquisition, and learn to implement games in their classrooms. A project with CASLS.


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