Electronic Village 2004


ELECTRONIC VILLAGE 2004


EV 2004 Schedule
What’s going on this week in the EV



Applications Fair
Internet Fair


Internet Fair "Classics"


EV Mini-Workshops Schedule

EV 2004 Online Sessions
The CALL Interest Section of TESOL, in conjunction with the EFL Interest Section, is proud to announce its 2004 round of online sessions, including readings, discussions, chats, guest speakers, and task-based activities. If you can’t come to the conference, now the conference can come to you! You do not have to be a member of TESOL, nor do you have to register for TESOL 2004, to take part in these FREE events.



2004 EV Schedule

EV 2004 Schedule
Time
Wednesday
Thursday
Friday
Saturday
7:45-8:30
Event Setup
Event Setup
Event Setup
Event Setup
8:30-9:30
Internet Fair:

IEP, Higher Ed, Adult Ed

Internet Fair:

Student projects,

K-12, Intercultural Communication

Internet Fair:

Authoring, Tools,

Distance Ed

Internet Fair:

Internet Resources, Teacher Training

9:30-10:30
Open Hours
Open Hours
Open Hours
Open Hours
10:30-11:30
Applications Fair:

Reading and Writing Resources

Applications Fair:

English for Young Learners Resources

Applications Fair:

Listening and Speaking Resources

Applications Fair:

Grammar and Vocabulary Resources

11:30-12:30
Open Hours
Open Hours
Open Hours
Breakdown
12:30-2:00
EV Mini-Workshop:

Online Teaching

and Learning

EV Mini-Workshop :

Working With Websites Offline

EV Mini-Workshop:

Content and Theme-based Instruction

2:00-3:30
Open Hours
Internet Fair Classics I
Internet Fair Classics 2
3:30-4:00
Open Hours
Open Hours
Open Hours

(400-4:30 Developers’ setup in 103 A & B )

(4:30-6:30 Developers’ Showcase in

103 A & B )

4:00-5:00
Applications Fair:

Teacher Training and Professional Development

Applications Fair:

ESP (Business, Legal,

Tourism, Medical)

5:00-6:00
CALL-IS OPEN MEETING (Room 103 A & B)
Open Hours
7:00-9:00

Webmasters Workshop


Italicized events are not in the EV.

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Applications Fair Schedule — Electronic Village
Long Beach Convention Center
(Room 103 A&B)

Wednesday, March 31, 10:30-11:30 AM Reading & Writing Resources #405
Using MS PowerPoint in Project-Based ESL 5 and Culture Study Courses Lyra Riabov, Southern New Hampshire University.
Students "Excel" at Small Research Projects Barry Bakin, Division of Adult and Career Education, Los Angeles Unified School District.
Integrating keyboarding and language skills with MS Office Vance Stevens, Petroleum Institute, Abu Dhabi
Note-taking Strategies in Action Jeanette Clement, Duquesne University ESL Program
ESOL LV 1 Students Use Power Point Project As Aide In L2 Acquisition JT, Grogan-Tannebaum, Prince George’s County Public Schools ESOL Department
Wednesday, March 31, 4:00 – 5:00 PM Teacher Training & Professional Development #406
Scaffolding Techniques for Online Reading Instruction/Learning Snea Thinsan, Ruj Akavipat, & Malinee Prapinwong, Indiana University
Real Crossplatform Development at Last Tom Cole, Arizona State University
Creative and inventive use of PowerPoint techniques using iMovie Ye-Kyoung Kim, The Ohio State University
ESOL for the Online University Richard Schreck, Savannah College of Art and Design
Thursday, April 1, 10:30-11:30 AM Young Learners Resources #407
Using Kidspiration to Address Different Learning Styles Sookhee Kim, Bladensburg Elementary School, Prince George’s County Public Schools
Utilizing software for "parent-teacher conference":

