Details of the winners of the ELTRA awards in 2016.

The 2016 British Council ELT Research Awards programme attracted 28 high quality proposals from universities across the UK.

All submissions were reviewed by a panel of evaluators against the following criteria:

  • impact
  • innovation
  • feasibility
  • expertise
  • opportunities for international collaboration
  • value for money
  • alignment with British Council priorities.

The following seven proposals were selected to receive a grant this year:

Coventry University

Dr Marina Orsini-Jones
B-MELTT - Blending MOOCs for English language teacher training
 

Newcastle University

Professor Steve Walsh
SETTVEO: Evidence based reflection and teacher development
 

Northumbria University

Graham Hall
English language education and migration: implications for secondary level students who have English as an Additional Language
 

Queen's University Belfast

Dr Aisling O’Boyle
Digital data-driven learning and teaching: making best use of corpora for English language teaching
 

University of Glasgow

Anna Rolinska
Establishing and sustaining pre-sessional student partnerships across borders
 

University of Nottingham

Ana Pellicer-Sánchez
L2 reading and reading-while-listening in multi-modal learning conditions: an eye-tracking study
 

University of Warwick

Dr Steve Mann
Video in language teacher education