TAPESTRY recently caught up with Dr. James May, winner of 2011-2012 Carnegie Foundation Florida Professor of the Year award, at a recent state conference. Dr. May is currently a Professor of English as a Second Language at Valencia Community College in Orlando, Florida. His research focuses on helping teachers to incorporate Web 2.0 technologies into instruction. Dr. May graciously agreed to share some of his insights into issues surrounding technology in the modern classroom with TAPESTRY.
"Technology and Language Teaching: A Conversation with Dr. James May,"
TAPESTRY: Vol. 4
, Article 4.
Available at: http://stars.library.ucf.edu/tapestry/vol4/iss2/4
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