“Advocating for L2 Writers in the COVID-19 Era: Administrative Strategies”
Discussion Leaders: Shelley Staples and Christine Tardy 1-2:30 pm on June 12, 2020 (Arizona Time; MST; UTC-7) In this discussion-driven webinar, we will consider some of the administrative and financial challenges that university writing and language programs are facing as their institutions face severe financial pressures and remote instruction for international students. Continue reading SSLWebinar
The Colorado State University (https://wac.colostate.edu) generously shares the WAC Clearinghouse resources published or made available in partnership with NCTE, Utah State University Press, and others (now more than 115 volumes) as well as the journal articles, which are available for free download in open-access formats. Continue reading Colorado State University offers a range of resources
During the fall of 2019, the American Psychological Association (APA) published the seventh edition of its Publication Manual, which is the official guide to APA style. While the changes are not monumental, they do make the process of writing a research paper a bit easier for students. Here are some of the highlights. Continue reading APA Changes in the New Seventh Edition
From 28 January to 2 February, the English Language Fellows, ELFs, assigned to Eastern Europe and Russia gathered in the beautiful city of Tallinn, Estonia to participate in a series of download and information sessions, cultural excursions, program anniversary activities, and mutually beneficial sharing of experiences.
Continue reading English Language Fellows Program, Mid-Year Event in Tallinn, Estonia
Learning is an important objective among all the students studying across different levels. Text books are considered as one of the most important source of information utilised by a student in order to enhance their knowledge and understanding. Textbook are the part of one’s education life but with the changing learning environment, the process of learning is also significantly changed. Continue reading Textbook is not the best way to learn, by Bill Gates
The CWCA/ACCR and CWCR/RCCR are excited to invite proposals to the first Pilcrow Studio Writing Retreat for writing scholars, instructors, and tutors at a lovely AirBnB Cottage in Bluewater, Ontario on the shores of Lake Huron.
The Pilcrow Studio retreat offers an opportunity for focused writing in community with your writing centre colleagues from across the country. Continue reading Pilcrow Studio Writing Retreat May 24th 4pm – May 27th 2020 Bluewater, Ontario
American English Live: Teacher Development Series 7 begins on January 15, 2020!
Join us on facebook.com/AmericanEnglishforEducators for a series of six Facebook Live professional development sessions for English language teachers around the world. At the end of each session, complete a short quiz to earn a digital badge! Continue reading American English Live: Teacher Development Series 7
Arizona State University Tempe, AZ USA November 13-16, 2019.
The Symposium on Second Language Writing (SSLW) is an annual international conference that brings together teachers and researchers who work with second- and foreign-language writers to discuss crucial issues in the field of second language writing.
Continue reading The 18th Symposium on Second Language Writing and SSLW Institute
You well know that productive studying and social networks are like archenemies to each other. You can only do one at any given time. You usually start with studying, let’s say, English grammar, but suddenly find yourself scrolling your Facebook feed or browsing subreddits. We know how that works. Continue reading 150 English Grammar Pages: Facebook, YouTube, Reddit, Telegram
Your health reflects your lifestyle. Leading to a sedentary lifestyle can affect your health badly. When you restrict your body movement, you make your body lazy and inactive. The more active movements you have during a day, the better and healthy life you will live. Continue reading Why Sitting Job May Result in Serious Health Issues?