Review: NILE Technology-assisted Language Learning course

I took the MA module in Technology-assisted Language Learning through NILE back in 2017. Here are some thoughts on the course (views my own).

Overview

The course “covers the uses of technology in language education and includes theoretical perspectives, practical applications and opportunities for hands-on practical experience.”

Module content included the following…

The role of edtech in ELT Evaluating edtech in your own institution Working with the web: search literacy, tagging literacy, etc Working with media – images, audio, video, remixing Mobile learning- what is it and how can we use it? QR codes, virtual reality, augmented reality, e-readers, SMS, etc Syllabus design; implementing tech Teacher development online: PLNs etc

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