This course is an in-depth exploration of the effective, impactful use of digital technology in language learning. It draws on the latest thinking around Second Language Acquisition (SLA), leading-edge digital teaching frameworks developed by Cambridge English, and the learner-centred approach of ELTjam's Learner Experience Design methodology.
This course is ideal for you if you want to deepen your understanding of how digital technologies could (and should) be applied to enhance the teaching and learning of English.
"The course is wonderful. I haven't seen anything like this anywhere."
– Danielle Sales, Freelance ELT editor, post-graduate in Education and Distance Learning
"The course gives a very good overview of what we should think about when being involved in EdTech."
– Eugenia Suntsova, Methodologist, Edwin Technology Corp
"I believe it's vitally important for our ELT Team to understand this topic as we start to take our organisation into the future."
– Chrissy Eland, Design Manager, ELT, Oxford University Press
"A very useful, clear and thought-provoking introduction and would resonate with many of my colleagues – it's the type of course my editorial team would benefit from (and have asked for)."
– Jennifer Murray, Publisher: Exams & Adults, Cambridge University Press
Nick is one of the founders of ELTjam. Nick has worked in ELT publishing since 2004, as a Marketer, Editor, and Brand Manager at Cambridge University Press; as Publishing Manager of English360; and as a freelance ELT project manager, content developer, author, trainer and conference speaker. In 2012, he founded the world’s first ELT author representation agency. He is the Co-founder of the IATEFL Materials Writing Special Interest Group (MaWSIG). He co-founded ELTjam in 2013, and spends his time training publishers and language schools on digital skills, developing digital products and researching the topic of learner experience design (LXD).