Grassroots language technology is about teachers and students developing digital tools to address classroom needs and situations. It is about the struggle with and resistance to funded commercial parties who are looking to provide their own services and promote their own interests. It is about little data over big data (after Gavin Dudeney), teacher flexibility over algorithmic adaptivity, and community needs over corporate greed.
Last but not least it is an excuse to blog 🙂
Paul Raine (@Apps4EFL kindly answered some questions about creating digital tools for use with students. This might turn into a series of such posts so if you are someone or know someone doing this kind of stuff do let me know.developer of
1. Can you tell me a little about your background?
Paul: I was born and raised in the UK, studied Imaginative Writing and then Law at university, then took…
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