There is a growing trend in the use of e-learning technology for the support of learning and teaching in universities worldwide. At St. Marianna University School of Medicine, E-learning was incorporated into ESL courses for first and second-year students in 2013. e-learning materials are mainly used to supplement in-class activities and to build academic vocabulary as well as to learn medical vocabulary. In my presentation, I will illustrate how e-learning has been effectively incorporated into ESL courses at my university. My presentation will include discussions of (1) computer resources to set up an e-learning platform, (2) useful softwares to develop e-learning materials, (3) effective use of online forums to exchange messages and ideas, (4) types of online exercises, (5) student's online activities, and (6) grading methods.
Tomoko Miyakoshi, St. Marianna University School of Medicine, Japan
Stream: Language education
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