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LETTER FROM THE CHAIR
Suzan Stamper

Suzan Stamper express thanks to all who contributed to the interest section over the past year. Read More

LETTER FROM THE PAST CHAIR
Christine Bauer-Ramazani, Applied Linguistics Department, St. Michael’s College

Christine Bauer-Ramazani previews this year's events in the Electronic Village and Technology Showcase. Read More

LETTER FROM THE CHAIR-ELECT
Dawn Bikowski, PhD, Director, English Language Improvement Program, Linguistics Department, Ohio University

Dawn Bikowski describes special CALLIS sessions: the Academic Session and InterSections. Read More

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TESOL TECHNOLOGY STANDARDS UPDATE
Phil Hubbard
Deborah Healey
Phil Hubbard and Deborah Healey describe the new TESOL Technology Standards. Developed under the direction of TESOL’s Standards Committee, these standards, which are advisory now, may later become part of a formal certificate in the future. The standards will be published in Technology Standards: Description, Implementation, Integration, scheduled for release in Spring 2011 and they are now available in TESOL’s first e-book. Read More
FRIENDSHIPS UNFORESEEN
Patrice Pendell, Kinjo Gakuin University, Japan
The Nagoya Next Door project provided a variety of learning opportunities for English as foreign language (EFL) students at a Japanese university. The Internet was the platform for international communications and a regional mascot doll the cornerstone for a cyber-friendship network created through a variety of EFL activities. Read More
WEBINARS
Rick Rosenberg
Kevin McCaughey
This article provides an overview of an interactive webinar series designed for English language teachers from Jordan, Iraq, Syria, Lebanon, the West Bank, and Gaza. Read More
ESL WRITING ONLINE WORKSHOP FUNDED BY FIPSE
Claire Bradin Siskin, Director, ESL Workshop, Excelsior College
Claire Bradin Siskin describes the ESL Writing Online Workshop (ESL-WOW) Project at Excelsior College in Albany, NY which has been granted $581,609 by the FIPSE of the US Department of Education. In this 3-year project, an online remedial ESL writing program will be created for community college and adult learners. Read More
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MAKING CONNECTIONS
Suzan Stamper

Suzan Stamper interviews three more CALL IS member... Read More

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Examining the "E" in TESOL
Electronic Village and Technology Showcase Special Events

Electronic Village Program

TESOL 2011, New Orleans
March 17-19, 2011

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