We are always talking about standardizing our research tools by creating a community where experimental tasks and proficiency measures can be shared by all. Unfortunately, it is rarely the case that these great ideas become a reality.
The IRIS repository (sponsored by the University of York and Georgetown University) is one of those cases. Although it has not been updated in a while, one can obtain the stimuli used in different research projects developed by researchers working at those institutions.
Great project that will hopefully spread to other research institutions!
Whether you're interested in assessment, different uses of technology in the classroom or the implementation of different types of instructional techniques, this website will provide a wide array of information and resources that will keep you entertained for hours.
Located under the University of Minnesota's domain, The Center for Advanced Research on Language Acquisition (CARLA) is one of the U.S. Department of Education's Title VI National Language Resource Centers, whose role is to improve the nation's capacity to teach and learn foreign languages effectively.
Theoretical and Applied Linguistics heaven.
This webpage will allow you to download the most recent dissertations on second/first language acquisition, language impairment, foreign language teaching and pedagogy, and much much more, that have been defended at different Dutch universities.
A big hooray for free access!
This page has a thorough description of grammatical features that can be used in an introductory course of Linguistics 101.
Good for references and short consultations. The examples are clear and they provide good references.
Grammatical features - website
This is a blog where I will collect all types of resources for linguists and language teachers.