ELT in the Digital Age is taught by ELTjam's Nick Robinson and features exclusive bonus content from Scott Thornbury and Professor Rose Luckin.
All courses on the ELTjam Academy reference the categories they cover from the Cambridge English Digital Framework for Language Teachers. This course relates to The Digital World and The Digital Classroom.
"ELT in the Digital Age is a super-informative little course. For those in the business who are looking to transition to digital (or those who’ve recently done so!), it provides essential background combined with pointers about what to do next. Practical analysis and support of this kind has long been lacking in ELT and it’s reassuring to know this gap has now been filled."
- Andrew Dilger, Managing Editor, ELT, Oxford University Press
"Congratulations to the entire ELTjam team for creating this course, and for providing a space for the ELT community to gather around, learn, and join the conversation about the evolution of our field of education!"
- Hugo Loyola, President, ALTA English Publishers
"I found this course extremely useful, relevant and up to date. The content was clearly presented, pleasant to follow and the pre-watching questions helped me focus on the most important points. I also have to mention that the links and readings they suggested were exactly what was needed to further explore the theme – I’ll certainly follow some of those blogs and authors I didn’t know. Thank you, ELTjam, for an excellent course!"
- Maria Lucia, Freelance author, course designer and materials writer
ELTjam was founded in 2013 to champion the free exchange of expertise, skills and innovative ideas between ELT professionals. We love to help people build digital products that deliver amazing learning experiences. We work with many of the best-known ELT publishers and learning organisations on product design, research, digital training, content development and project outsourcing.
Anyone in ELT who needs a basic understanding of how digital trends are affecting our industry and what that means for teachers, schools and publishers.