Wednesday, 22 June 2016

Join us on Twitter for a chat about the Master of Arts in Digital Technologies for Language Teaching programme #dt4lt

Do you want to advance your career or are you looking for a career change? Are you looking for a masters degree program that can fit into your busy schedule? Are you looking for something to broaden your knowledge and hone your skills on language teaching?

We invite you to our Questions & Answers (Q&A) sessions on Twitter where you will have the opportunity to discuss your questions about studying online for the Master of Arts in Digital Technologies for Language Teaching of the University of Nottingham and get answers from a team of tutors and students.

Join us on Twitter using the #dt4lt hashtag on Monday 18th July from 11-12 am (check your time zone) and on Wednesday 20th July 2016 from 3-4 pm (UK time) (check your time zone).

Looking forward to e-see you!

Thursday, 16 June 2016

And the winners of the Language Learning Lesson Plan Competition are…

We would like to thank all teachers who took part in our 2nd Language Learning Lesson Plan Competition. We had some truly great lesson plans submitted and it was quite difficult to pick the winners. So, congratulations not only to the winners but to all entrants!
The three winners are:
1st winner: Dimitra Theodosiadou
2nd winner: Emanuela Leto
3rd winner: Zoe Theodosaki
Their lesson plans can be viewed and downloaded at the following link:
or at:

Each winner will receive a certificate of achievement, an Amazon voucher and a number of Sanako Study Solo Licences.

Stay tuned to our Facebook page ( and keep following us on Twitter (@dt4lt) for more news about the Lesson Plan Competition and new events!

Monday, 6 June 2016

Guidelines for successful telecollaboration - Robert Martinez

What are the guidelines for developing a successful telecollaborative project? And, what are the potential hurdles? Such questions are answered in the wiki of the "Telecollaboration in Language Learning" module:

The wiki currently contains the work of one of the students in the module, Robert Martinez, but it will be populated with more content in the future from future student assignments.