Keun Huh, Washington State University
Jeongy Lee, University of Georgia

Chicka Chicka, Boom, Boom CALL theme Angie Dewhurst, TeachesEnglish.com
Thursday, April 1, 4:00 – 5:00 PM ESP: Business, Legal, Tourism & Medical #408
Software and Supplemental Materials for Specific Purposes Donna Price-Machado, San Diego Centers for Education and Technology
Project CONNECT Rosie Maum, JCPS Adult and Continuing Education
Friday, April 2, 10:30-11:30 AM Listening & Speaking Resources #409
Card games: A fun way to provide internet conversation practice. Maureen Cody, University of Pennsylvania
Use Music Experiment Development System for Pronunciation Training Xinchun Wang, California State University, Fresno
SOUND FILES 4 SOUND TEACHERS Marianne Anderson, Zayed University
Power Point Presentations of NPR News Reports Jean Czaja, Marquette University
A Low-Tech/Low-Cost CALL Approach to Pronunciation Improvement Kristin Hiller, UC Riverside-Beijing International Education Center
Saturday, April 3, 10:30-11:30 AM Grammar & Vocabulary Resources #410
Video Vocabulary Andrew Bowman, IELC Learning Laboratory (Wichita State University)
Vocabulary Profilers Francis Britto, Sophia University
Using Hot Potatoes and concordancing software to teach collocation Alejandro Martinez,
Cambridge University Press
Using Focus on Grammar (FOG) Software with Low- Intermediate
Students
Vino Reardon, Applied English Center, University of Kansas
Revised 2 April, 2016 . For comments or queries, please contact Steven Sharp

 

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TESOL 2004 CALL-IS

Developers Showcase

For more information, please contact event organizers:

Susanne McLaughlin smclaugh@roosevelt.edu
Doug Coleman Douglas.Coleman@utoledo.edu
John Lackstrom fat88@cc.usu.edu

Friday, April 2 4:30 – 6:30 Room 103 A & B

time
slot

Presenter Information

Title and Website

1

Andrew Bowman
IELC Learning Labs
ielc.lab@wichita.edu

Reading Cards
http://webs.wichita.edu/ielc-lab/software/reading-cards.html

2

Francis Britto
Sophia University
f-britto@sophia.ac.jp

A Word-level Checker
http://pweb.sophia.ac.jp/~britto/ev2004/

3

Doug Coleman
University of Toledo
Douglas.Coleman@utoledo.edu

Greg Kessler
Ohio University
Kessler@ohio.edu

Alex Wrege
University of Toledo

The Langland Project: Progress Report

4

Ye-Kyoung Kim
The Ohio State University
kim.1172@osu.edu

ACTFL Oral Proficiency Interview Practice on the CD

5

Rosie Maum
JCPS Adult and Continuing Education
rosiefiume@aol.com

Project CONNECT
http://connect.literacy.upenn.edu

6

Hazel Morton
University of Edinburgh, Scotland, UK
hmorton@ccir.ed.ac.uk

Nancie Davidson
University of Edinburgh, Scotland, UK
nancie@ccir.ed.ac.uk

A Virtual World for Language Learning

7

Katherine Powell
Harper College
kpowell@harpercollege.edu

The Alphabet: An Adult ESL Literacy Collaborative Project

8

Marian Thacher
Outreach and Technical Assistance Network; USA
mthacher@otan.us

English for All – Free Online Course
http://www.myefa.org

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TESOL 2004

CALL-IS EV Workshops Schedule

Space limited. Please sign up and enter the workshop 10 minutes prior to the workshop

Time

Presentation Topics & Presenters

3/31 Wednesday

12:30-2:00pm

Building a Virtual Community across the Borders Using Nicenet

Presenters:

