Attributing Creative Commons Works: A helpful guide to attributing the use of Creative Commons works in your own creative and scholarly works.
Creative Commons Resources: A list of sites for Creative Commons images, audio and video materials
More documents can be found on the AHRC Wiki site.
LLTI-List: Since 1994 the AHRC has been the home of the Language Learning Technology International listserv LLTI@dartmouth.edu. This list is read by as many as 1300 subscribers in 45 countries on a daily basis. A searchable archive available at http://listserv.dartmouth.edu/archives/llti.html provides a wealth of information on all topics concerning language learning and teaching.
Consortium for Language Learning and Teaching: This organization supports research and development in languages. Its website is hosted on one of the AHRC servers at http://consortium.dartmouth.edu. It is maintained by Dartmouth students.
DL-Recorder: This project was developed by Dartmouth student David Schnur '05 and has recently been released to the open source community. DL-Recorder simulates of the record and playback capabilities of traditional language lab equipment. For more information, visit: http://schiller.dartmouth.edu/dlrecorder.
Web-Annotext: A development project by Dartmouth student Todor Kalaydjiev '05, Web-Annotext is a web-based multimedia environment that handles glossaries, audio, video and graphics for text enrichment. For more information, visit http://schiller.dartmouth.edu/annotext
Chinese Pedagogical Site: A development project by Prof. Hua-Yuan Li Mowry. For more information, visit http://schiller.dartmouth.edu/chinese
Modern Greek Site: A development project for Prof. Peter Bien. For more information, visit http://ellinikasimera.dartmouth.edu
Last Updated: 4/14/10