The National Grid for Learning reports on a new European venture designed to promote sharing, foreign language development, and collaboration in six European schools. The project, called the “Collaborative Technology in Languages Initiative (CTLI),” was launched in Granada, Spain, and is run by the international Training and Development Agency for Schools. The aim of CTLI reportedly is to link up European classrooms, enabling teachers and students “to communicate, collaborate, and share information, resources and techniques to support teaching of the curriculum” and to motivate children to develop their language skills, the group said on its web site.