Master of Arts in Teaching (MAT)
This paper serves as an overview of the Internet and its resources available to English Language Teaching professionals. The intended audience is both instructors new to Internet technologies as well as those well versed in the Net but looking for further resources. Initial sections give the reader a brief overview of the Internet, its history, and its most prominent component parts including e-mail, mailing lists, newsgroups and chat rooms. Primary emphasis is placed on the categorizing and description of key web sites most useful to English Language instructors and administrators. Each site listing contains addresses (URLs), general site descriptions and other pertinent information about the site and its usefulness to ELT professionals.
Communication Technology and New Media | Curriculum and Instruction | Teacher Education and Professional Development
Bailey, Jack, "Internet Users’ Manual for English Language Teaching Professionals: Enjoyable Internet Understanding" (1999). MA TESOL Collection. 477.