ATESOL ACT News
There are a few different ways you can keep up to date with ATESOL ACT News and Events – choose which one is easiest for you (or choose them all!)
ATESOL ACT email news
ATESOL ACT keeps our members informed of upcoming events and current news via irregular email newsletters. If you would like to receive newsletters and news of our events, please contact secretary (AT) atesolact.org.au to be added to our email list.
Click here to read our past email newsletters:
You can also subscribe to the Newsletter by clicking “join our mailing list” on the above page.
ATESOL ACT Facebook group
You can also keep up to date with ATESOL ACT news on our Facebook group. We also hope this will facilitate sharing of resources and news, and provide a forum for discussions on TESOL topics and issues amongst members. Your ATESOL ACT Committee members will post invitations to our own PD events there, and any members can post information about other events of interest.
We realise that Facebook is not for everyone, so don’t worry as we will continue to use the website and email as our major methods of communication with members so you won’t miss out on ATESOL ACT news and events!
|If you’d like to join the ATESOL ACT Facebook group…
Please join us on Facebook, join in the conversations and share!
NOTE: You have to have a Facebook account and be logged in to see the group, but you don’t have to be a member of the group. If, however, you want to post or comment, you will need to join the group. You can join by using the Join Group link in the top right-hand corner.
[The group is intended only for ATESOL ACT members, potential members and people with some affiliation with TESOL and the ACT or region. If you ask to join and we don’t recognise you, we may send you a message asking for a little more information before adding you to the group.]
ATESOL ACT on Twitter
We also have a Twitter handle – follow us here:
ATESOL ACT News RSS feed
To get the feed of updates from the ATESOL ACT News page, just add this feed to your own RSS news reader: