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If you have questions about electronic discussion lists, or are not sure what to do, please read this help file first.

I deeply regret that, due to abuse by a very few individuals, the online subscription form has been disabled. Please follow the instructions below or visit the web pages of the lists to subscribe.

Be Careful: Some of these lists will get you up to (or over!) 100 messages a day! Try subscribing to one and see what the volume is like before you subscribe to many.

Disclaimer: The Linguistic Funland has no connection whatsoever to ANY of these mailing lists, and therefore cannot be responsible for the content of these lists. If you encounter a problem after subscribing to a list, please contact the list owner.

NETEACH-L is a list for international teachers of English as a second or foreign language to discuss Internet-assisted teaching & learning. At last count, the list had over 400 members. This is an excellent place to get started learning about how to use the Internet with your English students. NETEACH also has a list of "Cool Sites" that list members have found useful.

ELTASIA-L is a discussion list about English Language Teaching in Asia.

SLART-L is a forum for Second Language Acquisition Research and/or Teaching. The forum is devoted to issues pertaining to 2nd/foreign language acquisition. To subscribe, send email to listserv@cunyvm.cuny.edu with the words SUB SLART-L first-name last-name in the body of the message.

FLTEACH is the Foreign Language Teachers' Forum. While not ESL-specific, it is a wonderful resource for all language teachers.

OCC-L (Online College Classroom) is a list for those who are teaching (or planning to teach) college classes online via the Web, MOO, etc. This is an excellent resource for ideas on using the Net for distance education and other sorts of online courses. To subscribe send email to listproc@hawaii.edu with the words SUBSCRIBE OCC-L Your Full Name

GLESOL-L is a discussion list for Gay, Lesbian, [Bisexual] Educators of [English] to Speakers of Other Languages (and their friends). To subscribe, send email to mailserv@uni.edu with the words subscribe glesol-l in the body of the message.

You can also read messages posted to NIFL-ESL, a forum/listserv on adult literacy and ESL. The focus of the list is on issues related to legislation and policy.

CETEFL-L (Central and Eastern European Teachers of English as a Foreign Language). NOTE: This is a mailto link directly to the Listserv (listserv@cesnet.cz). If you want to subscribe, please put in the body of your message:

SUBSCRIBE CETEFL-L <EmailAddress> <FirstName LastName>
PLEASE do not put "EmailAddress" but rather put your own email address. Please do not put "Firstname Lastname", but rather put your own name. Please do not put the < and > signs in your subscription message. (You would not believe how many people need the above instructions. If you don't, please don't be offended. :-) -- Linguistic Funland Webmaster
CETEFL-L provides its members with a professional forum for discussions on three broad topics: Teaching English, EFL, living/working in Central and Eastern Europe (as EFL teachers). In addition, it provides weekly book reviews, timely employment and training information and the opportunity for networking with other ESOL professionals. The group is open to all EFL/ESL professionals, and encourages its non-native-speaking (NNS) members to join and be active in discussions.

If you didn't find a list here, try Liszt.com. A site which lists thousands of mailing lists. Submitted on Tuesday, April 1, 1997 by webmaster.

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Mailing Lists for ESL Teachers

If you have questions about electronic discussion lists, or are not sure what to do, please read this help file first.

Be careful when subscribing to email lists! Some lists will get you up to (or over) 100 messages a day. Try subscribing to one and see what the volume is like before you subscribe to many lists.

If you didn't find a list here, try some of the discussion groups at Google.com. Also, for those of you "old-timers" who miss Usenet and would like your own Usenet account, think about Giganews Newsgroups. There are thousands of discussion groups on all different topics (like the sadly missed misc.education.language.english) and most email clients will allow you to read and post to the groups just like email. Unlike in the old days when you usually got Usenet access for free, there is a charge for the account, but I really enjoy Usenet and have since the early 90's. :-)

9 Links in the category "Mailing Lists for ESL Teachers"

Nittayo TESOL Newsletter
Submitted on 2008-07-15 by Chris Carter-Smith [Edit] [Delete]
A non commercial newsletter from Thailand's largest provider (43 schools, 72,000 students) of not-for-profit education. Up-to-date, objective and factual information on job opportunities, TESOL training, administrative and bureaucratic developments, visas and regulations, current facts and trends about living and teaching in Thailand.

Nifl-esl
Submitted on 2006-07-06 by Webmaster [Edit] [Delete]
A forum/listserv on adult literacy and ESL. The focus of the list is on issues related to legislation and policy.

Subscribe to TESL-L
Submitted on 2001-03-01 by Webmaster. [Edit] [Delete]
, an international discussion mailing list (10,000 strong and growing!) for Teachers of English. This list is moderated and often refuses postings which address issues more applicable to its sublists

Glesol-l
Submitted on 2001-03-01 by Webmaster. [Edit] [Delete]
GLESOL-L is a discussion list for Gay, Lesbian, [Bisexual] Educators of [English] to Speakers of Other Languages (and their friends). This page tells you how to subscribe.

ELTASIA-L
Submitted on 2001-03-01 by Webmaster. [Edit] [Delete]
, a discussion list about English Language Teaching in Asia.

Subscribe to SLART-L,
Submitted on 2001-03-01 by Webmaster. [Edit] [Delete]
the forum for Second Language Acquisition Research and/or Teaching. The forum is devoted to issues pertaining to 2nd/foreign language

Subscribe to FLTEACH
Submitted on 2001-03-01 by Webmaster. [Edit] [Delete]
, the Foreign Language Teachers' Forum

Read messages on the newsgroup misc.education.language.english.
Submitted on 2001-03-01 by Webmaster. [Edit] [Delete]
This group often contains an excellent set of resources for ESL/EFL teaching and learning.

Read messages on the newsgroup alt.usage.english.
Submitted on 2001-03-01 by Webmaster. [Edit] [Delete]
Most Usenet groups have fairly informative titles; this one is no exception. Discussion of questions relating to English usage and grammar




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