The Virtual Linguistics Campus (VLC) is the world's largest e-learning platform for linguistics and language studies. The VLC offers fully certified linguistic courses and course material for theoretical and applied linguistics as well as educational technology. Furthermore, it includes a variety of linguistic tools and all the communicative facilities necessary for successful e-learning.


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New Course/Repository coming up

von Juergen Handke -

On 5 February, 2021, the next course/repository will be made available: VLC203 - The History of EnglishAs usual it is free but can be certified, all parts are licensed in CC BY, and it involves a workload of 90 hours. 

New Interactivity

von Juergen Handke -

Now - with Flash being no option anymore, we recreated our interactive sound charts and successivle will make them available in their VLC courses. We started with "Basic Segments of Speech" in VLC101 and will continue with the Sound Systems of RP and NAE within a week.

New Courses in January 2021

von Juergen Handke -

Two courses/repositories on Historical Linguistics coming up in January: VLC203 - The History of English and VLC202 - Historical Linguistics (The theoretical background for 203)

VLC201 Activation

von Juergen Handke -

On 31 December 2020 we will activate the free open online course (repository) VLC201 - The Structure of English, i.e. our course in PDE grammar. All VLC users will have permanent access to this course/repository and all upgrades from then onwards.



Activation of VLC103 - The Nature of Meaning

von Juergen Handke -

On 7 December we will activate the free open online course (repository) VLC103 - The Nature of Meaning, i.e. our course in semantics and pragmatics. All VLC users will have permanent access to this course/repository and all upgrades from then onwards.

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