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National Research Center on English Learning & Achievement

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Date Added to MERLOT: November 21, 2001
Date Modified in MERLOT: March 17, 2012
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Author: National Research Center on English Learning & Achievement Send email to National Research Center on English Learning & Achievement 
University at Albany, State University of New York
Submitter : Raymond Wang

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CELA is a research resource website for teachers of English, as first or second language. Its target audience includes, but not limited to, teachers of English language arts, literacy researchers, and reading clinicians or specialists. It provides a catalyst for research in emergent readers, second language readers, reading in the... More

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Primary Audience: Professional
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Technical Requirements: This digital library requires basic Internet searching ability, an Adobe Acroba Reader and a Java-enabled browser for patrons to access its full-text database with the help of a keyword search engine.
Language: English Material Version: Adobe Acroba Reader 5.0
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Avatar for Samira Bakr
2 years ago

Samira Bakr (Content Developer/Author)

 A very rich site. It gives great help in professional development for teachers. Learners also can navigate easily to find useful material. the most interesting aspect that it does not only introduce practical material but academic  as well. 

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Easy to navigate 


Avatar for Amy Williamson
5 years ago

Amy Williamson (Faculty)

While the home page does not seem particularly inviting, the links accessible through this site are extremely useful for teachers and provide a wide sprectrum of resources.

Avatar for Sarah Smith
8 years ago

Sarah Smith (Student)

I spent I a few minutes browsing the stie, and it has quite a bit of good
information on English and literacy. It offers lots of resources, like research
on literacy and development of reading skills. It also offers teachers help
with reading instruction. It also has a good list of publications, like the
newsletter and a list of helpful books and articles. It also contains a list of
services offered by the CELA. This website is very easy to navigate and could
be a very useful resource.

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Avatar for Michelle Clark
8 years ago

Michelle Clark (Student)

This information is easily understood in reading. I spent some time reviewing
the content and find it is useful information in enhancing teaching as well as
learning. First time users will find it fairly easy to use the software.
Used in course

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