Thank you for explaining I don't have to become a member of TESOL. I just went through the program and ordered the CALL Environments (2nd Ed.) I'm so pleased I can get this book. I will enjoy reading what you wrote. Also, when I looked at the chapter reviews I became extremely excited when I saw Datta Kaur Khalsa's name as an author in Chapter 2. She was my professor in my master's program I just finished!!!! What a really small world!!! She helped me with editing my thesis. She's fabulous!!! It took me a couple years but I finally got my Master in Science Educational Technology degree. (That is one big reason why I haven't been very active with the Webheads for the past two years.)
Now I just can't wait for the book to be delivered!!!!!
Thanks again for giving me this information!!!
All the best to you,
Elizabeth Hanson-Smith <ehansonsmi@...
I know TESOL doesn't have the simplest of Websites B-)
When you get to the list of books, click on the shopping cart and it
will ask you either to sign in OR to create a new account (this is not
a membership in TESOL):
" If you are new, please click the "Sign up as new user" link below so
your request can be processed and your account will be remembered for
I also found it on Amazon, which is the same price as the non-member
price at TESOL.
BTW, LLTT is a set of case studies, while CALL Environments has both
research articles and practice using the research (be sure you get the
2nd ed., however).
Thanks for pursuing this!
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org
, Candace Pauchnick
> Dear Elizabeth,
> I'm trying to purchase your book: "Learning Languages Through
Technology" but I can't buy it unless I log in to TESOL. I haven't
become a member but I thought I could still buy the book even if I
wasn't a member. Is there a way I can buy the book without become a
member of TESOL? Since I don't teach students who are speakers of
other languages I didn't want to actually join TESOL. But I really
liked the topics in your book and feel I can use some of the
information in my classes. I also saw so many familiar Webhead names
in this publication and I would love to have it.
> I sure would appreciate any guidelines you can give to as to how
to purchase the book through the TESOL site. :-)
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