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One-size fits one: Incorporating technology into ESP courses

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InterSection: ESPIS with VDMIS and CALL-IS 


One size fits one:

Incorporating technology

into ESP courses



InterSection: ESPIS with VDMIS and CALL-IS:

One size fits one: Incorporating technology into ESP courses


Friday, April 8, 2016, 1:00 - 2:45 pm EST.


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Time  Presenter  Title  Summary  Links to materials 
  Christine Sabieh
    TESOL 2016 ESP - CALLIS Panel - christine sabieh.pptx  
  Suzi Lee      TESOL_2016_ESP_CALLIS_Suzi_Lee.pptx  


Presenter Bios: 

Dr. Christine Sabieh, Professor at Notre Dame University, is an American who lives in Lebanon. Through her teaching, administrative posts, and research, she keeps up her interest in Language teaching, Educational Technology and Educational Psychology. An advocate of CAL and a Certified On-Line Instructor/Trainer, she does education consultancy, workshops, publishes, and participates in conferences on a national, regional and international level. She is a member of TESOL, serving as a CALL-IS Steering Committee member, and has been an active contributor to TESOL Arabia activities and publications and serves as Testing SIG member-at-large Committee member.  
Marvin D. Hoffland is a Senior Lecturer of English at the Carinthia University of Applied Sciences, Department of Engineering and IT. He has taught and developed ESP/EFL courses in business, medical, and technical English since 2002. He has a MS in Economics and a BA in German and Economics. 

Suzi Lee is a Lecturer and Instructional Designer at the Georgia Tech Language Institute. She has been developing online courses for the Language Institute and is currently working on several MOOCs in business English. She has experience in all aspects of online course development and specializes in production and post-production of videos. She also has over 10 years teaching experience in IEP and ESP courses in the US, Canada, the UK and South Korea.  Suzi has a MA in Applied Linguistics, a MA in Design Futures, and a BFA in Graphic Design.











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