Calling all ELT Bloggers


Becoming a Birmingham IATEFL Online Registered Blogger

For the fifth year, the British Council is inviting all ELT bloggers interested in reporting on this year's Annual IATEFL Conference to become an 'IATEFL Online Registered Blogger'.

You don’t have to be attending the IATEFL Conference in Birmingham to be a registered blogger - in fact, we want to encourage bloggers to 'attend virtually' (or follow our online coverage) and share their experience with other teachers from around the world.

What it involves:
An IATEFL Birmingham Online Registered Blogger will be expected to write 2 or 3 blog posts - (or more if you like!) during the conference about the
video content (streamed or recorded interviews or video sessions) published on the IATEFL Online site:

What you get in return
* Your name/blog listed as 'Birmingham IATEFL Online Registered Blogger' on the IATEFL Online site
* The ability to embed exclusive video content from IATEFL Online on your blog
* A special 'Birmingham Online Registered Blogger' badge/banner for your blog

What we need from you
- Let us know you're interested by sending an email to
Include the following details:  Blog name / Blog URL / Name of Blogger or Bloggers and a twitter handle / a short description of the blog

 [**Please note: The approval of your account can take up to 48 hrs as this is done manually. We apologise in advance for any delay in approving registration requests.**]