Liverpool Online is Now Live! 47th IATEFL Annual International Conference




Liverpool Online is Now Live!

Join us online for the 47th IATEFL Annual International Conference

IATEFL and the British Council invite English teachers all around the world to take part in Liverpool Online.

Liverpool Online provides free, interactive web coverage of the 2013 IATEFL Conference in Liverpool.

The 2013 Liverpool IATEFL Conference takes place between 8th and 12th April 2013.

Our online coverage has already started.

Visit the Liverpool Online website at:

Liverpool Online is a British Council / IATEFL partnership. Our conference coverage features live and on demand video webcasts of conference presentations and workshops, video interviews, discussion forums and conference reports.

Liverpool Online provides teacher audiences worldwide with an opportunity to share ideas with colleagues before, during and after the conference.

Last year over 70,000 teachers all over the world spent over 18,000 hours watching video we made available as part of the IATEFL Online Project.

This year we expect an even larger audience to join us for Liverpool Online.

How can I take part?

Visit the Liverpool Online website at

Request to be one of our Registered Bloggers

Join in and be part of the conference!

Help us promote Liverpool Online

Share this invitation with your colleagues all around the world. We have a selection of Liverpool Online web banners available.

You can download these images and feature a Liverpool Online banner on your website, blog or e-newsletter.

Event twitter tag: #iatefl

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Facebook: IATEFL Liverpool

For more information Conference Liverpool 2013

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