Access To Language Education Award

CALICO (The Computer Assisted Language Instruction Consortium), lernu!, and ESF (Esperantic Studies Foundation)  present the "Access To Language Education Award”, an annual award to a website offering exceptional language-learning resources. The chosen website is recognized at CALICO's annual business meeting and awards ceremony, and its developers are presented with an Award Certificate and an honorarium. Noncommercial (cost-free) websites, created and/or maintained by CALICO members, are eligible for this award.

2020

The Corpus-Aided Platform for Language Teachers: The Corpus-Aided Platform for Language Teachers (CAP) provides educational resource materials and teacher training for the use of language corpus databases as a foundational element of student engagement with language learning.  Dr. Ma Qing and her team have helped train and support corpus-based learning at multiple universities around the world.

2019

LifeSpark: Subtitled ''The App Creation Tool for Language Revitalization’, the Lifespark website enables non-programmers such as teachers, and even students, to create language learning materials that will run on a mobile device, such as a smart phone.  This allows the creation of important and accessible learning materials for the most endangered languages, including many indigenous languages.

2018

Tone Perfect: website for the learners of Mandarin Chineese with over thousand sound files and presenting words in all their tones, pronounced by men and women. By using the collection of recorded sounds, learners can listen and learn about the tones of the Mandarin, which can be very challenging for many.

2017

The Center for Applied Second Language Studies (CASLS) at the University of Oregon. CASLS is one of sixteen National Foreign Language Resource Centers that work to increase the capacity for language teaching and learning in the U.S.

2016
Mezdhu nami: An Interactive Introduction to Russian (visit the website)

2015

Ayamel, ARCLITE Lab, Brigham Young University (Ayamel is a web-based system for streaming video and audio content especially as it applies to learning a foreign language).

2014

Resource Center for Teachers of Russian
Evgeny Dengub, Susanna Nazarova, Marina Rojavin and Irina Dubinina

2013

Papiers-Mâchés

Papeirs-Mâchés is an online interactive tutorial to help learners improve their French writing skills.

2012

Macedonian Language E-Learning Center

The Macedonian Language E-Learning Center is an online non-profit organization dedicated to Macedonian language learning and cultural understanding world-wide.

Acceso

This website is a complete, interactive curriculum for intermediate-level learners of Spanish developped by the University of Kansas Collaborative Digital Spanish Project “Acceso”.

2011

Aymara on the Internet

This course provides an overview of the ancient and unique Andean Aymara language and culture, as well as presents language study materials.
Gillian Lord, M. J. Hardman, Sue M. Legg, Elizabeth Lowe, Howard Beck

2010

EuroCatering Language Training

A free language kit for professionals in the kitchen and restaurant (English, French, Spanish, Galician, Slovenian, Norwegian and Dutch)
Jozef Colpaert

2009

Français interactif
Karen Kelton, Carl Blyth, & Nancy Guilloteau

2008

Arabic Without Walls
Robert Blake & Kirk Belnap (Project Co-Directors); & Sonia Shiri (Course Designer)

2007

French Online
Christopher Jones (Project Director & Coauthor); Marc Siskin (Technical Lead); & Sophie Queuniet & Bonnie Youngs (coauthors)

2006

Franel

Piet Desmet & the Lingu@tic team

Honorable mention:

Autonomous Technology-assisted Language Learning (The ATALL wikibook) Gary Cziko

Bauhaus and Beyond: Influences on Chicago's Skyline Franziska Lys, Denise Meuser, & Ingrid Zeller (Project Conception and Development); Denise Meuser & Ingrid Zeller (Video Production); Mark Schaefer (Camera and Editing); Franziska Lys, Daniel Escuatia, & Adam Bennett (Software Development)

2005

German Resources on the Web
Jim Witte, Donna Van Handle, & Anne Green (American Association of Teachers of German).

2004

Spanish Grammar Exercises Barbara Kuczun Nelson

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