NELLIP on Facebook
Updated information related to language learning is published by NELLIP on Facebook. Several language learning providers and experts became friends with NELLIP on Facebook.
Multilingualism Unit of the European Commission
The section of the portal of the European Commission dedicated to Multilingualism provides information about European languages, language knowledge in the EU, as well as access to key documents, publications, videos and press releases.
European Language Label
The European Language Label official web site provides all information about the Label.
Promoting Multilingualism in Europe
Poliglotti4.eu website reports on best practice in language policy and language learning, and provides policymakers, teachers, learners and civil society organisations with a toolkit for enhancing their activities in non-formal and informal education.
Lifelong Learning Programme
The Lifelong Learning programme funds the NELLIP network in the framework of Key Activity 2 – Language Learning. All information about the programme is available on this web site.
Common European Framework of Reference for Languages: Learning, Teaching, Assessment (CEFR)
The Common European Framework of Reference (CEFR) provides a basis for the mutual recognition of language qualifications, thus facilitating educational and occupational mobility. It is presented on the web site of the European Council. The CEFR is a document which describes the competences necessary for communication, the related knowledge and skills and the situations and domains of communication. The CEFR is of particular interest to course designers, textbook writers, testers, teachers and teacher trainers - in fact to all who are directly involved in language teaching and testing.
European Centre for Modern Languages
The ECML is a Council of Europe institution. In cooperation with the Language Policy Division of the Council the Centre functions as a catalyst for reform in the teaching and learning of languages. ECML assists its stakeholders in member states in bringing language education policies and practices together.
The European Language Portfolio
The European Language Portfolio (ELP) was developed by the Language Policy Division of the Council of Europe to support the development of learner autonomy, plurilingualism and intercultural awareness and competence; to allow users to record their language learning achievements and their experience of learning and using languages.