Posts Tagged ‘webinar’

  • Walking in a webinar wonderland

    Posted by on October 23, 2015

    Webinar. Now’s the time of year when I’m confronted by this word on an almost daily basis as we ramp up the final preparations for the annual Macmillan Education Online Conference. The event is now in its fifth year – and if you haven’t come across it before, it is a place where teachers across […]

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  • Join our webinar this afternoon!

    Posted by on March 19, 2014

    This afternoon our Editor-in-Chief, Michael Rundell, will run a free webinar about the importance of ‘Search’ and the role online dictionaries play in language learning. He’ll talk about how corpus linguistics has transformed our understanding of how language works: the focus of our dictionaries is not just the individual word but the way words come together […]

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  • Caught in a webinar

    Posted by on October 24, 2011

    Many neologisms come to us from science and technology, where perpetual cycles of discoveries and developments create a constant need for new terminology. I examined one of them, the familiar blog, a few weeks ago, after several Macmillan Dictionary Blog contributors selected it as their favourite “online English” word. Another one worth a closer look […]

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  • Man vs machine: dictionaries and LT

    Posted by on February 17, 2011

    Macmillan runs a series of webinars, which are a bit like interactive lectures that anyone can join in. Coming up in 2011 are speakers such as Lindsay Clanfield and Simon Greenall, and from the same page you can watch sessions from the archive featuring well-known language-teaching experts like Scott Thornbury, Ken Wilson and Sam McCarter. […]

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