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Common Misconceptions about Voice Assistants

by Anna Weninger Have you ever wondered what the fuss about AI is all about? Have you also wondered how you can REALLY use voice assistants in the classroom? Using voice assistants such as Alexa in the first place is anything but straightforward when talking about ethics in IT. However, even if you do decide […]

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The practical challenge of integrating innovative technological tools into a theoretical ESP course

If I asked you to associate Fine Arts with one word, I am pretty confident the answer would, unequivocally, be drawing or sketching, writes Maria Christoforou.  Now, I am curious to see which word you would use to relate the subject of English to the specifics of a course of Fine Arts. That is an even greater challenge! […]

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The Role of AI in ELT – Full Programme

The Role of Artificial Intelligence (AI) in English Language Teaching, Learning and Assessment: Either Friend or Foe? The full Web Conference Programme for 9 November 2018 can now be revealed. This event was previously promoted by us with this short animation. To enter the room on the day you can scan the QR code above or […]

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Cheapest VR Ready Laptops

Picking out a laptop that works well for the needs of the user is difficult for anyone, writes guest blogger, Davor Gasparevic. The myriad choices of computers all require careful consideration of size, speed, memory, graphics, performance and, of course, cost. Gamers require more powerful computers; add virtual reality (VR) into the mix and you […]

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