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What experience have you had with using or creating WebQuests?
I am a member of the Dutch LanguageQuest Consortium. Thanks to support from the EU we had a chance to internationalise our products and research. Check here for more information:
About Me: What and where do you teach and learn?
I am an ICT-E consultant and MFL-methodology expert and work in Teacher Education at Hogeschool Utrecht University of Applied Sciences in the Netherlands
Website: Your personal page, blog or WebQuest

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Issue 3 of CORELL e-zine on LanguageQuest is available

Had the pleasure of being guest editor of issue 3 of the Computers for Language Learning Journal (CORELL).

This monographic edition http://tiny.cc/9xmcp reports on recent research and interesting developments in the field of WebQuests in Language Education. Assessment and design of WebQuests for language learning also gets a lot of attention in our…


Posted on May 16, 2010 at 5:00am

Full day reserved for WebQuests in Language Education in international course

The course 'Designing activities for the 2.0 Language Classroom' is offered by the Faculties of Education of Heidelberg and Utrecht Universities of Applied Sciences in conjunction with the Utrecht University SummerSchool.

2008 Participants in front of Faculty of Education in Utrecht

With applications by practitioners from a great variety of EU countries (n = 8) and beyond (n=2) this edition again promises to…


Posted on May 8, 2010 at 1:56pm

EU Grants for course on Web 2.0 in Language Education

'Designing activities for the 2.0 Language Classroom' (A Comenius professional development course)

In conjunction with the Utrecht University Summer School the Faculties of Education of Heidelberg and Utrecht Universities of Applied Sciences offer a 7-day, international course exploring WEB 2.0 applications such as Wiki and Web-logging, real-time communication (Videoconferencing and 3D Virtual Worlds) and the Language Quest format for integrating the World Wide Web into classroom… Continue

Posted on December 21, 2009 at 2:57pm

Combine a visit to Holland with an interesting summercourse

Just to let you know there are (at least :-)) 2 courses at the Utrecht SummerSchool that might interest you: one on designing for WEB 2.0 (including an introduction to the LanguageQuest quality criteria) and another specifically about the didactic use of Interactive Whiteboards. And participants who would like to extend their visit to the Netherlands can apply for an additional period of campus accommodation at 125 Euro (!) per week.

More info and links below

'Designing… Continue

Posted on April 22, 2009 at 1:37am

New member: my intro

Hi All,

Just found out about this CoP. Good to find people still actively sharing knowledge on (the use of) WQs and education. I also checked out the discussion on whether the webquest concept is getting outdated. IMO, that is rather a non-issue as the whole WQ concept is about providing a structured approach to integrating web technologies in learning processes. The format is perfectly suitable to include the use of new applications and developments.

My focus in the WebQuest era has… Continue

Posted on April 10, 2009 at 2:00pm — 1 Comment

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