New EASE (Essential Academic Skills in English) online materials

Dear Colleagues

For those of you interested in Academic English and in Intercultural Skills, we are pleased to announce:
• EASE materials go online!
• GlobalPAD goes live! (Centre for Applied Linguistics, University of Warwick)

EASE (Essential Academic Skills in English)
Many of you will be aware of the highly successful EASE resource materials that the Centre for Applied Linguistics (formerly CELTE, the Centre for English Language Teacher Education) produced a few years ago. Our aim with EASE has always been to provide the EAP community with top quality, authentic listening and speaking materials. Recently, these materials have undergone redevelopment to enable users to access the materials in a user friendly, online format.

We are now delighted to announce that the first of the EASE courses EASE: Listening to Lectures) is available for purchase in this new online format and can be accessed via our GlobalPAD website. Similar development of the two other courses in the original series – EASE: Discussion Skills and EASE: Presentation Skills – continues.

All the EASE materials use video recordings of authentic lectures and seminars from across all the Faculties at the University of Warwick.
GlobalPAD (Global Professional and Academic Development)

The GlobalPAD website has been designed to introduce and allow access to our current and future suite of educational courses and products, including free resources, in the following areas:
• academic English
• intercultural skills
• research skills
• teaching skills
For further information, please visit the GlobalPAD website, http://www.globalpad.net or contact us directly at the following email address: enquiries@globalpad.net

Neil Murray

Centre for Applied Linguistics, University of Warwick

Academic Oral Presentation Skills

Dear Colleagues
I have just posted a video and worksheets on academic oral presentation skills to the English for Uni site (http://www.adelaide.edu.au/english-for-uni/oral-presentation/). Some of you may remember the video from a few years ago, when I made a DVD while at Flinders University. Flinders have now given permission for it to be posted on this website, so it is freely available.
I hope you enjoy it and find it useful. Any feedback you would like to send me would be much appreciated.
Best wishes
Julia

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