Top 100 Language Blogs 2009 – Nominated Blogs: Language Technology

This is a list of all the blogs that have been nominated for the category Language Technology. After pre-screening, 100 of the nominated blogs were admitted to the voting phase (you will find more details on the process here). Each admitted blog has a ‘vote’ button atttached to its name. Click on vote to cast your vote for your favourite blog!

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PLEASE NOTE: Each category features ALL nominated blogs. Only 100 of these blogs are admitted to the voting phase.

Nominated blogs for category Language Technology

  • 25 letters in the alphabetExploring the effects of Web2.0 on the english language (Vote)
  • 2c WorthTeaching & Learning in the new informatio landscape (Vote)
  • 528 Digital LearningI am excited to be involved both in education and with integrating digital tools into the classroom. (Vote)
  • Adult Education MattersWe share to impart, impact, improve, and empower. (Vote)
  • adVancEducationBlog on the use of new technologies in education. Featuring reviews, where-to-find and how-best-to-use articles. (Vote)
  • Alan November WeblogAlan’s blog taps directly into conversations he is having with audiences worldwide. Used primarily as a tool for questions and discussions that arise during his presentations, the range and thoughtfulness of the responses on this blog can be insightful. (Vote)
  • always learningTeaching technology abroad (Vote)
  • anggarrgoonBardi on the Web (Vote)
  • Arnaba’s WeblogDaF und Web2.0 – Lehrmittelsammlung. German blog with a collection of tools for learning German as a second language. (Vote)
  • Aspiring PolyglotAdventures in language learning (Vote)
  • auf gut DeutschThis blog acts as an aggregator of Web2.0 tools and a variety of materials. Includes views and reviews as well as how to get the most out of it. (Vote)
  • Betchablogeducation + technology + ideas (Vote)
  • Beth’s Thoughts on Technology in the ClassroomThis blog focuses on education, technology and learning. (Vote)
  • Betty OnlineBetty Gilgoff is an Inservice Faculty Associate for Field Programs at Simon Fraser University. (Vote)
  • Bite Sized EnglishBite Sized English specializes in helping you practice and perfect the English you worked so hard to learn. (Vote)
  • blog of proximal developmentblog of proximal development (Vote)
  • BLOG-EFLObservations on the use of Web 2.0 tools for English Language Teaching & Learning (Vote)
  • BlogosNews and views on language and technology (Vote)
  • Box of tricksTechnology and Education (Vote)
  • Bright ideas for educationBright ideas for education (Vote)
  • busuu.combusuu.com is an online community for learning languages. (Vote)
  • Campus FLE éducation, le blogue de MonicaBlog about learning languages and technologies (Vote)
  • Carol’s thoughts on life, ICT and whatever comesHere you are likely to find short and possibly infrequent posts. They will most likely be linked to the use of ICT within or without of the curriculum (Vote)
  • Creating Lifelong Learnersteaching digital literacy, closing the digital divide (Vote)
  • CT Educational Technology & Information LiteracyThe 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. (Vote)
  • D’Arcy Norman dot networds are not action (Vote)
  • DaF-BlogÜber das Deutschlernen und -lehren mit und ohne Internet. (Vote)
  • dangerously irrelevantRuminations on technology, leadership, and the future of our schools (Vote)
  • Deutsch lernen und studieren in DeutschlandTipps zum Deutsch lernen und studieren in Deutschland (Vote)
  • DigitaLangTeaching Languages with Web 2.0 Technology (Vote)
  • Ed Tech ReviewTechnology for Teachers! (Vote)
  • Educación y VirtualidadAvances interdisciplinarios en materia educativa y virtual. (Vote)
  • education & techBlog covering the latest in fields of Learning, Knowledge, Tech and Social Media (Vote)
  • Education TechnologyNews, Techniques and Theories of Effective Use of Technology in Education (Vote)
  • educational technology & changeA co-operative blog journal for educational technology & change. (Vote)
  • Educational technology in ELTExperimenting with web 2.0 tools to enhance language learning (Vote)
  • eduFireLive Video Learning (Vote)
  • EFL Classroom 2.0 – Teacher Talk“When 1 teaches, 2 learn.” (Vote)
  • El taller del traductorA Spanish blog about Technology (Vote)
  • elanguagecenferece & course notes (Vote)
  • e-learning 2.0Blog personal de información especializada en formación virtual. Elaborado por Mª Dolores Capdet, Postgraduada y Doctorando en e-learning (Vote)
  • ELEARNING 3D: educación en mundos virtuales 3Deducación en mundos virtuales 3D (Vote)
  • E-Learning QueenE-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. (Vote)
  • elearnspacelearning, networks, knowledge, technology, community (Vote)
  • Emerging Internet Technologies for EducationExploring the endless possibilities for the application of internet technologies in education (Vote)
  • English Virtual CommunityA English Virtual Community online (Vote)
  • ESL TechnologyA blog about ESL technology (Vote)
  • ESOL Technologyesoltechnology.com is a comprehensive resource for ESL language instructors who are looking for effective ways to incorporate technology in their teaching. (Vote)
  • ew blogsRuminations on the electronics industry from David Manners (Vote)
  • Here Comes EverybodyKen Carroll on networks, languages, and learning 2.0 (Vote)
  • HumanFor fellow teachers… (Vote)
