Web Publishing as an ESL Writing Tool

by Jerry Bicknell


On 8 November 1997 at the 3 Rivers TESOL conference held at West Virginia University, I presented information about using the World Wide Web as an ESL Writing Tool.
I've published a more detailed account of my presentation here as a reference for those who attended the presentation, for those conference attendees who couldn't attend, and for any other interested ESL/EFL students or professionals to access.
 
I hope the information posted here is useful.
 
If you find a link that no longer functions, please let me know.
 
Send your comments or suggestions via e-mail to:
 
jbicknel@wvu.edu

Jerry Bicknell

President, WVESL Professionals


Sections:


Where you are in the WVESL Journal site:

WVESL Journal Contents


Current Page:

1) Web Publishing as an ESL Writing Tool

2) Student-Published WebSites: Why learn HTML?

3) Student-Authored WebPages as an ESL Writing Tool

4) WWW Resources for HTML as an ESL Writing Tool



WVESL Journal Editor: Jerome H. Bicknell

jbicknel@wvu.edu


Copyright 1998 by
Jerome H. Bicknell

Permission is granted to freely copy (unmodified) this document (or rather its most up-to-date version) from

http://members.tripod.com/~WVESL/bicknell/bicknell.html

in electronic form, or in print if you're not selling it. On the WWW, however, you must link here rather than putting this up as your own page.


This page was last updated on 19 January 1998.