#DigELT2015
50 international speakers in Dublin

  Technology & pedagogy in practice

Sophia Mavridi, Joint Co-ordinator of the IATEFL Learning Technologies Special Interest Group talks about the significance of #Digital ELT 2015 which took place in Dublin, Ireland, from October 31st to November 1st.

Presentations, blogs, and some video recordings of plenaries and other talks will soon be featured on the ltsig website itself.

#DigELT2015 Speakers on Pinterest


As a token of appreciation to all of the presenters, teachers and researchers around the world who travelled all the way to Dublin for this conference, we have collected posters and related multi-media to showcase the passion and expertise of our speakers.

Speakers can easily embed poster widgets onto their blogs, share this work on their Linkedin profiles, and use the images for professional blog reflections that we will host on the ltsig website, as well as link to on this Tackk poster.

This Tackk poster also functions as a social stream so you can comment on links and share your own blogs, comments, photos and insights here too.

Although a conference may seem "over", it lives on through the community that made it possible in the first place.

This growing community is the IATEFL Learning Technologies Special Interest Group in collaboration with teachers all over the world. You can find us on Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, Tackk, Scoopit and, of course, on our website. The ltsig website is being "renovated" right now, so be prepared for a dynamic new look and feel.

Click on the button below to find your talk on Pinterest.

#DigELT2015 Speakers on You Tube

The depth and breadth of talks, ideas and challenging insights can be  appreciated through this bird's eye view of the conference on video.Remember that we plan to feature slideshows on the website, so there is still much to explore.

Digital ELT Website

Speaker blogs, Stories and Reflections

#DigELT2015 on Scoopit

#DigELT2015 on Storify

Iatefl LT SIG on Facebook

The place to be to get up to date on all exciting Iatefl edtech events, webinars, blogs, Tweets, chats, cutting-edge news and conferences around the world.

A group created for current and past member of the Learning Technologies SIG as a place where we can share new ideas, tools and blog posts.

Each week, we raise a discussion topic within this group to encourage dialogue and the sharing of knowledge gained through our members' experiences of using technology in a principled manner.

Please come and join this new fb group - post your photos, blog posts and take part in some of our slow-burn chats starting soon.

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