ESL Debates is now accepting ideas for guest posts. Here are some article ideas that can be submitted:
Articles in the form of case studies, how-to guides, instructional pieces, or submissions focusing on translating research into practice that highlights practical implications and can be applied to learning settings.
Opinion pieces addressing the latest news, trends, or issues in e-learning.
Interviews with leading e-learning professionals, researchers, and academics.
Reviews of books, conferences, e-books, tutorial videos, and software related to eLearning. All reviews should present a balanced view, with recognition of both what is good and what is still lacking.
If you’re interested then send a message to themoderator [AT] esldebates.com.
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