LingoBee at ECEL 2011

Held this year at the University of Brighton, the 10th European Conference of eElearning attracted around 250 participants, and not just from Europe: Australasia, America, Asia and Africa were also well represented. The majority of papers were on core institutional elearning topics, with social networks, collaborative learning and immersive environments top of the list. We had an excellent reaction to our LingoBee demonstration,  and as usual, some great ideas were contributed, e.g. the idea of LingoBee as a Just in Time dictionary (Thanks, John K).

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