Tomoko Nozawa, Keisen University, Japan

tomonozawa@nifty.com

Halyna Kaluzhna, the National Ivan Franko University of L’viv, Ukraine

KaluzhnaH@macewan.ca

Computer Skills: Basic

Computer Platform: PC

New technologies offer hundreds of possibilities to find partner classes all over the world. However, different platform choices, as well as different level of access to the Internet can serve as impediments for potential partner classes. The workshop participants will learn about the Nicenet platform, a groupware offered by an educational non-profit organization located in California, U.S.A., which can be used by educators free of charge. The presenters will start with introducing the main features of Nicenet platform. The workshop participants will then join the Nicenet class created specifically for the purpose of the workshop, and try working with the platform. The presenters will also show the joint project "Tokyo-Lviv discussion group" developed for Ukrainian and Japanese university classes. They will share their findings on how the discussion group influenced students’ motivation and cross-cultural awareness, and comment on the challenges the class administrators faced and lessons they learnt. Meeting for the first time off-line, the presenters will share their success story of building a solid teacher-teacher relationship on-line. Finding good relations on the net is possible, but pretty difficult even with educational services, why don’t you join us in this workshop to find your partner who has the same interests?

Setting up a Web-Based Course Using Moodle

Presenter: Thomas Robb, Kyoto Sangyo University, Japan

trobb@cc.kyoto-su.ac.jp

Computer Skills: Basic

Computer Platform: MAC

This workshop will demonstrate how Moodle, an open-source virtual learning system can give you virtually all the benefits of an expensive virtual learning environment (VLE) like WebCT or Blackboard for free. Moodle has numerous features which make it more functional and conducive to language learning courses than other platforms and is being used by thousands of institutions and individuals that offer online training. Moodle can be used for content-based courses as well as for language training. Other material may be linked to Moodle or incorporated within it, such as activities generated with Hot Potatoes. The workshop will provide hands-on experience at setting up your own course, including discussion forums, online chats, quizzes and other functionality that one expects from a modern virtual learning environment.

4/1 Thursday

12:30-2:00pm

Creating Listening Comprehension Quizzes Using Online Recordings

Presenter: Susan Earle-Carlin, University of California, Irvine

earlecar@uci.edu

Computer Skills: Basic and Intermediate

Computer Platform: PC

This workshop will cover the basic steps for creating online
listening comprehension quizzes for ESL students using Real Player to
access a variety of audio files available on websites such as NPR,
Science Today, and the US Census Bureau. The presenter will demonstate
existing class webpages, created using Netscape Composer, that have
links to audio files, accompanying comprehension questions, and an email
link to send answers to the instructor. These materials have been used
in university ESL classes; since the materials are authentic recordings,
the level is appropriate for high-intermediate to advanced students.
Following a demonstration of the end result, participants will be given
a list of websites with audio files. A hands-on demonstation will allow
them to build their own webpage, using Netscape Composer, with links to
an audio file, a set of listening comprehension questions, an email link
to send the answers to the listening quiz, and a follow-up question for
an oral response that might be recorded for homework. A handout
reviewing the steps and listening helplful websites will be provided.

Developing Online Materials that Enhance Language Learning

Presenter: Ron Fujihara, Long Beach School for Adults

rfujihara@mindspring.com

Computer Skills: Basic

Computer Platform: MAC

The purpose of this presentation is to demonstrate and discuss how this web-enhanced course combines online and face-to-face interaction in order to support the language growth of adult English language learners (ELLs) in a free community-based program. Online learning and face-to-face learning offer very different environments for students and teachers- each with its own gains and losses. By uniting them, a new learning setting such as this one is produced, which is able to take advantage of the strengths of both. For example, providing materials online allows students much greater flexibility in choosing and selecting tasks based on their needs and interest levels. Conducting face-to-face classes allows the student access to a learning-scaffold necessary for many ELLs. Besides changes in the learning environment, the teacher of this web-enhanced course has experienced changes in teaching strategies. For example, greater emphasis is put on the use of graphics and design (multimodality) in teacher-produced online materials in order to assure that learners are able to comprehend the materials. This presentation will highlight the benefits of this web-enhanced course while highlighting some of the changes that the teacher of the program has noticed in the resulting learning and teaching environment. With a consideration of ELLs’ needs, participants will construct a student worksheet in Word that can be uploaded and saved on their web site. Students can save the worksheet as a Word document and send it to the teacher as a completed assignment.

