Teaching English with Technology - Electronic Dictionaries - May issue
- Please excuse cross-posting
Dear List Members,
I am writing to inform you that a new issue of "Teaching English with Technology", a journal for teachers of English interested in using computers and the Internet in their work, has been published and is accessible at this URL http://www.iatefl.org.pl/call/callnl.htm. There you can find the current issue of the Journal, devoted fully to Electronic Dictionaries, with the following contributions:
"What Can Be, But Is Not (And Why), In Learners' MRDs" by Wlodzimierz Sobkowiak,
"Multilingual Data Organiser (M.D.O.) - an Overview of a Small-Scale Project" by Leszek Bajkowski
Internet Lesson Plans:
"Getting Ready for the Euro" by Beata Waligorska-Olejniczak
"Different Shades of Madness" by Miroslawa Podgorska
A Word from a Techie:
"Customize Your Own English Dictionaries" by Guo Shesen
"General and Specialised Free Online Dictionaries" by Mari Carmen Campoy Cubillo
"Macmillan English Dictionary vs. Cambridge Learner's Dictionary - a Comparative Review" by Jarek Krajka
Reports from Past Events:
"UNTELE 2002 - Use of New Technologies in Foreign Language Teaching, Compiegne, France, March 28-30" by Jarek Krajka
Apart from the current issue, all the previous issues of the Journal (from January 2001) are available on the website as well. The Journal can be viewed online, or you can download the whole issue as *.html file of around 120 KB.
If you are interested in receiving the new issue every two months as .html attachment by email, please send me a letter saying so. If you are interested in contributing to the Journal in any of its sections, please review submission guidelines on the Journal website or email me for more information.
I wish you a good reading.
Editor, "Teaching English with Technology"
Maria Curie-Sklodowska University, Lublin, Poland
Adam Mickiewicz University, Poznan, Poland
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