Congratulations to Moundir Al Amrani, a teacher and ELT materials writer based in Morocco, who wins wins paid registration for both the MaWSIG PCE and the IATEFL Conference in 2016, plus travel and accommodation costs to attend the conference.
We’re pleased to welcome Lewis Lansford to the team, following his election by IATEFL members. Read more about him on our Committee page.
Looking ahead to our upcoming MaWSIG Conference in February, this month we’re thinking digitally. Jeremy Day writes about keeping the creative flame burning when you’re constrained by the requirements of technology. The MaWSIG blog features guest posts by members – please get in touch if you would like to write for us.
A MaWSIG Meetup took place on Wednesday 25 November 2015, in Berlin. This meetup was in association with ELTABB. Read about it on our Past events page.
If you didn’t manage to attend our online festival on Saturday 7 November, go to our Past events page, where you’ll find details of what you missed and how to catch up. And have a look at #MaWFest on Twitter.
Last month’s post described how a group of established authors collaborated to create a self-published book. Continuing the theme, this month Gerhard Erasmus writes about collaboration from the perspective of a less-experienced author. The MaWSIG blog features guest posts by members – please get in touch if you would like to write for us.