About the BookThe revolutionary developments in the field of Information Technology (IT) and the compulsions of Globalization have made it imperative to reorient our approach to the teaching of English in India.
The introduction of computers and other multi-media devices into the language class-room has made it possible for new technologies to be applied for instructional purposes. A large majority of the articles put together in this book underline the need to adopt technology enhanced methods of language teaching in the context of globalization and identify the materials and means for an extensive use of computers and other IT resources for strengthening English Language Teaching in India.
Teachers, scholars, ELT specialists and CALL experts will certainly find this book very useful.About the Author/sG. Damodar is Associate Professor of English, Kakatiya University, Warangal. He has put in more than twenty-one years of active teaching and research experience. His main area of interest is ELT, particularly CALL and Computer Mediated Communication (CMC) in English. He has been a Visiting Scholar at LLRC, Stockholm University. He toured extensively in Sweden, Denmark and the UK and studied the latest methods and materials of teaching English at twenty universities and research institutes during Feb.-March 2000.
P. Shailaja is Associate Professor of English, Kakatiya University, Warangal. She is specialized in ELT and has taught ELT classes for a number of years.
Rajeshwar Mittapalli is Assistant Professor of English, Kakatiya University, Warangal. He has published extensively on Indian, African and American fiction and ELT. His works include : The Novels of Wole Soyinka and Indian Women Novelties and Psychoanalysis. Some of the books he has edited are : Postmodernism and English Literature, Indian Writings in English (Vols. 6 and 7), The Novels of Anita Desai and Indian Fiction in English.