A message to all IATEFL Glasgow Presenters
Dear all Glasgow IATEFL Presenters,
We hoping that this year the online conference coverage – Glasgow Online - will be even more successful than in previous years.
The IATEFL Online Project has grown over the last six years and its success is largely due to the role of the conference presenters who are willing to share their materials and ideas with teachers and educators all over the world.
The IATEFL Online Project aims to provide teachers worldwide with an opportunity to get a taste of the Annual IATEFL Conference. Glasgow Online provides a platform where those who are presenting at the conference can extend their audience and network beyond the physical audience in Glasgow to a much wider global audience.
Those unable to attend the IATEFL Conference really do appreciate the sharing of ideas with colleagues before, during and after the conference.
As a presenter, you have a vital role in the Glasgow Online project.
First, we are inviting all the Glasgow Conference presenters to upload their presentations (abstract, PowerPoint presentations, handouts, etc.) to the Glasgow Online website.
Each session will have its own unique webpage here on the Glasgow Online website. Users will be able to post comments on each session which will allow you – the presenters - to interact with online delegates via your own session page.
If you're presenting at Glasgow IATEFL, you should have received instructions on how to create your own session page and how to upload your materials.
If you have any question, please let us know.
Glasgow Online Team