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I haven't been posting so much here lately, considering the impending demise of not just this group but all Google+ Communities. But Learning2gether surpassed its 400th podcast recently,

Meanwhile I wonder if you could help me inform presentations I am giving at TESOL in Atlanta and PELLTA in Malaysia this March and April.

I wonder if you would participate in a survey of how educators view their perceptions of how effectively social media is used to promote learning with students and with each other. The survey is available here:

There are 22 questions in 4 sections. Ten are checklist or yes/no questions and ten request your opinions on a 5 point Likert scale (agree/disagree). The other two ask for a few words in response to what social media tools you prefer to work with students or when working with peers in personal learning environments. It is expected that respondents can complete the questionnaire in 10-12 minutes.

Responses are anonymous. The results will be used in presentations at conferences this year about the role of social media in language learning, but all educators are welcome to respond.

I would be very grateful if you can take a few minutes to respond to the survey. Please feel free to share the link to the survey with your educator colleagues.

Hello, Everyone. I am new in this community and I would like to have some recommendations about blogs and websites to use in my classes.

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#Learning2gether episodes 395 and 396 were archives and recordings of ‘Gamifying Teacher Professional Development through Minecraft MOOC’ presented in November at WorldCALL 2018 in Concepción, Chile.

In January we'll be back with EVO Minecraft MOOC for 2019 #evomc19. Electronic Village Online are gearing up now for the next round of EVO sessions #evosessions Jan 13 thru Feb 17. Registration starts Jan 7, and is free and open to all.

Visit the EVO 2019 Call for Participation at for links to all 16 sessions offered at the start of the new year. All are welcome.

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Learning2gether episode 394 will take place Fri Oct 19 0530 UTC when Vance Stevens connects with Hossein Vakili's class of ELT teachers in Tehran

Hossein has asked Vance to present at a web conference for his teachers and colleagues at Raja Language Institute in Tehran and speak to them about learner autonomy, which Vance suggests has to start out with teachers themselves becoming autonomous learners.

Participants can read beforehand:

Stevens, Vance. (2007). The Multiliterate Autonomous Learner: Teacher Attitudes and the Inculcation of Strategies for Lifelong Learning. Independence, Winter 2007 (Issue 42) . Available: VanceStevens_multiliterateAutonomousLearner.pdf

Associated slides are posted here:

This is not a top down presentation; it is meant to be a conversation. Hossein's students are to read / review Vance’s materials and be prepared to ask questions in order to hold a conversation with the invited speaker (15 min). Online participants in the event will then be invited to speak to Hossein and his students about their view of online facilitation (15 min).

The event will take place in Zoom,

The conversation will be recorded and posted to YouTube. By attending, you implicitly agree to being recorded.

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English through Drama launches its 7th iteration through SHELTA:

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Dear colleagues,

Please consider submitting a proposal for the Electronic Village Online (EVO) and disseminate this CFP to your professional networks:

With sincere appreciation,
Christine Bauer-Ramazani on behalf of the EVO Coordination Team

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Learning2gether episode 393 will begin at 1400 UTC on Sunday, Apr 29 as part of the Apr 27-29 10th Virtual Round Table and 9th vLanguages-SLanguages Web Conference. You can search for our presentation "Preparing Teachers to Engage Learners with EVO Minecraft MOOC" in the #vrtwebcon program here:

We will be warping and teleporting to various interesting sites on our Minecraft server. During the event, you can join us in Minecraft if you are whitelisted there, or watch the tour and chat with us at the Adobe presentation venue,; or you can watch the livestream on

Our presentation is followed at 15:30 UTC by a Workshop on How to build in Minecraft. It's free but places are limited, so you need to register at You need to have a Mojang login to participate hands-on at the server.

For more information on just this #evomc18 event visit

Or, as this event moves up in the queue find the next #learning2gether event listed at

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#learning2gether episode #391 on April 20, 2018, will be a continuation of the traditional Earth Day series with a visit with Sheila Adams's 7th grade students at Rye Junior High School, Rye, New Hampshire, USA. All are welcome to drop in at any time from 1230 UTC onwards, for 4 hours, at, where you can listen to the stream and interact in the text chat at More details, including background publications stretching back years and time where you are, at

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EVO Minecraft MOOC is in TESOL Chicago, where +Jeff Kuhn, +Jane Chien, +Aaron Schwartz, and Vance Stevens will be streaming as #learning2gether episode 360 from #TESOL2018 on March 28 from 1500 UTC, thanks to #evomc18 participant Heike Philp, in Adobe Connect. You can view the stream live at

Shooting the QR code in the handout at, takes you to for more information. You can find further information on this and all other #learning2gether events at

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The EVO team is in TESOL Chicago, where on March 28 from 1530 UTC Vance Stevens, +Martha Ramirez, and +Diana K. Salazar will be on-site streaming IN other EVO moderators and coordinators +Nellie Deutsch - Ed.D, +mbarek akaddar, +Carrie Terry, +Maha Hassan, +daniela martino, and +Julie Kacmaz --- while streaming OUT the Best of EVO, live as a #TESOL2018 #CALL-IS webcast event.

You can tune in and view the stream at this link

Shooting the QR code from our on-site handout at takes you to the expanded version with full program details at

You can find further information on this event, #learning2gether episode 361 at Join us online if you can.
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