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NASILP Conference 2022 will be at The University of Arizona November 4th and 5th, 2022
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Virtual Conference 2021

This year, all of our presentations will be on this page. The members are encouraged to give comments for each presenter. 

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 Multiliteracies Approach to Communicative Language Teaching by Adeola Agoke, University of Wisconsin, Madison

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Frequently Asked Questions


  • Who are members of NASILP?
    • Currently many universities, colleges, and schools in the United States are affiliated with the NASILP. Any academic institutions may apply for membership. Individual membership is also available.
  • What is the institutional membership fee?
    • $300 per year or $750 for three years. New membership is established for three years and later renewed at either rate.
  • How many students are engaged in the NASILP approach to language learning?
    • The number varies from term to term, and different for each member institution.
  • NASILP's member schools offer academic credit for these courses?
    • Yes. Grades and academic credit are based on the assessment of an "outside Examiner" for another institution. NASILP programs are virtually unique in providing external validation of students performance.
  • Does NASILP receive financial support in addition to membership dues?
    • NASILP has received grant support for special projects from the U.S. Department of Education, the Japan Foundation, the Carnegie Foundation, and ARCO Corp. (Atlantic-Richfield).
  • Are there limitations to the NASILP format?
    • Yes. NASILP programs do not incorporate the study of literature, linguistics courses at the advanced undergraduate or graduate level.

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Welcome to NASILP

Are you an educator who wants to offer Less Commonly Taught Languages (LCTLs) , or directing language courses at your institution?

NASILP is a network of administrators / directors, coordinators, tutors, students, examiners, and anyone who promote self-instructional language programs in the USA.

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