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This is the link to an extensive set of Web-based ESL & Language Studies resources
compiled by Victoria University Library in Melbourne, Australia, that will be of interest to learners of English and native speakers alike.
The list contains links under the following headings:
- General sites
- Acronyms and abbreviations
- Computer-assisted language learning
- Internet directories
- Professional associations and organizations
- Electronic journals
I am indebted to our member Wizard of Oz for drawing this set of resources to my attention.
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