In this interview, Paul Gunashekar, Lina Mukhopadhyay & Richard Smith discuss the Indian ELT research database. They talk about some of the challenges they faced in setting up the database and how they managed to gather all of the research.

In their talk, Paul, Lina and Richard look at the contents of the Indian ELT research database, which has been developed by EFL University, Warwick University and British Council India. They discuss some of the academic and technical issues underlying its construction and demonstrate ways it can be used and also the possibilities it offers to users to upload their own research.

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For discussion: Are you involved in research in your institution? What process(es) have you gone through to produce your research?

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