Participating in the Culture of the Internet*


Claire Bradin Siskin 
University of Pittsburgh

General resources:

The Internet for ESL Teachers

Synchronous and Asynchronous Uses of the Internet

The Internet TESOL Journal



Intercultural Email Classroom Connections

ESL : Penpals and Communicating with Others

E-Mail Keypals for Language Fluency by Thomas Robb



TESL-L Discussion List

Student List Project

International Student Discussion Lists (SL-LISTS) Guidelines for Teachers

Netiquette by Deborah Healey


Webheads in Action by Vance Stevens

Webheads in Action Web Pages by Teresa Almeida Eça

Printed references:

Boswood, Tim. (Ed.) (1997). New Ways of Using Computers in Language Teaching. Alexandria, VA: TESOL Publications.
Warschauer, Mark (2002). A developmental perspective on technology in language education. TESOL Quarterly, 36(3), 453-475.
Warschauer, Mark, Heidi Shetzer and Christine Meloni.(2000). Internet for English Teaching. Alexandria, VA: TESOL Publications.
Woodin, J. (1997). Email tandem learning and the communicative curriculum. ReCALL Journal, 9, 1. 22-33.

Presentation given at the Three Rivers TESOL Conference on October 30, 2004, at the University of Pittsburgh

Last modified: July 9, 2006

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