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Endangered Languages Bringing together the world community on documenting and saving endangered languages is the project of
Education Atlas: Online Education and Degrees Guide providing a comprehensive education guide for learners of all ages
Lingu@net Europa the virtual Language Resource Center – WorldWide Classroom is one of the largest international consortia of schools in the world. This site contains information on over 10,000 schools in 95 countries. Schools are conveniently listed both by country and by category.

USA Education Guides – European Council of International Schools is a non-profit corporation registered in the USA and administered by a professional staff from offices in three continents. – Translation services – One of the world’s leading providers of translation services. – Directory of online education toward university degrees allows you to earn your GED high school diploma online at home.

ESL Websites – A site dedicated to online Business English, both courses for ESL students and a certificate program for Business English teachers. BizIdioms is their free e-mail list which presents business idioms from a current newspaper along with explanation of the idiomatic language. – An excellent online directory for finding the ESL course to suit your specific needs. Courses are categorized by sections and start dates. The website also features accommodation guides and campus environments. Everything you need to tailor make your studies.
http/ – Online catalogues from Oxford University Press, one of the world’s most respected ESL publishers. – The ELTWeb is an online search engine – based on a similar format as – for finding ESL related materials and contacts such as schools, reference pages trade fairs and conferences, and general information. It is based on keyword searches. – Dave’s ESL Cafe is one of the larger ESL information sites on the web – despite its crude design it is a excellent resource for ESL students and teachers alike. – Another frameless site that offers information on scholarships, books, videos, a search engine and conferences – ESL International is a searchable database for finding jobs overseas. It is an excellent companion to our predominantly US-based – Jobshop – It is easy to navigate and information clear and concise. – Educational WEB solutions is another directory-based site says it is dedicated to providing “Internet solutions to the education sector”. – This web page is a series of links to activities for ESL students, hosted by The Internet TESL Journal. – This is the home page of the TESL Internet Journal with links to information and various articles.

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IALC Accredited Language Schools Worldwide
The International Association of Language Centres is an association of independent language schools that teach the language(s) of their country to students from overseas. IALC schools are governed by a code of ethics and demanding quality standards. They are regularly inspected and audited in all areas –academic management, teaching and staff development, administration, marketing, accommodation and support services. There are IALC accredited schools in 21 countries worldwide, providing a wide variety of English, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Portuguese, Russian or Spanish language programs

English in the USA – Sonoma State American Language Institute in Northern California —The best word to describe the SSALI experience is family. SSALI is on the park-like campus of CSU Sonoma near the California wine country and one hour from San Francisco in the safe community of Rohnert Park.