4/2 Friday

12:30-2:00pm

Writing and Grammar Practice with Paint

Presenter: Barry Bakin, Los Angeles Unified School District

barry.bakin@lausd.net

Computer Skills: Basic

Computer Platform: PC

Students use Paint in projects which provide vocabulary, writing, and grammar practice. Participants in the mini-workshop will do three projects: "Label a Photo" (vocabulary), "Draw ‘n’ Write" (writing), and "Comparisons" (grammar). The projects require a minimum of computer skills and can be done with students from the lowest ESL levels to intermediate and higher levels. They are enjoyable for students of any age. "Label a Photo" is just that. Students open a photo that the teacher has provided or that they have taken in Paint. They then use the "text" tool and the "line" tool to label various objects in the photo. For "Draw ‘n’ Write" students draw a picture using any of the tools available in paint, copy the image into Word and write about the picture commensurate to their level. In the "Comparisons" project students draw 3 pictures of items that can be compared. As in the previous project, the final image is copied into Word and the students write a series of sentences comparing each of the 3 items to each other and a final sentence using the superlative form to arrive at a conclusion.

Creating Online Communities for Free

Dana Saito-Stehberger, Alliant International University

danasaito@hotmail.com

Presenter Homepage: www.danasaito.de

Computer Skills: Basic

Computer Platform: MAC

Motivated by Long’s Interaction Hypothesis and Wenger’s idea of “Communities of Practice”, I would like to encourage English language teachers to create online student communities with MSN or Yahoo groups, which are free and take about 10 minutes to create. As an example, I would like to share one of the online communities that I have created. It includes types of questions and activities that will encourage student interaction. I would also like to share language learning links that can be linked to their community site to encourage interactive learning. As teachers create their community during the EV, I will give them a handout of useful tips of how to create online interaction between the students. This mini-workshop will be aimed at English teachers of junior high students and older at the intermediate level and up. The strength of the free MSN and Yahoo communities (groups) are that they are free, easy to access and to use, and provide students with a special place to meet and to communicate. The weakness is that there isn’t a lot of storage space (but there is definitely enough for an active message board and for pictures of the participants.)

Organized by the EV 2003 Mini-Workshops Team:

Lead: Yu-Feng (Diana) Yang, Washington State University, yuyang@wsu.edu

Laurie Moody, Passaic County Community College, dqm4884@nyu.edu

Jeff Nelson, United Arab Emirates University, jtnelson (at) el-camino (dot) net

 

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TESOL 2004 CALL-IS Internet Fair

Classics

For more information, please contact event organizers:

John Avery homeavery@harbornet.com
Dawn Bikowski
bikowski@ohio.edu

Thursday
2:00-3:30

Friday
2:00-3:30

Thursday, April 1, 2:00 – 3:00 pm

Classic Internet Fair I

comp

Presenter Information

Title and Website

MAC

Ashley Hastings
Shenandoah University; USA
ahasting@su.edu

Brenda Murphy
Shenandoah University; USA
bmurphy@su.edu

Blackboard Forums in TESOL Teacher Education
http://bbd.su.edu

MAC

Mary Ohno
Carlos Rosario International Public Charter School
Washington, DC; USA
mohno@carlosrosario.org

Hot Potatoes
http://mysite.verizon.net/mohno/Index.htm

PC

Christa de Kleine
College of Notre Dame of Maryland, USA
cdekleine@ndm.edu

Using Web-based Blackboard to Enhance MA TESOL Courses
http://blackboard.ndm.edu

MAC

Tom Robb
Kyoto Sangyo University, Japan
trobb@cc.kyoto-su.ac.jp
http://www.kyoto-su.ac.jp/~trobb/

Using Yahoo Groups to Foster Intra-class Communication
http://groups.yahoo.com

PC

Malika Lyon
University of Kansas; Lawrence, Kansas; USA
malika@ku.edu

English Exercises from CNN News Stories
http://literacynet.org/cnnsf/archives.html
http://www.cdlponline.org/

