Watch lots from IATEFL online and for FREE

The following is a message from IATEFL about online coverage of their annual conference:

Dear Colleagues,
This year’s IATEFL Conference takes place next week – from 8th to 12th April – in Liverpool, UK.

…   If you can’t attend the IATEFL conference, follow it online.

The Liverpool Online website is available at:

Over the past six years, the British Council and IATEFL have worked together to offer free online coverage of the Annual IATEFL Conference. Liverpool Online offers comprehensive video coverage including the chance to watch the plenaries live as well as streamed video presentations, workshops and interviews. Our coverage is brought to you live from Liverpool.

As well as our video coverage, there are discussion forums and accounts of conference sessions written by a team of roving reporters.

Last year over 80,000 teachers from 160 countries watched our live coverage – this year we are hoping for even more.

Help us promote Liverpool Online to your TA members:
We have a selection of Liverpool Online promotional banners which we would like you to feature on your TA website, blog or e-newsletter. The banners are available at:

For updates, follow Liverpool Online on twitter @iateflonline
The official hashtag for the event is #IATEFL
Many thanks in advance for your support

Liverpool Online Team

I speak personally when I say that IATEFL is a really worthwhile event, bringing together language teaching professionals from all over the world. While only some of the talks and workshops address ESOL teaching explicitely, many of the ideas shared are equally applicable in our own variety of English language teaching.
Hope to see you online!!
NATECLA London Media and Communications Officer

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