December 29, 2010

More about Electronic Communications and CASLS

Today's issue of InterCom uses a new format: first, we post new articles to this blog. Then, we categorize each entry based on InterCom subscription preferences and arrange to links to the articles that match your subscription profile sent to you each Monday morning in InterCom. The links will take you to the articles in our blog that are of special interest to you.

If you don’t want to wait until Monday morning, you can also regularly check our blog, or you can subscribe to an RSS feed so that you’re notified each time we add a new article. Read an explanation of how to use RSS feeds at

The Center for Applied Second Language Studies is on Facebook! You can see our page and participate in discussions about language teaching and learning at .

CASLS is also on Twitter. You can follow us at . We usually tweet several times a day as we come across news articles and resources of interest. If you're unfamiliar with Twitter, here is an excellent introduction:

To see what CASLS is up to these days, visit our website at

Your InterCom preferences and subscription are still the same! As always, if you ever want to change your subscription preferences you can easily do so at This is also a good place to direct your colleagues to if you want to encourage them to subscribe to InterCom, too.

If you have any questions or feedback about our new format, please e-mail the InterCom editor at langsub at uoregon dot edu.

We wish you the best in your language teaching and professional development.

No comments:

Post a Comment

Note: Only a member of this blog may post a comment.