Posted on behalf of the Brighton Team.
IATEFL BRIGHTON CONFERENCE: BRIGHTON ONLINE WEBSITE NOW LIVE!
Online conference coverage of the 45th IATEFL Conference
The Brighton Online website is now live at:
The British Council and IATEFL have launched the Brighton Online website
which offers live web coverage of this year's IATEFL Conference in Brighton.
The Brighton Online website allows gives you an opportunity to follow one of
the world's biggest ELT conferences free online.
Brighton Online offers:
- video recordings of selected sessions
- live interviews and streamed plenaries
- moderated special interest discussion forums
- text reports and photo albums
To visit the Brighton Online website, go to:
This initiative builds on earlier collaboration between the British Council
Last year over 50,000 teachers and trainers participated in Harrogate
This year we expect a much larger audience, and this is a real opportunity
to take part in the biggest online ELT training community.
The Brighton Online website gives you an opportunity to share ideas with
teachers all around the world. There will be interactive live coverage with
video presentations, reports and interviews from Harrogate.
We look forward to meeting you online, and hope that you will share this
information with your colleagues worldwide.
Gavin Dudeney - Honorary Secretary, IATEFL
Julian Wing - British Council Brighton Online Project Manager
Nik Peachey - IATEFL Online Editor
Tuesday, March 29, 2011
Monday, March 14, 2011
As posted by Chris Sauer on the Webheads List:
We'll be webcasting several sessions from the Electronic Village and Academicsessions in New Orleans. Visithttp://www.call-is.org/info/course/view.php?id=22 to view the calendar ofwebcasts and instructions on how to attend. Please pass the link on to otherswho might be interested in participating.Chris
CALL-IS Webcast lead
Posted by Aiden at Monday, March 14, 2011