2011 APPLE Lecture
You are cordially invited…
To APPLE 2011!!
The TESOL and Applied Linguistics Programs in the Department of Arts and
Humanities invite you to the annual APPLE (Applied Linguistics & Education)
Lecture on Friday, February 11, 2011.
Our speaker for this year is Professor Thomas Cobb from the University of
Québec at Montréal. Professor Cobb teaches and researches topics related to
the use of computers in language teaching and learning. His website, The
Compleat Lexical Tutor (www.lextutor.ca), is a record of past and current
projects; it is visited by two thousand teachers and learners per day.
How the Language Teachers of the World Built a Data-Driven Web-Based
Milbank Chapel (Zankel 125)
4:30 – 6:00 p.m.
Reception will follow in Grace Dodge Hall 179.
Readings available upon request.
We look forward to seeing you at this exciting event!
–Sarah Creider & Catherine DiFelice Box, on behalf of the Faculty & Staff
The Program wishes to thank the representatives of Language
Innovations,Inc., whose generous contribution makes possible the annual
APPLE Lecture & Colloquium.
Sarah Creider and Catherine Box
TESOL and Applied Linguistics Program Associates
Teachers College, Columbia University