Online Resources for TEFL Professionals

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Up-to-Date Listings of TEFL Resources

Maintaining a list of Internet resources in TEFL is made easier by the open and generous nature of the profession, where dozens of listings exist for the benefit of others. Many of these lists are well maintained with frequent updates.
TESL Links: From the Internet TESL Journal

This is a well-known 'meta-site,' a collection of other websites indexed and categorized for instructors to find Internet resources quickly. Updated regularly and allows users to submit new links.
On-Line Resources and Journals: ELT, Linguistics, and Communication

A very broad resource encompassing linguistics, EFL, and communication.
Dave's ESL Cafe on the Web

One of the best-known Internet resources, Dave's ESL Cafe offers materials for students as well as teachers, and has an engaging atmosphere.
WWW Applied Linguistics Virtual Library

This online academic listing of resources is noted not for its spartan design, but more for the comprehensiveness of its listings.
Linguistic Funland

More serious than the name implies, this site is a useful collection of websites related to applied linguistics.

Resources for Specific Countries


ESL/EFL Publishers Catalogs

Addison Wesley/Longman
Alta Book Center Publishers
Cambridge University Press ESL
Delta Systems
Heinle & Heinle
Intercultural Press
McGraw-Hill
Prentice Hall Regents
Pro Lingua Associates
The University of Michigan Press
A list of all U.S. publishers.
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