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Three Sunday workshops announced

Workshop 1: Me & My Mobiles – Learning in Hand – Gavin Dudeney In this workshop we will examine a rationale for mobile and handheld learning and examine possible implementations of it in language education. Starting from a brief theoretical (yet hands on) overview we will move on to consider how mobile learning can be […]

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Final keynote announced – Sylvia Guinan

We are very pleased to have as our final keynote,  Sylvia Guinan. See Sylvia’s bio here. Her topic will be: Harnessing Educational Technology To Boost Confidence, Creativity & Social Intelligence This talk highlights the natural affinity between timeless creativity and technological innovation. It aims to clarify how creative thinking strategies can take students and teachers […]

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Here we go again!

Our preparations for the 2014 conference have been brewing over the summer. Two plenaries speakers announced – we are very pleased to welcome Gavin Dudeney back to Ireland although a first time speaker at Digital ELT Ireland. Dr Nellie Deutch will be bringing a young learner and teen perspective to the conference. More updates very […]

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ELT Survey results published

Hi all I’m very pleased that the final report on the Irish ELT teachers and technologies survey is now available for download here. Thanks again to all for participating and congratulations to John Whipple for doing all the hard work in carrying out the survey and pulling all the analysis together.

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(2012) The philosophy of the conference phormat

As the programme is now almost finalised, I’d like to say something about why we put it together this way. Firstly, it is a learning conference. When we were planning the conference with the MEI and ACELs it was clear that we wanted a learning conference. We chose some of the biggest themes in learning […]

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