The article by Warschauer giving an overview of the history of CALL
Warschauer, M. (2000). The death of cyberspace and the rebirth of CALL. English Teachers' Journal, 53, 61-67.
New Technologies in ELT - wiki
This is a wiki which can be used to explore the concept of wikis in education (as well as blogs and WebQuests).
To BJUT teachers - your impressions of Webquests have now been summarised - have a look and see if you agree. If not, edit the page!
This is the main WebQuest page for the originators of the concept. From here you can find WebQuests on hundreds of topics and links to a guide to make your own
This tool allows you to display text in new and interesting ways
This website lists 47 ways that wordles can be used to teach
Web 2.0 and beyond
These Youtube videos are about Web 2.0 - they explain how technology is changing society - and perhaps changing us?!
The Machine is Us/ing Us A video made by an anthropology professor - very well thought out.
This is a good explanatory video about Web 2.0
This is a YouTube video which explains what Web 3.0 might look like
This video is of a video with a senior executive in Intel “One year on the internet is equal to ten years of traditional media” Sean Maloney – CMO of Intel 2007
Why are WebQuests still useful in 2010? This blog discusses how they can be used in Web 2.0
This link takes you to a document put in SCRIBD by Graham Stanley which describes how to go into Second Life and reach the British Council Island