Have you seen our scholarships for next year’s IATEFL?

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As we have done for a number of years, LTSIG offer two scholarships to support two technology-minded people the chance to attend the main IATEL conference, which in 2017 will be in Glasgow.


diana_eastmanThe Diana Eastment Scholarship commemorates Diana Eastment, one of the founders of MUESLI (Micro Users In ESL Institutions). MUESLI is a forerunner of what is now known as the Learning Technologies SIG—LTSIG.

This scholarship is for LTSIG members only and is awarded to a member who submits a application to speak at the conference on a topic of relevance to LTSIG members.

The award consists of:

  • registration for the LTSIG pre-conference event
  • registration for the main conference
  • a year’s IATEFL membership
  • a year’s LTSIG membership
  • GBP500 to help with conference related expenses
  • travel costs including, if necessary, an economy flight to the UK subject to conditions.


roving_reporterThe roving reporter scholarship is a new one we are introducing to replace our travel scholarship. It is open to anyone,  member of the SIG or not.This will be awarded to someone who does not want to speak but still wants to a chance to attend the conference. This person will become the LTSIG roving reporter for the conference, producing media and reviews of technology talks for our website and newsletter.





The award consists of:

  • registration for the LTSIG Pre-Conference Event
  • registration for the IATEFL Annual Conference
one year’s IATEFL and LTSIG individual membership for the following year
an economy flight to the UK (up to a maximum of GBP 1000.00)*
GBP 500.00 towards conference-related expenses


You have until 21st July to apply for either scholarship. Go to <a href=”http://www.iatefl online project management tools.org/scholarships/current-list-of-scholarships”>http://www.iatefl.org/scholarships/current-list-of-scholarships for more details

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