A taste of the IATEFL LTechs conference in Cyprus
- Dear colleagues,
I apologise for cross-postings...
Just a reminder that registration has opened for the IATEFL LTechs conference organised jointly with the University of Cyprus and the Cyprus Pedagogical Institute (26-28 May 2006).
Registration forms are available at
Below follows a sample of the many interesting talks which will be presented at the conference:
A Virtual Learning Environment in an ESL Classroom
Teaching academic writing and the Internet
Interactive Whiteboards - the difference that makes the difference? Learners speak their minds.
Apres le deluge - What is the role of video in modern language learning ?
Teaching Literature Online : to 'e' or not to 'e', that is the question!
Effects of Virtual Mediated Process Writing on University Students' Academic Achievement in Nigeria
Email and Second Language Speaking
The use of concept mapping software for argument building in the language classroom
E-Learning: From Hype to Hope
Can CALLs Success Stories in Industry be Mirrored Effectively in the Educational Environment?
Computer-enhanced input enhancement and focus on form(s) in instructed SLA
The art of speaking over the Net
Enhancing English learners listening and speaking skills in a virtually real language situation with the assistance of video technology
Wikis and Autonomy
Nicenet Virtual Classroom
Using the Interactive Whiteboard in the ELT classroom
Chinese Students Learning Styles and CALL
Promoting Higher Levels of Students' Active Participation with Interactive Whiteboard Technology
"2006, Big Brother is still teaching you. The use of cameras in the ELT classroom"
Collaborative Writing and Technology: Two Case Studies
Sound Advice for Online ESL Design
The role of the computer as a reinforcement tool outside the classroom context
Integrating technology in English Placement Tests at college level: the test-takers' perceptions
Using Distance Learning to teach EFL to Young Learners in Small Multigrade Schools
Community-building in text-based SCMC
Conductor: Flash-based creation of CALL material
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