Augmented reality and Virtual Reality: Pre-conference event in Brighton

The IATEFL LT-SIG pre-conference event is full! I'm really delighted to join Shaun Wilden in opening (and closing) the day. Focussing on Augmented Reality (AR) and Virtual Reality (VR), it promises to be a fantastic event! Here’s the line-up: The potential for VR and AR in the language classroom – Sarah Rogerson Gaining a new … Continue reading Augmented reality and Virtual Reality: Pre-conference event in Brighton

CALL Review

I am enjoying a sneak preview of the latest CALL Review. It's a bumper edition.... Funny that Russell Stannard writes about Jing, as just this week I downloaded the free version and am trying it out at home. There's an article from another colleague at Warwick, Duncan Hunter on exploiting corpora. Fellow PSA Director Kevin … Continue reading CALL Review


The latest CALL Review has just been uploaded to the IATEFL learning technologies SIG website. It has an article from PSA Director, Byron Russell and the creator of this very site, Barney Barrett. Here are the contents: Now for something completely different: EFL publishers in a digital age - Byron Russell Towards a 360° view … Continue reading CALL REVIEW

CALL Review

I am currently editing the Winter 2009 - 2010 CALL Review. It's a cracking edition! PSA's very own Byron Russell kicks off with a look at the future for ELT publishers. Valentina Dodge has contributed an exhilarating article on English 360. Maurice Claypole has sunmitted a fascinating article of particular interest to ESP and CLIL teachers. … Continue reading CALL Review

CALL Review

I am delighted to say that the latest CALL Review is now available on the IATEFL website. It includes the following articles: The future has arrived: a new era in electronic dictionaries - Michael Rundell Blended Learning and Current Thinking in TEFL - Simon Buckland Tweeting in a language teaching and learning environment - Mercedes … Continue reading CALL Review

CALL Newsletter – Spring 2008

The latest CALL Newsletter has just been uploaded to the Learning Technologies SIG website. It's a cracking issue, even though I say so myself (showing editorial unbias) with articles on: Second Life / InfoQuests / video and new media / YouTube / Camtasia / wikis, an interview and book review... Enjoy!

CALL Review

 I am exploring a desk-top publishing package from Serif in preparation for editing the next CALL Newsletter. So, please send your articles, book reviews, hardware and software reviews, interviews, conference reports, letters, announcements, advertisements, opinions, to me at: pete.sharma@ btopenworld. com Please send your contributions by Word attachment and follow the guidelines on the inside cover … Continue reading CALL Review

Learning Technologies SIG Newsletter

The latest Newsletter (Winter 2007) of the CALL Review is available to SIG members as a pdf from the website. Articles include: Moodle, Interactive whiteboards, and Gary Motteram's report on last month's LT SIG / British Council event, Milan (including a summary of Pete's plenary). Visit: IATEFL Learning Technologies SIG