MAC

Marian Thacher
Outreach and Technical Assistance Network; USA
mthacher@otan.us

English for All – Free Online Course
http://www.myefa.org

PC

Paula Emmert
Grossmont Community College; USA
Emmert4@prodigy.net

WebQuests in ESL curriculum
http://www.call-esl.com

PC

Larry Kelly
Aichi Institute of Technology, Japan
http://www.aitech.ac.jp/~lkelly/

Charles Kelly
Aichi Institute of Technology, Japan
http://www.aitech.ac.jp/~ckelly/

The Internet TESL Journal and Its Activities for ESL Students.
http://iteslj.org/ The Internet TESL Journal
http://a4esl.org/ Activities for ESL students

MAC

Thomas Leverett
leverett@siu.edu
CESL, So. Ill. Univ.-Carbondale; USA
http://www.siu.edu/~cesl/teachers/pages/leverett/tom.html

Web Development for busy ESL/EFL Writing Teachers
http://www.siu.edu/~cesl/teachers/pd/wdfwt.html

3:00-3:30 Hands on time for visitors to experiment with the sites themselves, discuss with others, and/or ask questions of the presenters.

 

Friday, April 2, 2:00 – 3:00 pm

Classic Internet Fair II

comp

Presenter Information

Title and Website

PC

Randall Davis
ESL Cyber Listening Lab, USA
randall@esl-lab.com
http://www.esl-lab.com/randall.htm

Randall’s ESL Cyber Listening Lab
http://www.esl-lab.com/

MAC

Susan Gaer
Santa Ana College, School of Continuing Education; USA
sgaer@yahoo.com

Web Based Collaborative Projects
http://www.otan.dni.us/webfarm/emailproject/email.htm

MAC

Charles Kelly
Aichi Institute of Technology, Japan
http://www.aitech.ac.jp/~ckelly/

Larry Kelly
Aichi Institute of Technology, Japan
http://www.aitech.ac.jp/~lkelly/

Interesting Things for ESL Students
http://www.manythings.org

MAC

Tom Robb
Kyoto Sangyo University, Japan
trobb@cc.kyoto-su.ac.jp
http://www.kyoto-su.ac.jp/~trobb/

"Famous Personages in Japan Project"
http://www.kyoto-su.ac.jp/information/famous/index.html

MAC

Tracy Dingess
West Virginia University; Morgantown, West Virginia; USA
tdingess@wvu.edu

Helen Huntley
West Virginia University; Morgantown, West Virginia; USA
hhuntley@wvu.edu

Karla Assis
West Virginia University; Morgantown, West Virginia; USA
kakaher@yahoo.com

Oral Communication Skill Development Using Web Based Activities
http://www.polyglot.wvu.edu/esl250

PC

Vance Stevens
Amideast UAE / MLI Project
v.stevens@mli.ac.ae
http://www.geocities.com/vance_stevens//contactv.htm

Meet the Webheads Community of Practice Online
http://www.vancestevens.com/papers/evonline2002/webheads.htm
http://sites.hsprofessional.com/vstevens/files/efi/webheads.htm

PC

Carrie Melin
University of Illinois at Chicago
Chicago, Illinois; USA
melin@uic.edu

Imagination Voyages
http://www.iei.uiuc.edu/travelsim/index.html

MAC

Phil Hubbard
Stanford University, Stanford, CA; USA
phubbard@stanford.edu

Greg Kessler
Ohio University, Athens, OH; USA
kessler@ohio.edu

Technology, Techniques, and Materials for Web Listening


http://www.stanford.edu/~efs/tesol03listening/

PC

Mary Ohno
Carlos Rosario International Public Charter School
Washington, DC; USA
mohno@carlosrosario.org

Implementing English for All
http://www.myefa.org
http://www.cyberstep.org
http://www.tech21.org
http://www.literacyonline.org

PC

John Madden
ESL Services, International Office, Univ. of Texas at Austin; TX; USA
jmadden@mail.utexas.edu

Terri Wells
ESL Services, International Office, Univ. of Texas at Austin; TX; USA
tlwells@mail.utexas.edu

Better Comprehension through the Internet
http://www.utexas.edu/student/esl/faculty/madden/better_compreh_tesol2001.html

3:00-3:30 Hands on time for visitors to experiment with the sites themselves, discuss with others, and/or ask questions of the presenters.

