The ELTjam Product Development Collection
What goes into making a successful digital product? This series explores some of the principles of good product management and shares examples and case studies from across the world of ELT.
We introduced the concept of Learner Experience Design (LXD) within ELT back in 2016. Since then, we’ve continued to develop it, and it now forms the bedrock of most of the work we do with our clients in the design and development of learning products. At our recent InnovateEdTech conference in London, we took the opportunity to ask some of the delegates and speakers what Learner Experience Design means to them. Here, we share some of their fascinating responses – both from within ELT and beyond.read more
It is not what you are selling that is important, it is the result of what you are selling that customers care about.read more
I could clearly see the how EdTech was starting to affect ELT and I wasn’t going to resist it or surrender to it. Instead, I wanted to get engaged. The question was … HOW?read more
We speak to Scott Granville, award-winning writer and producer, about his mission to create dramatic narrative videos for English language learners …read more
Here’s an old and very useful post, reformatted for summer. If you’re not on holiday yet, try these tips for Microsoft Word for editors and writers, and anyone who uses the software on a PC.read more
In an update of a post from @muranava’s excellent EFLNotes blog, Mike Boyle, ELT author and editor, talks about why learning to code and taking on technology projects to help language learners is a career boost for EFL teachers and materials writers.read more
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