From all the great nominations we have received from Lexiophiles readers and bab.la users, we have compiled a list of 100 Language Blogs in the category Language Technology. These blogs represent a great cross-section of experiences, written people all over the world. We hope you enjoy reading and also learning from them!
Nominations are over so take a look through the nominated list, choose your favorite blogs and vote for them here. You can vote for one blog per category. There are blogs in several languages, such as English, German, Polish, Portuguese, Japanese, Spanish, Swedish, French and Italian.
CT Educational Technology & Information Literacy – The purpose of this BLOG is to maintain a dialogue with EETT grantees, post updates for Connecticut Educational Technology and Information Literacy initiatives and to offer links that will support educational technology integration thoughout the curriculum. (English)
E-Learning Queen – E-Learning Queen focuses on distance training and education, from instructional design to e-learning and mobile solutions, and pays attention to psychological, social, and cultural factors. The edublog emphasizes real-world e-learning issues and appropriate uses of emerging technologies. Who is the Queen? You are, dear reader. Susan Smith Nash is the Queen’s assistant. (English)
ICT for Language Teachers – This is a blog related to the ICT4LT website at http://www.ict4lt.org It aims to encourage feedback on the ICT4LT site in particular and the use of ICT in language learning and teaching in general. (English)
iLearn Technology – An edublog dedicated to providing teachers with free, easy to use, and practical technology resources that will increase student learning and motivation in the classroom. (English)
JoeWoodOnline – Joe Dale offers practical tips and advice on using ICT to enhance the teaching of modern foreign languages. (English)
Language Lab Unleashed! – LLU was started in 2005 as a place for language teachers and technologists (K-16 and beyond) from around the world to come together and discuss current practices and suggest ways to improve teaching and learning languages in the 21st century. LLU is a blog but it also hosts skypecasts, podcasts, SL meetups and other ways to explore the tools we can use for teaching. (English)
Reflections on Teaching – The author uses this blog as a place for her to reflect on best practices, and the practices she’s (trying to) putting in place in her classroom.” (English)
Réseaux Education FLE Langues – Blog covering both old and new Internet resources for learners and teachers of English. Not only reviews and presentations, but also advice on how to get the most out of it. (French)
SprachenNetz – Information, news and links about online language learning. (German)
Sprachnet – Media-based learning in foreign languages, including podcasts and videos. (German)
Stephen’s Web – “I work for the National Research Council, Institute for Information Technology, in Moncton, New Brunswick, Canada. I specialize in online learning, content syndication, and new media.” (English)
Steve Hargadon – K-12 Educational Technology: Web 2.0, Free and Open Source Software, and the Future of Education. (English)
Teach42 – Education and Technology. Looking att different tools to use and how to use them, by Steve Dembo. (English)