ELTjam exists to promote innovation in ELT, and to explore the question ‘What next for ELT?’
The ELTjam blog was founded by Nick Robinson, Laurie Harrison and Tim Gifford in 2013 to champion the free exchange of expertise, skills and innovative ideas between ELT professionals. This is where we share ELT-relevant news, reviews and opinions on EdTech, gaming, mobile and online learning, publishing and learning. We invite contributions from publishers, teachers, authors, game developers, ELT entrepreneurs and anyone else who is driven to identify how things can be done better. If you’d like to get involved, contribute to our blog or ask us anything, please get in touch.
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Power to the Teacher!
6th – 7th May 2016, Barcelona
In 2015, content is no longer king. At best, it’s a minor royal. So in the era of content as a commodity, what’s taken its place on the throne? What do users value instead?read more