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Here are some useful links related to the language learning area.

The ELS Portal is a powerful online resource for those who are willing to improve their language competence in a business context.
The European Commission has integrated its various educational and training initiatives under a single umbrella, the Lifelong Learning Programme. The new programme replaces previous education, vocational training and e-Learning programmes, which ended in 2006.
The aim of the ActivELP projectis to promote an effective use of the European Language Portfolio (ELP) in electronic format, developing a specific training program for language teachers.
The project has the objective to create an on-line training package addressed to language teachers and trainers to support them in the development of e-learning based language teaching educational tools.
The European Language Portfolio was developed and piloted by the Language Policy Division of the Council of Europe, Strasbourg, from 1998 until 2000. It was launched on a pan-European level during the European Year of Languages as a tool to support the development of plurilingualism and pluriculturalism.
The project has the objective to develop a European network among public and private institutions teaching the less known languages.
The project has the objective to promote the knowledge of the less taught languages through the creation of an online database of products and courses for the learning of those languages.
The On Air project has the aim to exploit the use of new media (television, internet, radio etc.) as innovative educational means. 8 educational packages has been developed focusing on: Writing Skills, Reading Skills, Choosing Skills, Critical Thinking Skills.
The aim of the LeTS Go project, promoted by ISIS Leonardo Da Vinci and coordinated by Pixel, is to promote an effective application of new technologies to the teaching and learning of foreign languages.
The Routes project aims to open a common reflection at European level on the theme of migration and integration of migrants to help European teachers and students to better understand current immigration related issues.
Embedding Dyslexia-Responsive Practices in Lifelong Learning is an international project to inform about dyslexia related issues teachers, students and parents. The project aims to combine the experience, products and findings of a selection of projects focusing on dyslexia.
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