Current projects at the CECL include the following funded projects:
- A mixed-method and multidisciplinary approach to socio-cognitive conflicts in online educational platforms
- Comparison of L1 and L2 writing fluency on the basis of screencast videos and keystroke log files
- Lexicogrammatical complexity: A missing construct in L2 research
- Lexicogrammatical complexity in French as a Foreign Language: The impact of mode
- Testing the revised gravitational pull model: The case of noun concatenation in expert and novice financial translation
Past projects include several projects on learner English and World Englishes, as well as an ARC project on (dis)fluency markers in first and second language. A number of resources have also been produced such as the Academic Keyword List, the Louvain English for Academic Purposes Dictionary (LEAD), the Base de données de terminologie universitaire (in collaboration with KULeuven) or ‘Get it right’ boxes and writing sections for the Macmillan English Dictionary for Advanced Learners (second edition).