 

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TESOL 2004 CALL-IS Internet Fair

For more information, please contact event organizers:
Malika Lyon <malika@ku.edu> – University of Kansas




Randall Davis
<randall@esl-lab.com> – The University of Utah
Suzan Stamper (Moody) <smoody@cuhk.edu.hk> – The Chinese University of Hong Kong

Wednesday,
March 31
IEP, Higher Ed,
Adult Ed
8:30-9:30 am
Thursday,
April 1

Student-generated
Projects, K-12,
Intercultural Communication


8:30-9:30 am
Friday,
April 2

Authoring, Tools,
and Distance Education

8:30-9:30 am
Saturday,
April 3

Internet Resources,
Teacher Training

8:30-9:30 am

 

Wednesday, March 31, 2004 Internet Fair:
IEP, Higher Ed, Adult Ed
8:30-9:30 am

Computer Station
Presenter Information

Title and Website(s)

prefer PC Buthaina Al Othman
Kuwait University
Buthaina_3@yahoo.com
Using Webcasts to Train Science Students at Kuwait University to Think Critically and Independently
http://alothman-b.tripod.com/wia_162finalproj.htm
http://alothman-b.tripod.com/index4.htm
http://alothman-b.tripod.com/present_162.htm
PC, Mac ok

Chris Jones
Arizona Western College
cjones@azwestern.edu

Recognizing ESL writers in an online magazine
http://www.azwestern.edu/modern_lang/esl/cjones/mag/

Any

Karen Woodman
University of New England
kwoodman@pobox.une.edu.au
Me and MAAL: 10 tips for developing successful online grad courses
http://www.une.edu.au/arts/LCL/disciplines/linguistics/appl_ling.htm
Any Kerry Purmensky
University of Central Florida
kpurmens@mail.ucf.edu
From Concept to Creation: Real Listening and Speaking on the WWW
http://www.npr.org
Any Teresa Almeida d’Eca
Escola EB 2,3 de Sto. Antonio Parede (Portugal)
tmvaz@mail.telepac.pt
The Euro is here to stay
http://www.malhatlantica.pt/teresadeca/papers/tesol2004/if04-euro.htm
http://www.malhatlantica.pt/teresadeca/school/euro-is-here-to-stay.htm
prefer PC Christine Bauer-Ramazani
Saint Michael’s College
cbauer-ramazani@smcvt.edu
WebQuests for Project-based Teacher Training
http://academics.smcvt.edu/cbauer-ramazani/Links/webquests.html
http://webquest.sdsu.edu/webquest.html
http://webquest.sdsu.edu/LessonTemplate.html
PC Eveline Cavalcante
Ohio University
ec275602@ohio.edu
Technology & Students’ Collaboration (Ohio Ð Brazil)
http://oak.cats.ohiou.edu/~ec275602/internet/index.html
Any Marian Thacher
Outreach and Technical Assistance Network
mthacher@otan.us
OTAN for Teachers – Adult ESOL Web Resources
http://www.adultedteachers.org
Any Mark Offner
Aichi Institute of Technology
offner@ge.aitech.ac.jp
Internet Travel Lessons for Conversation Practice
http://aitech.ac.jp/~offner
Mac, Safari browser if poss. Michael Feldman
Boston University CELOP
mfeldman@bu.edu
How Blogs Changed My Life and Can Change the World
http://dowbrigade.com
http://blogs.law.harvard.edu/monkeybrain

 

 

Thursday, April 1, 2004 Internet Fair:

Student-generated Projects, K-12, Intercultural Communication
8:30-9:30 am

Computer Station
Presenter Information

Title and Website(s)

