Friday, June 25, 2004

A mailing list for English teachers

The CETEFL electronic discussion list is not only for teachers of English in Central and Eastern Europe (as the title might suggest) - you might benefit from joining wherever in the world you're located. Its special relevance to ICT in ELT is that it has channels for discussing web and technology-related issues (as well as other channels, of course). Give it a try - it's free :). Read more about it and subscribe here:

www.volny.cz/cetefl

See you there!

Sunday, June 20, 2004

European Schoolnet eLearning Awards

The idea of the eLearning awards 2004 is basically to give the opportunity for teachers and schools to enter their projects using ICT
(websites, etc.). Over 30,000 euro in cash prizes is available and winners will be invited to an awards ceremony in Prague in November.

All kinds of projects are welcome and there are special awards in
certain categories such as science and culture. There is also a category for local education authorities. You can find full details on the website: elearningawards.eun.org

Quote from the site:

The eLearning Awards is the premiere competition for schools involved in innovative content development and collaboration using information and communication technology (ICT).


Check it out!

Thursday, June 03, 2004

Shameless self-promotion

Are you new to using the Internet in your teaching? Then you need... The Web in ELT! Especially if you're Hungarian, because then you can apply to have your course fee refunded by the World-Language (Világ-Nyelv) project and get credit points for completing the course. The short intro below is taken from webcourse.iatefl.hu:

The Web in ELT

The first accredited online teacher training course for teachers of English in Hungary

A joint project of IATEFL Hungary and the Regional English Language Office of the US Embassy in Budapest

Course description in brief:
An accredited online course for teachers of English who are beginner users of the Internet. The course shows participants how to use the Internet effectively in their teaching and also for their own professional development.

Hope to see you there!

New address: ICTinELT.com

I mentioned in a previous post that I was considering moving this blog to my own site. Now the move is complete: please use this address in the future:

ICTinELT.com

Hope to see you there!