Parallel session speakers:
Elizabeth Allen, University of Bristol, 'How can Sonocent Audio Notetaker develop students' listening & speaking skills?'.
Joseph Bleazard, Kaplan International English, Liverpool, 'Using IT to write collaboratively' .
Stephanie Dimond-Bayir, Anglia Ruskin University (Sponsored by CUP) 'Tools or toys? Targeting technology for progress'.
Ben Dobbs, BD Communications, 'Using technology for great business English lessons'.
Ryan Ellershaw, MAES, 'In 'Kahoots' with technology: quick wins for assessing learning'.
Hazel Leigh, Sheffield Association for the Voluntary Teaching of English, (NATESOL Teacher Development Scholarship winner). 'Supporting the development of volunteer ESOL tutors'.
Jess Poole, University of Leeds, 'Using padlets to enrich reading circles'.
David Read, University of Sheffield, 'An online course in learning technologies for EAP teachers'.
Rachel Robinson, University of Leeds, 'Using technology to enhance student presentations'.
Thomas Rogers, University of Bedfordshire, 'Using real time visual representations of intonation in the language classroom'.
Ella Tennant, Keele University, ' Transforming feedback to international students'.
Varinder Unlu, International House, London, 'Self-organised learning evironments (SOLEs) - do they work in the language classroom?'.