This informal webinar with ANVILL Project Manager, Jeff Magoto, is aimed at those new to ANVILL. It discusses the background of the software and several use cases. Each of the core speech tools is explained and illustrated: Voiceboard, TCast, the Media templates, and Quizzes and Surveys.
The audience for this was participants in an online class for EFL teachers, offered by the American English Institute's eLearning Program.
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Sponsored by the U.S. State Department's E-Teacher Scholarship Program, the University of Oregon's American English Institute offers online professional development to more than 1500 EFL teachers around the world annually.
Over the past 4 years we've tried to learn from ANVILL-using teachers: the wide range of materials and lessons they create, the different uses and strategies they employ for media-based materials, the tools that seem to matter most, and, of course, their level of satisfaciton with ANVILL.
It's always gratifying (and humbling) when we get to share ANVILL with colleagues around the world.
This term the University of Oregon's American English Institute is offering 3 sections of Building Teaching Skills through the Interactive Web to 75 EFL educators in more than 25 different countries. The team teaching the course invited ANVILL Project Manager, Jeff Magoto, to introduce how ANVILL is being used internationally.
At the end of March ANVILL project manager Jeff Magoto and his Yamada Language Center colleagues Bené Santos and Sarah Foroughifar gave a four-hour workshop on Authoring with ANVILL at the annual TESOL conference in Philadelphia.
ANVILL Project Manager Jeff Magoto recently did a webcast on Authoring with ANVILL for participants at the Educause West/Southwest Regional Conference in Portland, Oregon. This presentation focuses on ANVILL's tools for creating a variety of speech-based tasks.
For a week in November, ANVILL project manager Jeff Magoto got to work with 50 EFL teachers from around the world participating in the University of Oregon's online course Building Teaching Skills Through the Interactive Web.
ANVILL is featured in this month's edition of IT Connections, an online and print publication of the University of Oregon's Information Services department. In addition, ANVILL project manager Jeff Magoto has a short article about the possibilities for lesson authoring and language exchanges using ANVILL in the most recent ATJO newsletter (Association for Teachers of Japanese in Oregon), p. 10-13.
ANVILL gives your students a platform for speech-based activities that go well beyond the classroom. Today's session will focus on what language instructors do to make those exchanges meaningful and lasting. Our guests will be, Melanie Williams, Senior Instructor of French at the University of Oregon, and Kazuko Page, head of the Japanese Language and Cultural Studies Program at Grant High School in Portland, OR.
The end of August means that schools are starting up once again across North America. We want to welcome back teachers and students who've used ANVILL in the past and extend warm wishes to those who may be using it for the first time.