is a lecturer responsible for undergraduatebusiness-related English courses at the Fachhochschule fürÖkonomie & Management in Essen, Germany. He also works for TheConsultants-E, an award-winning teaching-with-technologycompany, as a facilitator on their courses in ICT in the classroom, e-moderation, using wikis and the online Cert IBET.A current member of the BESIG committee, Carl has a specialinterest in all aspects of teaching with Web 2.0 technologies and haswritten online materials for English 360 and a blended learningguide for Cornelsen. He has a masters from Warwick University andhas also studied at the universities of Oxford and Bologna.
has worked in education for the past 20years, as a teacher, materials developer, IT manager and web/userinterface designer. Until the end of 2003 he held two posts: the firstas Head of the New Technologies Department at InternationalHouse Barcelona and the second was Lead Developer for the onlinetraining centre Net Languages. Previously, he was a pastcoordinator of the IATEFL Learning Technologies Special InterestGroup and also past editor of the SIG newsletter. In 2007 he waselected Honorary Secretary of IATEFL.
Publications include: "The Internet & The Language Classroom"(CUP 2000, 2007) and "How to Teach English with Technology"(Longman 2007, with Nicky Hockly - winner of the InternationalHouse Ben Warren Award 2008).In 2003 he set up The Consultants-E with Nicky Hockly. Hiscompany (
) works primarily in online teacherdevelopment and training and their Cert ICT course won a BritishCouncil ELTON in 2007.Among other courses they also offer the only online Cert IBETcourse. When not working on all that, he looks after three islands inSecond Life and spends time building and scripting for the educationcommunity. You can follow his blog at: