E-LENGUA benefits users of different ages and backgrounds: language teaching professionals, researchers in applied linguistics and foreign language students.
The expected intellectual outputs of this project are seven tangible and measurable products carried out by the seven partner universities that can help to meet seven challenges posed by the use of technology as an educational tool in foreign language teaching (English, Arabic, Spanish, French, German, Italian and Portuguese).
Click on each institution to see updated information about its intellectual output:
These intellectual outputs will be included in FOCO, an open access repository of best practices in language teaching innovation available on a free website (under construction).
This repository gathers information about best practices in foreign language teaching using ICT and makes it available through its interactive database.
Anyone can collaborate sending a best practice, that will be reviewed according to the UNESCO quality criteria and published in FOCO.