De la part de Françoise Raby

ELTA, English Language Teachers' Association of Serbia is delighted to
announce that the next year's Conference, the eighth in a highly successful
series of ELTA events, will take place in Belgrade, Serbia hotel

from May 7-9, 2010.

The Conference will bear the title:

Technology mediated education - necessity or luxury?
ELTA is honoured to announce that one of the keynote speakers will be
Herbert Puchta and Gavin Dudeney

Technology has become an integral component of our life. It is hard to
imagine a segment of our everyday lives that is not linked with technology
in one way or another. It goes without saying how quickly technology has
found its way into education. There is barely a teacher who does not use it
or who does not ask students to rely on it for their learning. What would
education be like without technology? Is there any area of education in
which technology should not be used? When do we and our students have enough
of technology?
If you have experimented in this field, if you have an answer to any
questions related to technology, if you have managed to "humanise"
technology in the classroom, or if you simply want to hear what others have
to say regarding this issue, feel welcome to the 8th ELTA IATEFL Conference.

Please note that the Call for Papers 2010 will be coming soon. Visiting our
website again early 2010 will keep you up-to-date with the latest
information on submission requirements, as well as registration deadlines
and the conference highlights.

If you are interested in presenting at the Conference, please apply by 1st
March 2010 by completing the Speaker Proposal Form.

ELTA Conference is supported by the British Council, US Embassy, Ministry of
Education in Serbia and a number of reputed ELT publishers.