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Going Mobile-First

Some of my colleagues recently faced the challenge of making a course available on iPads, despite the fact that our LMS isn’t quite mobile friendly yet. 485 more words


How to bluff your way through the changes affecting English language teaching!

Andrew Dilger and Sophie Rogers, former English language teachers, are part of the Professional Development team at Oxford University Press. In this tongue-in-cheek post, they consider some of the issues that any self-respecting ‘bluffer’ should be looking at over the long summer break. 1,066 more words

Professional Development

This isn’t about the apps … but it really is about the apps.

My kids love the iPad. My boys are five and three. Throughout the year we have drip-fed them with what I thought was iPad goodness. You see, when I first took the iPad home I trawled the Internet like a demon to try and find the best “Educational games” or “Educational apps”. 874 more words


Am I a Dinosaur?

Am I a Dinosaur?

I am clearly bursting out of the Jurassic Era because I am writing my first blog albeit shared between two colleagues, at this stage, with the hope that at some stage this story will become remarkable. 882 more words


Is mLearning Causing Learner Fatigue?

This concept came up in a conversation I had yesterday with Peter Ranzino, President of Learning Sciences Corporation. He used this phrase – Learner Fatigue… 1,213 more words

Performer Support

Blended and cooperative learning in EAP

Stacey Hughes, a teacher trainer in the Professional Development team at Oxford University Press, offers some practical ideas for blended learning in EAP.

Although the idea of blended learning is not new, most people now associate it with including computer or tablet and internet use in the classroom. 801 more words

Adults / Young Adults