ICT in English Language Teaching (ELT) in a Globalized (Cyber) World: Challenges & Remedies 
The contemporary world today has become a family, thanks to the spawning wings of Information & Communication Technology (ICT). We live in an age where things change fast and we also try to accommodate with the same pace.  This once again has become possible because of the nitty-gritty of ICT. But as we go global, we come across many issues which we are unaware of and often land ourselves in the midst of confrontation, chaos and conflict because of our unfamiliarity with various subjects, sensitive at times.
Nowadays, changes are quick and inevitable. The need to teach in general and teach to English Language effectively in particular is the challenge before all of us. Now, it has become mandatory for the academicians to rethink and revamp their teaching strategies with the changing times. We endeavor to plan an anthology to cater to the growing needs of all concerned whose experiences and well-researched articles can address and come out with possible solutions to the challenges being posed in a globalized world of today.
Suggested areas & themes for papers Development

1. Impact of ICT on ELT: An innovative Methodology            
2. Use of ICT in ELT in a Globalized World & Its Challenges
3. ICT in ELT: Strategies and Applications                                   
4. Using TV and Newspapers as ELT Tools
5. Academic changes and use of ICT in ELT                               
6. ICT in ELT: Position & Proposition
7. Effective English Language Teaching through ICT                
8. Ethical Challenges of ELT in contemporary World
9. Globalization of ELT through ICT                                             
10. Unifying the diversity through ICT in ELT class   
11. Evolution of ICT in Language class                                        
12. ICT in ELT: A Challenge for the next generation       
13. ELT in India through Cinema and Media                              
14. ICT in English at Workplaces                                    
15. The Magic of ICT in Language Teaching                                               
16. ICT in ELT: Effective Time & Space Management Tool
17. Role of milieu in the use of ICT in ELT   Class                     
18. ICT: An Interface between Teacher & Taught in ELT class
19. Managing Cultural Transition through ICT in ELT class     
20. Importance of Software in Teaching/Learning English
21. Online Learning and its Importance                                                      
22. Linguistics and its Scope
23.  Role of Audio-Visual Aids in Teaching/Learning English  
24. Use of social networking sites for learning English
25. Project based ELT                                                                       
26. Using animated short stories in English language class room
27. ELT through blogging, E-mails and SMS                                
28. Using quizzes, puzzles and riddles to create interest in a class room
29. Using debates, extempore, group discussions, interviews, group work and pair work in a class room for ELT. etc.
30. ELT in Cyber culture.

Selection Procedure 

The author's name, institution and phone/mobile numbers should be mentioned in the title sheet with brief bio-data. Please don’t forget to mention email address—the most preferred & convenient medium of communication. The papers submitted should evince serious academic work contributing new knowledge or innovative critical perspectives on the subject explored. All submissions will be sent for blind peer reviewing. Final selection will be made only if the papers are recommended for publication by the reviewers. The editor has the right to make necessary editing of selected papers for the sake of conceptual clarity and formatting.
Plagiarism Alert.

Contributors are advised to adhere to strict academic ethics with respect to acknowledgment of original ideas from others. The editors will not be responsible for any such lapse of the contributor. All submissions should be original and must be accompanied by a declaration that it is an original work and has not been published anywhere else. It will be your sole responsibility for such lapses, if any. Neither editor, nor publisher will be responsible for it. Only unpublished research papers/articles appended with a certificate that the article/paper is original & unpublished are solicited for publication. Contributors are requested that kindly send papers (limit in print b/w 15 to 20 pages only) in MS Word (Times New Roman) upto 15 Nov. 2012. Research papers/article should adhere to the Latest MLA Style formatting for references. Submissions are expected by email attachment along with a hard copy please.
With best regards,

Dr. Ashok K. Saini
Deptt. of English Language,
State Council of Educational Research & Training, Uttarakhand,
Narendranagar, Tehri Garhwal – 249175, India.


  1. Sir thnks fr ur info, bt may we knw who called fr papers,is it journal or conference


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