Writing for Digital (IATEFL’s MaWSIG Pre Conference Event)

On Tuesday 1st April IATEFL’s Materials Writing Special Interest Group (MaWSIG) will hold its first ever Pre-Conference Event at IATEFL’s yearly international conference.

It’s going to be a really hands-on and interesting day discussing the latest thinking on Writing for Digital. Guest speakers are: Lucy Norris, Jeremy Day, Kath Bilsborough and Laurie Harrison.

As ELT publishing continues its move into the digital era, the skills required of materials writers and teachers are changing. Key questions that we will be addressing include: ‘What current technology trends in publishing are having the biggest effect on ELT, and what future trends should we be on the look-out for?’ and ‘How does writing for digital really differ to writing for print?’

If you are interested in being part of this day you can buy your tickets from IATEFL – you don’t have to be a member to come along!

emc design are sending Sophie along for the whole week, so if you are interested in finding out about how we can help you create stunning elt content, drop Sophie an email (sophie@emcdesign.org.uk) to arrange a time to meet during the conference.

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