PC

Jaime Smith
jsmith@salmail.sjsu.edu
Sarah McGregor
mcgregor@salmail.sjsu.edu
San Jose State University

Moving beyond the classroom with Moodle
http://salt.sjsu.edu/moodle
http://www.moodle.com
Mac Ð See special needs Ronald Long
Central Missouri State Univ.
rwlong@iland.net
Greg Kessler
Ohio University
Kessler@ohio.edu
Realtime collaborative videoconferencing tools
http://www.marratec.com
PC Ellen Measday
emeasday@comcast.net
Karen Rodriguez
Kyriakitsa@aol.com
Middlesex County College
Minimal preparation web activities for neophytes
http://www.literacynet.org/cnnsf/
http://www.merlot.org
Any Paula Emmert
Grossmont College
Emmert4@prodigy.net
Task-based WebQuests in ESOL curriculum
http://www.call-esl.com
Any Ð See sys. Specs. Michelle Kuamoo
kuamoom@prel.org
Tony Tung
tungt@prel.org
Pacific Resourc
Online early literacy program for English language learners
http://www.nearstar.org
PC Keun Huh
Keun70@yahoo.com
Lee Jeongyi
jlee1004@hotmail.com
Washington State University
How to create a "Web-based Collaborative Task"
http://www.emotioneric.com/
Any Larry Kelly
Charles Kelly

Aichi Institute of Technology
What’s new on the iteslj.org & a4esl.org websites (2003-2004)
http://aitech.ac.jp/~ckelly/esl/conference2004/
http://a4esl.org/ http://iteslj.org
4-5 PCs See sys. Specs

Christine Bauer-Ramazani
cbauer-ramazani@smcvt.edu
Saint Michael’s College

Professional development through 2004 EV Online Sessions
http://www.geocities.com/tesol_evonline/

Additional presenters for EV Online:
JoAnn Miller, Consultant, miller@efltasks.net
Chris Jones, Arizona Western College, edtec2002@yahoo.com,
Vance Stevens, Petroleum Institute, Abu Dhabi, vstevens@emirates.net.ae
Elizabeth Hanson-Smith, Computers for Education/Command Performance Language Institute, ehansonsmi@yahoo.com
Nigel Caplan, Michigan State University, nigelcaplan@yahoo.com
Rebecca M. Dauer, University of Massachusetts–Amherst, rdauer@earthlink.net
Dafne Gonzalez, Universidad Simon Bolivar, Venezuela, dygonza@yahoo.com
Teresa Almeida d’Eca, Escola de Sto. Antonio, Portugal, tmvaz@mail.telepac.pt
Gary Carkin, Southern New Hampshire University, g.carkin@snhu.edu
Sandy Peters, Michigan State University, topics_esl@yahoo.com
Aiden Yeh, National Kaohsiung First University of Science and Technology, Taiwan, aidenyeh@yahoo.com
Jane Hoelker, Zayed University, Abu Dhabi, UAE, Jane.Hoelker@zu.ac.ae

 

Friday, April 2, 2004 Internet Fair:

Authoring, Tools, and Distance Education
8:30-9:30 am

Computer Station
Presenter Information

Title and Website(s)

Any

Barbara Siennicki
barbara.siennicki@ubc.ca
Andrew Scales
Sarah ter Keurs
English Language Institute
University of British Columbia

