Become a POOLS member

This page is intended for online enrolment in the POOLS team.

Membership is free; all a new member has to do is to share experiences and ideas.


Contact information: E-mail address and other contact information (e.g. Skype):

May your e-mail address be put online? (This is needed if you want direct feedback from other users!-) Yes

If you have a blog or website that you want listed in the members area: then please write the address(es) here:  

Role in language teaching: A general description of yourself, e.g. what is your role in language teaching, i.e. are you a teacher, teacher student, learner, researcher etc.:

General description: Below you may describe your teaching, ideas, experience, and other information you want to share with the POOLS community:

Suggested area for exchange of ideas (and level of expertise): In this field you can invite other POOLS members to join you in an exchange of ideas and experience. Please describe your own level of expertise in the suggested area(s):

The webmaster (Kent Andersen) will e-mail you as soon as your information has been placed online so you can check the presented information and suggest changes.

For our records (the information will not be revealed anywhere) please indicate your interest in language teaching and learning: Are you mainly:

A language teacher

Studying to be a language teacher

A language learner

Are you as a student or teacher involved in teaching / learning:


Vocational, technical, or commercial college

Adult learning

University or similar

N.B. Please accept some days delay before I upload your information, I have a travel period this week due to project work;-)


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Last edit: 05-01-2011

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