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What is eType? | - 0 views

  • Who
    Wanna type faster and with more confidence? Who doesn’t? eType is for you!
  • When
    eType recently launched its beta and wants you to be a part of it! Click here and join eTypes beta now! eTypes beta will be released to the public July 2010 with six available languages and will support virtually any language in the world by the end of the year.
  • Where
    eType works in full integration with almost every program, browser and Web site, including Microsoft Word, Outlook, Gmail, ICQ, Windows Messenger, LinkedIn, Facebook and Twitter to name a few. For a complete list of compatible programs and sites, click here.
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  • Why
    eType offers you translations to words in your native language so you can be sure you are choosing the right word at the right time. eType serves not only as a dictionary for individuals to utilize, but as a dictionary for everybody who uses eType to benefit from. Contributions are gathered from global users all over the world and are centralized in one common dictionary.
  • How
    eType supplies you with high probability word suggestions while you type to help you choose the word you are most likely looking for while providing you with translations in dozens of languages. eType allows you to focus on expressing your ideas in the best manner possible without having to open additional applications or software. You may make automatic contributions to the eType dictionary without ever having to stray away from your writing.
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    eType is your online multi-language dictionary with translations and word substitutes to virtually any language in the world. eType is your writing guide that auto-completes your words as you type them, enabling you to type faster and boost your level of confidence in your writing. eType prevents you from making spelling mistakes before they happen and helps you select the best word choice possible - even if you are not writing in your native language.
Nik Peachey

1 Week workshop: Easy Web 2.0 tools that you can use in your classroom - 0 views

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    "Over the course of this event we will be looking at a small range of web based tools that will enable you to create motivating online language learning activities for your students.

    These can be used either in class or set as homework. You will have the chance to understand how these tools work, find out how to use them with students and be able to try your hand at creating and sharing activities with other teachers.

    By the end of the event you should have a small 'toolkit' of resources and ideas that will enable you to enhance your lessons though the effective and pedagogically sound use of technology."
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    Over the course of this event we will be looking at a small range of web based tools that will enable you to create motivating online language learning activities for your students.

    These can be used either in class or set as homework. You will have the chance to understand how these tools work, find out how to use them with students and be able to try your hand at creating and sharing activities with other teachers.

    By the end of the event you should have a small 'toolkit' of resources and ideas that will enable you to enhance your lessons though the effective and pedagogically sound use of technology.
Brett Fyfield

eLearn: Feature Article - 0 views

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    Stephen Downes from the National Research Council of Canada writes about the current state of e-learning and how the n-gen (digital natives) are demanding new approaches to learning. Stephen looks towards future trends and new approaches to learning from
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