Advanced English Language Teaching Online
http://www.eli.ubc.ca
PC Vino Reardon
Applied English Center
University of Kansas
vino@ku.edu
Using screen capture to submit Internet homework results
http://www.aec.ku.edu/leo
PC Andrew Bowman
IELC Learning Laboratory
(Wichita State University)
ielc.lab@wichita.edu
NetEnglish: A web browser for English students
http://webs.wichita.edu/ielc-lab/NetEnglish/
PC, Netscape Composer, JAVA enabled Donna Mintie
dmmintie@uci.edu
Susan Earle-Carlin
earlecar@uci.edu
University of California, Irvine
Improving Effective Business Communication with Online Tutorials
http://e3.uci.edu/programs/esl/tesolev.html
Any Teresa Almeida d’Eca
Escola EB 2,3 de Sto. Antonio – Parede (Portugal)
tmvaz@mail.telepac.pt
Let’s Blog!
http://www.malhatlantica.pt/teresadeca/papers/tesol2004/if04-blog7.htm
http://www.malhatlantica.pt/teresadeca/school/blog7.htm
Any Silvio Avendano
UMBC (The University of Maryland, Baltimore County)
savend1@umbc.edu
An online model for enhancing EFL professional development
http://userpages.umbc.edu/~savend1/
http://blackboard.umbc.edu
MAC Ishbel Galloway
Simon Fraser University
igallowa@sfu.ca
Developing Internet literacy for college bound NNS students
http://www.sfu.ca/~igallowa/weblit.html
PC Tom Robb
Kyoto Sangyo University
trobb@cc.kyoto-su.ac.jp
The web-based Student List Project for E-mail exchange
http://sl-lists.net
Any software that creates MP3 voice files, microphone Jane McNabb
Georgia State University
esljfmx@langate.gsu.edu
Emailing MP3 files for Oral Journaling
Any Larry Kelly
Charles Kelly

Aichi Institute of Technology
www.manythings.org: What’s New (2003-2004)
http://aitech.ac.jp/~ckelly/esl/conference2004/
http://www.manythings.org/

Saturday, April 3, 2004 Internet Fair:

Internet Resources, Teacher Training
8:30-9:30 am

Computer Station
Presenter Information

Title and Website(s)

PC Leila May-Landy
lmm5@columbia.edu
Hyung Kune Shim
hks21@columbia.edu
Columbia University
Electronic scaffolds for challenging Internet resources
Any – see submission Maureen Cody
University of Pennsylvania
codym@dolphin.upenn.edu
Card games: A fun way to provide internet conversation practice
Any-prefer PC Christina Jones
Arizona Western College
cjones@azwestern.edu
Create your own course web site with HTML
http://www.azwestern.edu/modern_lang/esl/cjones/esl_internet/
PC Ari Sherris
Center for Applied Linguistics
ari@cal.org
Using Video and the Sheltered Instruction Observation Protocol (SIOP)
http://www.cal.org
http://www2.wcer.wisc.edu/Transana/
Mac, RealOne Player Elizabeth Hanson-Smith
Command Performance Language Institute Computers for Education
ehansonsmi@yahoo.com
A Community of Practice using Video on the Internet
http://groups.yahoo.com/group/Real_English_Online
http://www.real-english.com
Any Nicolas Gromik
Tohoku University, Sendai, Japan
free_frog@hotmail.com
Dfilm.com in the ESL classroom; a Japanese perspective
http://www.dfilm.com
Any Timothy Healy
American Cultural Exchange and Bellevue Community College
tohealy@earthlink.net
Teaching ESL writing through website publishing
http://myhome.spu.edu/healyt/rw438/reviews.html
http://myhome.spu.edu/healyt/ACE%20RW%202%20Spring%2003/rw2-03-04index.html#home
PC Lyra Riabov
Southern New Hampshire University
l.riabov@snhu.edu
Student-Created Web-Based E-Portfolios
http://acadweb.snhu.edu/riabov_lyra/TESOL_2004_Demo_Internet_Fair.htm
http://acadweb.snhu.edu/riabov_lyra/CALL_Projects.htm
Any Susan Gaer
Santa Ana College School of Continuing Education
gaer_susan@sac.edu
Using Webpage Projects in the Classroom
http://www.otan.dni.us/webfarm/emailproject/email.htm
http://www.susangaer.com
Any Malika Lyon
Applied English Center
University of Kansas
malika@ku.edu
TrackStar – a free Internet tool for teachers
http://trackstar.hprtec.org/
http://trackstar.hprtec.org/main/track_frames.php3?track_id=56633&nocache=1012080738

 

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