  • ICT for Language TeachersThis 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. (Vote)
  • iLearn TechnologyAn edublog dedicated to providing teachers with free, easy to use, and practical technology resources that will increase student learning and motivation in the classroom. (Vote)
  • Infinite Thinking Machineideas to help teachers and students thrive in the 21st century (Vote)
  • Integrating ICT into the MFL classroomJoe Dale offers practical tips and advice on using ICT to enhance the teaching of modern foreign languages. (Vote)
  • Integrating Technology into the EFL ClassIntegrating technology into the English as a foreign language face-to-face or online class (Vote)
  • IT IS ENGLISH BLOGEnglish with an IT focus. (Vote)
  • ItalianiamoAnna Begonia in Virtual Life (Vote)
  • italiansatnileTwelve energetic and enthusiastic teachers from Italy ready to share technological knowledge. (Vote)
  • Jane’s E-Learning Pick of the DayA daily item of e-learning interest selected by Jane Hart of the Centre for Learning & Performance Technologies (Vote)
  • Język angielski – Szybka nauka w internecie (English – Learning it Fast on the Internet)Blog about learning English on the Internet (Blog poświęcony szybkiej nauce języka angielskiego w internecie) (Vote)
  • JoeWoodOnlineEducation Technology for the Masses (Vote)
  • KC’s educational thoughtsThis program will better me as a teacher because it will teach me the skills to enhance the learning process by integrating technology across the curriculum for all learners. (Vote)
  • Keith’s Voice on Extreme Language LearningNatural language acquisition via the TV method (Vote)
  • 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. (Vote)
  • LangwitchesThe Magic of Learning through Technology (Vote)
  • Le petit Champignon illustréFun articles about languages and french in general (Vote)
  • Learner Evolution ~ Chris HarteLearning and Teaching in the 21st Century (Vote)
  • learning.nowAt the crossroads of Internet culture & education with host Andy Carcin (Vote)
  • Mac For TranslatorsA blog for translators working on Mac OSX (Vote)
  • Moving at the Speed of Creativitythe weblog of wesley fryer (Vote)
  • Nik’s Learning Technology BlogTips, resources and teaching materials to help EFL and ESL teachers use ICT and new technology (Vote)
  • Nik’s Quick ShoutNews, Links and Opinion on Learning, Technology, Web 2.0 and EFL, ESL (Vote)
  • Not So Distant FutureI’m a librarian at a large public suburban high school, Westlake High School, in Austin, Texas. (Vote)
  • Reflections on TeachingI use this blog as a place for me to reflect on best practices, and the practices I’m (trying to) putting in place in my classroom. (Vote)
  • Réseaux Education FLE LanguesBlog 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. (Vote)
  • Revoluminary ThoughtsOnline talk for online tutors (Vote)
  • Self Made ScholarLearn free. (Vote)
  • Serendipity35Learning and technology (Vote)
  • Stephen’s WebI 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. (Vote)
  • Steve HargadonK-12 Educational Technology: Web 2.0, Free and Open Source Software, and the Future of Education. (Vote)
  • Teach42Education and Technology. Looking att different tools to use and how to use them, by Steve Dembo (Vote)
  • Teachers Teaching TeachersA weekly webcast on the EdTechTalk channel of the WorldBridges network (Vote)
  • Teaching ESL in Ontario – The Major IssuesJust another WordPress blog (Vote)
  • Teaching in Second LifeReflections of a language teacher (Vote)
  • Tech for Teachers Web LogThis site is created for high school ESL teachers who are interested in improving the English proficiency of their students through the use of technology. (Vote)
  • The GITS Blogabout programming, translation, and Japan (Vote)
  • The JourneyOn Learning and Teaching (Vote)
  • The Learned Man!Covering research, news, and trends in instructional technology and e-Learning. (Vote)
  • The Learning Circuits BlogThe LC Blog is a community feature of Learning Circuits. It is dedicated to sharing ideas and opinions about the state of learning and technology. (Vote)
  • The Power of Educational TechnologyDemonstrating the power of technology to transform learning, energize communities and inspire innovative thinking. (Vote)
  • Translation TribulationsAn exploration of translation technologies, marketing strategies, workflow optimization, resource reviews and other topics of interest to translators, language service providers and language service consumers. (Vote)
  • Ubiquitous ThoughtsThoughts and Ideas about Teaching, Learning, and Ubiquitous Computing (Vote)
  • Un blog pour apprendre, apprendre avec un blogReflexions and artciles about blogs as learning spaces (Vote)
  • wedblogg-edlearning with the read/write web (Vote)
  • Занимательный английскийLearning English using daily technologies. (Vote)
  • Летучий PL/SQL в Oracle New teaching software for the russian market, oriented on japanese language. (Vote)
  • Самый полезный блогUse of internet resources (websites, exercises) for the reason of learning language efficiently (Vote)
  • 數位學習,學習數位Chinese Blog on Digital Learning (Vote)
  • To vote for one of these blogs find the Language Technology voting page. If your blog is amongst the 100 selected blogs, you can get you voting button here.

    Remember to check back on July 30 to find out who the winners are!

    If you have further questions or would like to contact us for feedback email marc[at]bab.la.

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