Welcome to the IATEFL Learning Technologies Special Interest Group.

 

We are an international community of educators who promote action research and best practice in the creative applications of  educational technology in practical learning situations. We are classroom teachers who share, speak and write to inspire more of you to do the same. This website is our interactive home where we’ll feature cutting-edge leaders in the field as well as grass-roots teachers who are making a difference in all kinds of classrooms all over the world.

From chat shows and podcasts to guest blogs, scholarships, conferences and personal learning networks, we’ve got our fingers on the pulse of edtech trends around the world. It’s easy to join us and it’s inspiring to contribute. Now would be a good time to find and refine your teaching voice on line with the LTSIG.

To learn more about this established IATEFL Special Interest Group please check out our mission statement.

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Reporting from the 25th P.A.R.K. Conference

by Asst. Prof. Dr. Ayşegül Sallı, the IATEFL LTSIG Roving Reporter Ayşegül Sallı with Nikki Fortova in Brno Another successful professional development event has inspired a lot of participants for their future professional development goals. The 25th P.A.R.K Conference took place at Mendel University, Brno, Czech Republic on 9th November 2019, Saturday. This great event […]

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LTSIG Archive Recording Series

Every Thursday for next 10 weeks, the Learning Technologies Special Interest Group will be publishing a recording of a presentation from the archives. These will mostly be for Members only, accessible via the Members’ Area of the website. We will share news via our social media channels of the latest video every Thursday, with the […]

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Using VR in ELT (Glasgow 2017)

This is a brief review of ‘VR in the EFL class’ by Raquel Ribeiro and ‘Using immersive 360 videos to reduce language anxiety’ by Sarah Rogerson and Tom Booth. They were written by our Glasgow 2017 Roving Reporter, Will Leung.  Note: This is a previously unpublished review by our Roving Reporter at the conference. If […]

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OLLReN 2019 – Call for Papers

The 2019 OLLReN Call for Papers is now open! In this online event, researchers from around the world will share their work into investigating the impact of technology to support language learning. We will review the evidence of what happens when technology and language learners meet. The LTSIG will have a say in reviewing papers and has […]

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