Resources for Teaching Online

Presentational Mode

Language Educator article on Tech for the Presentational Mode


How to make an e-Portfolio in WordPress

Google Forms

A test Google Quiz for this Class


Assessment (online portfolio; students can gather evidence of progress)

Second DuBravac chapter. great article on assessment

AAPPL Conversation Builder an assessment creator

PDF with table of assessment ideas from manual to automated

Three dimensions of feedback


Rubric for participation online

Five teacher rubric-making sites

Lesson samples

Shannon’s amazing Russian lessons

Alyssa’s Zaption on making plans (good ’till 9/30/16)

Huewen Branch’s Oral Presentational Activity (show us your high school)


Syllabi ideas. Love the history ones.

Teaching online

Aaron Johnson tips: how to teach online.

Quality Matters Rubrics, Blackboard Exemplary Course Program Rubric, Connect Thinking Checklist, Checklist for Online Interactive Learning (COIL)

Are you ready to learn/teach online?

Online Learning Self-Assessment Survey for students

Penn State Instructor Readiness Survey

ADEIL video: how to make websites more reader-friendly

On Learning Languages

These two guys suggest the “no-English” rule.

Tech tool websites (copied from the StarTalk class page 3.4, activity 1

(From the TTOL Resources page)

Other bibliographic resources about teaching online

 – a searchable bibliography with general and language-oriented articles and books
CARLAtech Diigo group – this is a group of language teachers interested in technology and teaching online for language learning! Diigo is a “group bookmarking” application for sharing things you find on the web. We post interesting articles, new tools, new uses for tools, and other technology and language teaching related information. You may request to join this group and get email of when someone in the group adds something – or add something you find!

Journals / Organizations focusing on Languages and Technology

Language Learning & Technology available at
ReCALL, back issues are available online at
CALICO (Computer Assisted Language Instruction Consortium) at
IALLT (International Association for Language Learning and Technology) at
UCLA Language Materials
The LMP bibliography covers teaching materials for 151 languages that are less commonly taught in the United States.