The online resources on this page are available to the general public. EUROCALL members can also access, in the Member's Area:
This email discussion list, run by EUROCALL, is open to members and non-members for discussion of issues related to languages in general, and CALL in particular. For details of the list, and how to subscribe, click on the Discussion List item in the menu on the left.
Philippe Delcloque has set up an online exhibition dedicated to the history of Computer-Aided Language Learning which used to be hosted at www.history-of-call.org. That domain has now lapsed, and the site has been converted into a PDF file available from the link below:
History of CALL (PDF, 3Mb)
CALL@Hull. A categorised, regularly-updated collection of annotated links to useful Internet sites for students and teachers of languages. Initially developed by the CTI Centre for Modern Languages at the University of Hull, which was closed at the end of 2002, the resources are now maintained by the EUROCALL web administrator, Fred Riley.
Lingu@net Europa is a multilingual, virtual resource centre to support the teaching and learning of foreign languages. It provides information about, and links to quality-assured on-line resources from Europe and around the world. The project is funded by the European Union via its Socrates programme.