This annotated collection of resources is for anyone with an interest in EAP, including people like me who want to learn more about it. There’s lots of stuff out there, some of which I have found, so I thought I would gather it all into one place for convenience. If you know of any other resources, which are not included here (and I am sure there will be plenty!), please do comment on this post with a link to the resource and a short description of what it contains, so I can add it to this list – such contributions would be much appreciated!
This blog goes with the #eapchat hashtag on Twitter, which was founded by Tyson Seburn (@seburnt). Discussions are had on the first and third Mondays of every month, at 9 a.m. and 3p.m. EST. In between these times, plenty of interesting links appear in the hash stream.
This blog’s tagline is “Polemical. Questioning, debating and exploring issues in EAP” – says it all really! A lot of interesting stuff related to EAP there to get your teeth into.
This blog describes itself as “The diary of an EAP practitioner on a journey to self-educate” – and the author has been in EAP since 2009. An interesting mixture of things EAP-related to read.
This blog carries some useful posts for people who are trying to get work in EAP – and of course the website itself is where a lot of universities advertise their jobs. The blog describes itself thus: “This blog covers a wide range of topics within English for Academic Purposes (EAP) including English language learning and teaching (ELT) and English for specific purposes (ESP).
Ana Christina’s blog has a page devoted to EAP-related links, including links aimed at students, and lots of other interesting stuff to look at besides.
A blog with reflections on EAP, kept by Steve Kirk – some really interesting stuff, well worth a visit.
Individual Blog Posts
This blog post contains some useful tips for academic listening preparation.
Adam Simpson’s blog post investigates what we should be asking ourselves when we teach EAP.
This blog post looks at the role of humour in university learning. Can students be trained to laugh? Read on and find out…
“A global forum for EAP Professionals” , BALEAP offers institutional and individual memberships which entitles you to a bunch of interesting stuff (I’m about to join, actually!). They also run various conferences and events.
This is a collection of links to various EAP resources, curated by @PatrickAndrews, including blogs, websites, articles and newspaper articles. Lots to explore!
This is a bibliography related to learner corpora and forms part of a website belonging to the Centre for English Corpus Linguistics. The list and the site itself look to be very useful.
This Scoopit page, curated by Steve Kirk, contains a variety of informative resources for EAP Practitioners. Lots of interesting stuff to go at here!
Hi! Here are the links I tweeted about:
Steve Kirk’s Teaping Point http://theteapingpoint.wordpress.com/ – Lots of great refelections on EAP. Steve also curates a scoopit page collecting lots of great resources useful for The EAP Practitioner : http://www.scoop.it/t/the-eap-practitioner
Thanks very much! What is your twitter handle?
I’ve added the links to my list, they both look really useful. 🙂
Thanks Susie :-). I’ve been lazy with the writing over the last few months. You put me to shame. Just emerging from the intensity of summer Pre-Sessional. Hoping to get back into the swing of things. Great page here, Lizzie. Let’s hope we can help you build in more here.
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