MaWSIG: Summer in the city! [EVENT]

We're excited as MaWSIG is hosting a Summer Meetup in London on Thursday 30 June 2016. With lots happening in ELT publishing since the IATEFL conference in April, it will be the perfect way for friends, colleagues and MaWSIG members to catch up with what everyone’s been doing. It's going to be a great evening with a relaxed atmosphere to network and chat in. [...]

#IATEFL16 kicks off today!

We're excited as the IATEFL International Annual Conference & Exhibition kicks off today! With over 2,500 ELT professionals from more than 100 countries attending and a 4-day programme of around 500 talks, workshops and symposiums as well as a vibrant social programme, it's going to be a great few days. Sophie from emc, who is also on the MaWSIG events [...]

New Ways of Working for New Ways of Learning [Event Round-Up]

On Saturday Sophie from emc headed down to London to the beautiful Macmillan campus for MaWSIG's conference 'New Ways of Working for New Ways of Learning'. The day was a real mix of practically looking at the ways in which our working practices have changed over recent years to how these have impacted the classrooms [...]

New Ways of Working for New Ways of Learning: MaWSIG's 2016 conference

We're looking forward to all the exciting events coming up in the New Year including IATEFL's Materials Writing Special Interest Group's (MaWSIG) 2016 Conference: New Ways of Working for New Ways of Learning, sponsored by Macmillan Education. Sophie from emc design, who is also on the MaWSIG events committee talks us through what we can expect. "The [...]

MaWSIG's Free Online Festival

On Saturday 7th November, IATEFL's Materials Writing Special Interest Group (MaWSIG) will be holding their free online festival MaWFest from 10.30 am GMT. Sophie from emc has organised the event and has secured a great line-up of professionals from within the industry. There will be webinars with David Duffield from the Copyright Licensing Agency, Andrew Walkley from [...]

@MaWSIG's next Meetup with @ELT_T2W opens its doors to non-IATEFL members!

MaWSIG, the Materials Writing Special Interest Group for IATEFL, is hosting a join Meetup with ELT Teacher 2 Writer on Wednesday 23rd September, in Oxford. In a bid to foster even more networking opportunities for newbie ELT writers they have made available a few tickets for non-IATEFL members to buy. This is exciting news as it [...]

MaWSIG PCE 2015: The Material Writer’s Essential Toolkit

The 49th Annual International IATEFL Conference and Exhibition will take place from the 11th-14th April, with  ELT professionals coming together to discuss, reflect on and develop ideas. There will also be the chance to view the latest ELT publications, products and services available. And we are going to be there! The day before though, Sophie from emc [...]

MaWSIG's Online Festival

On the 14th of December, IATEFL's Materials Writing Special Interest Group (MaWSIG) will be holding their first online festival. Inspired by a recent online romance literary festival from Harper Collins, the festival will be a free event, open to everyone, to explore current themes in the world of English Language Teaching and materials development. The [...]

MaWSIG's first meetup

Last week Sophie attended MaWSIG's (IATEFL's Materials Writing Special Interest Group) first meet-up. And as she's part of the organising committee we thought it would be a good chance to find out more about the event and how it went. What is MaWSIG? The International Association of Teachers of English as a Foreign Langauge has special interest [...]

IATEFL's Materials Writing Writing SIG hosts their first meetup

On Monday 10th November MaWSIG will be hosting their first meetup event in London. The aim of the night is for members to socialise and network with each other as well as  commissioning editors from the elt publishing industry. The evening will also include a short talk by Nick Tims about the Society of Authors, [...]

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