Lingu@net WorldWide is a multilingual web portal containing links to websites and online resources related to language learning. Resources collected here come from all over the world. Lingu@net WorldWide provides access to over 3,500 catalogued websites. Lingu@net WorldWide offers adult learners assistance in learning, improving skills and networking with other learners. Sections were prepared by specialists from Europe, who deal with teaching foreign languages within three areas: foreign language at work, in journalism and literature. The project is implemented with financial support from the European Commission under the "Lifelong Learning” program. The project aimed at:
increasing coverage thanks to the availability of new languages (including the most popular languages of the world)
increasing the number of catalogued websites
supporting adults who learn foreign languages.
Lingu@net WorldWide is free and does not require logging-in. The project is held from January 2013 to December 2014 and the persons responsible for it at the Centre of Languages and Communication are: Liliana Szczuka-Dorna, PhD, Edyta Olejarczuk, M.A., Justyna Połomka, M.A. and Karol Matysiak, M.A.
In February 2013, there was a meeting of the project partners, in which Edyta Olejarczuk, M.A., took part.
The project is coordinated by The Languages Company (Great Britain) and Universidad Politécnica de Madrid (Spain).