Author Archive | Phil Longwell

CyTEA Poster

CyTEA Conference – Call for Speaker Proposals + Travel Grant

  The IATEFL Learning Technologies SIG is pleased to announce a presenter travel grant for the annual CyTEA Conference to be held between 8-9 December 2018 in Nicosia, Cyprus. CyTEA is an IATEFL associate and holds successful conferences every year, attracting local as well as international delegates. The lucky winner will receive 300 GBP to […]

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OLLReN 2018 Poster

OLLReN 3rd Annual Online Conference – Call for Papers

  The 3rd OLLReN annual online conference on research into using technology for language learning takes places on 4 October 2018.  This is a jointly organised and hosted event by the Learning Technologies SIG, Laureate International Universities and Cambridge University Press.  Last year’s slides and recordings are available here and there are some thumbnails from last year’s […]

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Introducing our new Online Events Organiser

Following our recent extended call for nominations, we are delighted to announce that Heike Philp was nominated for the position of Online Events Organiser and has now been elected to the committee. Heike has been deeply involved in the LTSIG and has great experience in organising and moderating webinars and online conferences. More information about […]

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Announcement: Introducing the new Committee

  Following our recent call for nominations, we are delighted to announce that Graham Stanley, Christina Giannikas and Raquel Ribeiro were nominated for the positions of Newsletter Editor, Development Administrator and Social Media Manager respectively and have now been elected to the committee. Graham, Christina and Raquel have been deeply involved in the LTSIG and […]

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Motivational video lessons for SEN students

Video is a part of how students communicate with each other in their everyday lives, and teachers know that it is becoming a vital component in maintaining students’ interest and focus in the classroom, which is especially important for kids with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), writes scholarship winner, Julia Koifman. In order to achieve […]

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