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LETTER FROM THE CO-CHAIRS
Jane Petring, Cégep Edouard Montpetit, Longueuil, Québec, Canada & Patrice Palmer, Ontario, Canada
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LETTER FROM THE EDITOR
Alex Monceaux, Lamar University, Beaumont, Texas, USA
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LETTER FROM THE SOCIAL MEDIA LEADERS
Walton Burns, Patrice Palmer, & Lisa Horvath

Our social media management team works hard to keep us informed and up to date. Learn about our social media platforms, stay connected, and get involved! Read More

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ARTICLES
BECOMING A MATERIALS WRITER IN THE DIGITAL AGE
Linda Butler, Northampton, Massachusetts, USA & Jennifer Lebedev, Boston, Massachusetts, USA

The world has gone digital, and the educational publishing industry is in a state of transition. What does that mean for people who want to break into writing materials for publication? Here’s a response from two authors with extensive experience in print and digital media. Read More

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FROM THE TRENCHES: AN INTERVIEW WITH MWIS COMMUNITY MANAGER, CERISE SANTORO
Alex Monceaux, Lamar University, Beaumont, Texas, USA

Recently, Cerise worked with federally funded educational programs to design 19 professional development conferences in the Philippines that reached over 2,800 educators. Now she is certain that we can advance the ESL field together. Read More

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SESSION REPORT: "FLIPPED LEARNING IN TESOL: THE FIRST 5 YEARS" AND "MAKE THE BEST OF YOUR CLASS WITH AN IN-CLASS FLIP!"
Robyn Brinks Lockwood, Stanford University, Stanford, USA

Most people associate flipped classes with videos and online materials. While the flipped learning model can and does make use of videos, it can also make use of printed materials. Understanding flipped learning and its core concepts can help writers make sure their books are not obsolete and play an essential role in a flipped classroom. Read More

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MWIS SESSION REPORT: MEETING TODAY'S NEEDS AND TOMORROW'S REALITIES IN ELT MATERIALS
Jane Petring, MWIS Chair; Cegep Edouard-Montpetit, Longueuil, Québec, Canada

Electronic or physical books? Paper or apps? What do students, teachers, administrators, programmers, and publishers prefer? Materials writers, administrators, and developers share their insights in today's materials conundrum in this summary of the TESOL 2017 MWIS-sponsored InterSection session. Read More

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MWIS MEET THE MEMBERS
Peter J. Collins, Tokai University, Kanagawa Prefecture, Japan & Robin Dahling, Chinese University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong, People's Republic of China
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MATERIALS WRITERS IS OPEN MEETING MINUTES
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MWIS: THE TEAM, THE MISSION
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