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If you’re looking for some online PD but can’t seem to make it to them when they happen live (check out the calendar for a list of upcoming events), you’re in luck. So many are recorded and can be as beneficial as attending, not to mention being acceptable for accreditation hours. Take a gander through this list of videos or go to their source pages for more.
IATEFL Glasgow online sessions – A wide variety of recorded sessions from IATEFL 2012 conference.
British Council Seminars – Very frequent and if you live in the UK, well worth the free admission. For those of us elsewhere, there are 24 recordings of past seminars (so far) to spend an afternoon enjoying.
British Council Webinars – They also have free webinars from time to time. 3 past ones are recorded here.
BESIG Webinars – On a variety of topics, click on the link to view past recordings.
Reform Symposium 3 Sessions – There are about 100 different sessions and plenaries you can watch here! Just click on the DAY 1/2/3 spreadsheet tabs at the bottom of the link and then watch any session by clicking on the link in the Elluminate Recording column. My session’s in there somewhere. ;)
Virtual Roundtable Conference 4 – Another conference I participated in and this link provides 35 recorded sessions to watch, including mine. If you take the time to browse through previous years, you can find even more.
TESL Ontario Conferences – There are 3 years worth of recorded sessions available here for free. If you’re not from Ontario, email firstname.lastname@example.org with “Guest Access” in the subject line for access.
TESOL France Youtube Channel – A great meeting of the minds in Paris each year, TESOL France has a great deal of their sessions recorded here.
IATEFL BESIG Youtube Channel – Business English teachers should be in heaven browsing through these vids.
Pearson Longman podcasts – Some people like just listening, so here you go–a number of podcasts from people like Jeremy Harmer.
English Central EduGeek Webinars – Focused on ELT titles, several authors lead sessions on their ideas and others demonstrate activities from the books themselves. I’ve led a few of them myself.
Conference ELT Youtube Channel – Hosted by Turkish ELT professionals, there are a number of plenaries and author interviews here.
IATEFL Hungary Youtube Channel – Jamie Keddie, Michael Swan, Graham Stanley, there’s enough here to keep you occupied.
IATEFL 2011 Brighton – You can view most sessions from IATEFL’s international conference last year.
American TESOL Webinars – These are recordings of the free Friday webinars led by Shelly Terrell.
One of my talks:
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