About Me

I teach in the American Language Program at The Ohio State University. This blog is a place where I will compile interesting technologies that are directly (or, sometimes, very indirectly) related to teaching ESL (English as a Second Language).

Needless to say, everything posted on this blog is only my opinion and does not necessarily reflect the opinions of anyone else I work with or for.

I am also an editor of Ohio TESOL Journal, an avid do-it-yourselfer and maker, and a hockey fan. Feel free to suggest something I’ve missed and / or comment on what you see.  Or, feel free to email me: hill dot 880 at osu dot edu.

8 responses to “About Me

  1. Hi!

    I linked this info to a recent post on my blog – you have a lot of great insight on Technology and ESL education.

    Looking forward to reading more!

  2. Dear Blogger,

    you are nominated for the “Top 100 Language Blogs 2009″ competition. Congratulations! After last year’s success the bab.la language portal and Lexiophiles language blog are hosting this year’s worldwide language blog competition once again. We are confident to surpass more than the 350 blogs which entered the competition in 2008.

    We have made two major changes to last year:

    1. Due to the amount of blogs we have created categories.
    (Language Learning/Language Teaching/Language Technology/
    Language Professionals)
    You are in category Language Technology
    2. User voting will count 50% towards final score

    Voting will start on July 8, leaving you enough time to prepare your readers for the upcoming voting. Voting will close on July 27 and the winners will be announced on July 30.

    For more information on the 2009 competition and what it is all about visit [http://www.lexiophiles.com/english/top-100-language-blogs-2009-nomination-started]
    So now you may ask yourself what you can do. Here are some suggestions

    -Nominations are open until July 6, so feel free to share any blog you like with us
    -Each blog will have a one-sentence-description for the voting. If you would like a special description to go along with your blog, just send me an email [marc@bab.la]

    Kind regards,
    Marc
    On behalf of the bab.la and Lexiophiles team
    [http://bab.la]
    [www.lexiophiles.com]

    Marc Lütten

    bab.la GmbH | Baumwall 7 | 20459 Hamburg | Germany
    Phone: +49(0)40-707080950 http://bab.la/
    Handelsregister AG Hamburg | HRB 101207
    Geschaftsführer: Dr. Andreas Schroeter, Dr. Thomas Schroeter, Patrick Uecker

  3. aulintacruz

    You are definitely on top of things. I will suscribe.
    -Francisco Nieto
    Bilingual teacher and ios developer (Oakland, CA)

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  5. Anahi

    I don’t know how I came across your blog but I love all the info you share. I am going through your archives and working my way back to the present. I am a fan!

  6. I just came across this website. Good stuff. I’m an IELTS teacher and I’m starting to implement some technology in my teaching. Would be going through this site. Cheers!

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