The NCOLCTL Newsletter was created and designed to facilitate communication among NCOLCTL member organizations. Specifically, the Newsletter functions to keep members informed about developments in the field, national trends, the work of member organizations, and general NCOLCTL business. The newsletter has been distributed in paper form and electronically to members of NCOLCTL affiliate organizations.
Please feel free to provide the NCOLCTL Secretariat with feedback and any suggestions for material to be included in future bulletins. We look forward to your assistance in shaping its forthcoming pages.
2018, Vol. 21 (pdf)
Spring 2017, Vol. 20 (pdf)
Spring 2016, Vol. 19 (pdf)
Spring 2015, Vol. 18 (pdf)
Spring 2014, Vol. 17 (pdf)
Spring 2013, Vol. 16 (pdf)
Spring 2012, Vol. 15 (pdf)
Spring 2011, Vol. 14 (pdf)
Spring 2010, Vol. 13 (pdf)
Spring 2009, Vol. 11, (pdf)
Spring 2008, Vol. 10, (pdf)
Spring 2007, Vol. 9, (pdf)
Spring 2006, Vol. 8, (pdf)
Spring 2005, Vol. 7, (pdf)
Spring 2004 Vol.6, (pdf)
Winter 2002 Vol.5, No. I
Winter 2001 Vol.4, No. I
SPRING 2000 Vol. 3, No. I
SUMMER 1995 Vol. 2, No. I
NCOLCTL Newsletter Article Submission
NCOLCTL is soliciting current articles relating to the teaching of Less Commonly Taught Languages and membership news for inclusion in its Spring 2019 newsletter edition.
This is your chance to share your contributions and engagement in the promotion of the learning and teaching of Less Commonly Taught Languages with your colleagues in NCOLCTL and the rest of the world. We are looking for articles on all less commonly taught languages.
Articles should be:
- Related to students, academic programs such as study abroad initiatives, cultural excursions, extracurricular events, scholarly conferences, service learning, institutional collaborations in the area of less commonly taught languages both local and international and any other general current happenings.
- 200-300 words in a word document and may include a small graphic or event photo (Submit article and graphic as separate attachments-graphic must be in a pdf, doc, docx, jpeg, and png format, 1 MB max).
- All articles are gratefully received, but owing to space and editorial consideration all submissions may not be published in the newsletter.
NCOLCTL would also like the opportunity to highlight member news on a personal level as appropriate. Some example of member news:
- Promotions and re-designation of titles e.g., lectureship/tenure track
- Newly acquired designations relating to the field of less commonly taught language offerings
- Retirements, achievement awards, etc.