Randall Davis will discuss the development of his online listening lab. Discussion will focus on the rationale and methodology behind it, the various language learning activities for classroom and self-access learning, and future implications for others embarking on similar projects.
Elaine Hoter will present her model for teaching future ESL/EFL teachers how to integrate the Internet in their lessons. Discussion will be focused on some of the pedagogical considerations behind the rationale where teacher trainees are mentors for pupils of EFL and teach through the Internet.
Charles Kelly will show some Web pages to illustrate some key points on developing successful online materials.
Dennis Oliver will present background information on creation of online learning modules. The remarks will focus on problems and solutions involved with developing concepts, selecting content, and creating and posting material.
Dave Sperling will discuss the development and evolution of his interactive Web site.
Ruth Vilmi will show how her International Writing Exchange (IWE) has developed since 1993. The IWE can be used as part of a classroom course or as a complete distance learning course. She will demonstrate one module of the IWE, with samples of students' writing, together with Web-based editing, peer feedback and students' portfolios of work done for the taught course.