Who We Are
SEALLT is a regional affiliate of IALLT and a professional association of language center directors and staff, foreign language and ESL faculty, instructional technologists, researchers, administrators and others interested in language learning and technology. Our members come from colleges, universities, K-12 schools and other facilities throughout Alabama, Florida, Georgia, Mississippi, and South Carolina. Although we serve the above southeastern states, anyone is welcome to join our organization.
· Gathering information with respect to a broad range of issues, from equipment, supplies and vendors, to operating policies and procedures, to trends and research.
· Assisting and encouraging individuals in the 5-state area, particularly those who are new to the directing of language labs.
· Sponsoring joint activities and projects, including influencing IALLT, through representation of the views of the regional membership.
If you will be in attendance for our 2013 SCOLT-AAFLT-SEALLT Conference in Birmingham this week, SEALLT & IALLT would like to invite you to our SEALLT Business Meeting this Thursday evening (April 11th) after the Exhibit Hall Closes at 6:00 p.m. if you are available.
It would be great to have input on our upcoming 2013 IALLT Conference in Fort Lauderdale.
This is a brief example of how to create an app tutorial with an iPad.
Creating content is possible with any iPad. In just a few hours using simple resources (such as images, PPT or Keynote and audio files), we were able to create a few tutorials explaining the basic functions of our app. The process is simple, and we decided to share this step by step guide for anyone looking to create their own tutorials.
5 steps to creating an app tutorial using bContext: Read more » 
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IALLT 2011 Irvine CA 
All hail Kristy Britt, now the Treasurer of IALLT! And Frank Kruger-Robbins, who received the Talking Stick which signifies that he will host IALLT 2013 at Pinecrest School in Florida. Kristy, Frank, Stacey Powell from Auburn (also on the IALLT board), Trish (now Nolde, ex-Early) from GSU, Judy Shoaf and Cari Jimenez of UF, Nancy Decker of Rollins, Roselyne Pirson of Pinecrest and Masako Kubota of FAU (2013 co-host), and Mike Ledgerwood of Samford in Birmingham, IALLT's outgoing president, all attended the meeting at IALLT 2011 in Irvine. Read more »