Experts to discuss online classroom technology for English language learning

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The latest online developments for teaching, learning and assessing English are the focus of a virtual conference hosted by the University of Cambridge ESOL Examinations (Cambridge ESOL) on Friday 22 July 2011.

The latest online developments for teaching, learning and assessing English are the focus of a virtual conference hosted by the University of Cambridge ESOL Examinations (Cambridge ESOL) on Friday 22 July 2011. The live online conference, aimed at teachers of English, will feature short presentations from Cambridge ESOL, Kaplan, Cambridge University Press and Bell Education Trust.

Simon Wright, Marketing Manager at Cambridge ESOL said:

“Online technologies are becoming increasingly important in English language teaching and assessment. In developing our online tests and services, we’ve found it extremely useful to join in discussions with experts in the field. We’ve organised this event to share experiences and insights from some of the experts from the English language teaching community.”

Speakers include Nigel Pike, Head of Assessment, Cambridge ESOL; Anna Stanton, Learning Innovation Manager, Kaplan International Colleges; Debra Marsh, Editorial Project Manager, ELT Online Learning, Cambridge University Press; and Nik Peachey, Learning Technology Consultant, Associate Trainer, Bell Education Trust.

For more information including full details of speakers, visit:

http://www.cambridgeesol.org/teacherconference/

To watch the conference, visit http://www.policyreview.tv/tech_support.html

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