The Call for Participation for the Electronic Village Online (EVO) 2016 is now public! This year, there are fourteen five-week sessions to choose from, including flipped learning, teaching pronunciation, using Moodle, creating electronic textbooks, supporting DREAMers, understanding copyright, and more. Most of the activity is asynchronous, so you can participate when it is convenient for you. For a complete listing and abstracts, visit the Call for Participation at http://evosessions.pbworks.com.
All EVO sessions are free (you usually need only a computer with Internet access and a desire to learn) and open to all, whether or not you are a TESOL member. They carry no academic credit, and participants may choose the level of involvement that works for them.
Registration for the sessions will take place from January 3 to January 10, 2016. Sessions begin with a kick-off webcast on January 10 at 14.00 GMT at http://webheads.learningtimesevents.org/ and continue until February 14. To register for a session, follow the instructions on that session’s page (Session pages are linked to the CFP.). EVO sessions can be time-consuming, so for your own good, we encourage you to sign up for no more than two sessions!
Mark your calendars now for EVO registration, January 3 – 10 (Please do not try to register before January 3!), And get ready for an unforgettable experience!
Please share this announcement with the membership and your own colleagues, and thank you for helping us to spread the word–and for sponsoring the EVO and EVO sessions again this year!
On behalf of the EVO2016 Coordination Team