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Beyond Deficits: A Capacities Model of L2 Attainment


eComma: Textual Annotation and Collaborative Reading in a Foreign Language


Keeping Your Materials Open and Legal


Conversa Brasileira: Making Our Online Materials More Interactive


Oral Proficiency Evaluation: Training and Pragmatics


Defining Open Education


Envisioning Open Education for Language Learning


Finding Open Educational Resources for Language Learning


Teaching with Open Educational Resources


Creating and Collaborating on Open Educational Resources


Becoming an Open Language Educator


Susan Henderson: The Challenges and Lessons Learned from Florida's Open Textbook Initiative


Rich Baraniuk: Innovation via Open Education Resources


Carl Blyth: COERLL Projects for an Open World


Laura Franklin: MERLOT: Its Growing Role in Open Education and 21st Century Language Learning


Georges Detiveaux: Monsieur, Is There a Text in This Class?


Keene Haywood: The Next Words...


Georgia Harper: Four Ways to Keep it Legal


Hal Plotkin: Free to Learn


El idioma español en las escuelas de Texas


Apreciar las diferencias lingüísticas: El español en Texas


Projects for an Open World (2011)


What COERLL offers


The OER in COERLL


Richard Baraniuk on open-source learning


Crowd Accelerated Innovation


Models of collaboration


Learning, Games, and Language


Semiotic Flows, Bricolage, and Critical Language Awareness


Authorial Intent and Cultural Authenticity in L2 Computer Mediated Communication


Instructional Technologies to Facilitate Literacy and Language Learning


The Open Education Movement


Developing Students' Translingual and Transcultural Competence: The Cultura Project


Literacy and Technology: Where We've Been and Where We're Heading


What Makes Students Click: Computer Environments for Language and Culture Learning