Things you can do…

ICT-REV project 

 The ICT-REV project has developed an inventory of freely available online tools and open educational resources for language teaching and learning. The inventory contains a list of tools that have been evaluated with sound pedagogical criteria in mind. These criteria have been developed by teachers for teachers and provide essential information so that you can select appropriate applications and use them with your learners. 



The aim of the Digilanguages is to develop online resources and activities in three broad areas:  

  • Digital Literacies for Language Development: for example, privacy, copyright, register, online communities, netiquette, online identity, boundaries, plagiarism.   
  • Language Learning Strategies and Practices: for example, oral and other skills, intercultural competence, lexis and grammar, register and domains of use, use of digital resources including CALL resources. 
  • Transitions to Third Level Language Learning Environments: for example, expectations, autonomy, self-directed learning, resilience, motivation, time management, confidence, affective issues. 

Things you can read…

Digital Competence Framework for Educators 

The European Framework for the Digital Competence of Educators (DigCompEdu) is a scientifically sound framework describing what it means for educators to be digitally competent. It provides a general reference frame to support the development of educator-specific digital competences in Europe at all levels of education.


CALICO journal  

The journal is the official publication of the Computer Assisted Language Instruction Consortium (CALICO) and is devoted to the dissemination of information concerning the application of technology to language teaching and language learning. 


Language Learning & Technology 

A refereed journal for second and foreign language scholars and educators.

The Internet and Higher Education

Telecollaborative networks in university higher education: Overcoming barriers to integration

Robert O’Dowd, 2013, Volume 18, Pages 47-53

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The European Association of Computer Assisted language Learning – EUROCALL – is an organisation that brings together researchers, practitioners and developers – both new and experienced – who feel passionate about the use of technology for the learning and teaching of languages and cultures.

LILAC project 

This project aims to support language teachers and learners in the development/enhancement of key digital skills and to increase their confidence in managing online environments.