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La Trobe University Language Centre
Victoria 3086 Australia http://www.language.latrobe.edu.au/
My name's James/Jim (your choice) Farmer, http://radio.weblogs.com/0120501/jamesfarmer.htm. I teach general and academic English at La Trobe University Language Centre where I also coordinate their CALL & ICT needs (from a pedagogical rather than technical POV). I ended up in Australia in January 2000 via Japan & the U.K. and am planning on staying here indefinitely. I'm extremely interested in 'unplugging' CALL (i.e. escaping from these huge materials driven CALL packages and looking at what really makes courses tick, i.e. people!), and Yahoo! groups usage in teacher development and with students as a big part of that. I'm looking forward to this!
Vance comments: Jim has a great blog on blogs (and other stuff) in education here: His blog is called incorporated subversion James Farmer's Online Education Weblog and it's here: http://radio.weblogs.com/0120501/2004/07/15.html#a756
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