Time to tame online video

I bet you watch a lot of video on the web - either for leisure or for work. Apart from streaming services I use at […]

Binge on learning English with Netflix

Growing up in Greece in the ā€˜80s and early ā€˜90s, with no Internet and very limited TV channels, especially when it came to foreign satellite […]

New TESOL EdTech Post Series

One of my New Year's Resolutions was to blog more. Hasn't happened yet, I know. But there's been some progress! Since December, I've started writing […]

How to Organize Information: Social Bookmarking with Diigo

How many times have you found yourself not being able to find a website you had previously visited? It happens to everyone. It has happened […]

Language Power Tools

The web is full of resources that can be really useful for teachers and learners. Lots of websites and tools that we can go to […]

How To Use Dropbox As a... Dropbox

Many people use Dropbox to store their documents online. In the cloud as we say. Dropbox is nice. The ones who use it probably know […]

An Office In The Cloud

One of the most important developments in computer science that has already started to affect our lives is cloud computing. In a nutshell, it means […]

How to Create Your Own Digital Magazine

There is a lot of content out there. Iā€™m sure you agree. The web is full of websites, blogs, journals and other platforms that (try […]

Content Discovery: Manage Your Daily Information Stream

Previously on When EdTech Meets ELT: I wrote about how to curate your own collection or articles using Flipboard, resulting in a beautiful digital magazine. […]

How do we tell stories?

The following report of Andrew Wright's storytelling workshop was originally written for the 22nd TESOL Macedonia Thrace Northern Greece Annual International convention and has been […]

Doing Research 2.0

tl;dr The following post is about organizing your bookmarks, annotations, PDFs and notes with Diigo Outliners as well as easily creating citations with Cite This […]

Can you hear that? Practice speaking and listening using free tools

Listen. How often do you listen? Especially to your own voice? For those learning a foreign language, speaking is a core skill and technology has […]

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