Heritage Language Center seeks information from heritage language instructors
The Heritage Language Center (HLC) is asking for 10 minutes of your time.
HLC is a new Title VI Language Resource Center dedicated to heritage language research and education; it is jointly directed by the UCLA Center for World Languages and the UC Consortium for Language Learning and Teaching.
We are collaborating with the Center for Applied Linguistics to create a database of language courses taught to heritage speakers. We seek responses from all instructors of heritage speakers of any language, either in separate classes (for heritage speakers only) or mixed classes (with heritage and non-heritage students together), on the college level. The database will be made available for research purposes.
Please fill out the survey by following this link.
Thank you for participating, and please forward this information to colleagues who may teach heritage speakers on the college level.
Kathleen Dillon, Associate Director
Olga Kagan, Director
Heritage Language Center
Published: Tuesday, February 06, 2007