17 March, 2010

Enter E-mails Correctly!

When registering with English Toolbox for the first time, please be sure to enter your e-mail address correctly.  The system automatically generates a password and sends it to your e-mail address, but if the address is wrong it will be rejected, and then you can't log on because you don't have your password!  Thank you.

01 March, 2010

We Get Letters!

Thanks to all those who have written us over the past three years to offer suggestions, make comments, or just to thank us for the high quality of materials in the English Toolbox library.  Usually the theme of the e-mail is something like, "I needed something very specific for a class, and you had it!"  Our aim, as always, is to please, and it pleases us that we fill a niche in the ESL training market.  We pledge to continue meeting your needs as we enter our fourth year in business!

17 February, 2010

Happy Birthday to Us!

English Toolbox is three years old today, and we're giving all of you a chance to share in the celebration.  Just send an e-mail to info@englishtoolbox.com and write "Happy Birthday" in the subject line, and we'll give you five free credits!  Current subscribers can get the credits added to their accounts.  This promotion expires on 28 February, so don't delay (it sure beats birthday cake!).

29 January, 2010

So, Too, Either & Neither

27 January, 2010

Changes to Packs of Credits

Due to an increase in processing charges, the Gift Pack and 5- and 10-credit add-on packs are being discontinued until further notice.  All those customers who have purchased these in the past month will, of course, retain their credits until they are used up by the customer (English Toolbox credits never expire).  We thank you for your understanding.

24 January, 2010

ET Videos on YouTube

The videos being posted on this blog are also available for viewing on YouTube. Just enter "TheEnglishToolbox" in their search box to see the complete collection.

11 January, 2010

Using Screen-capture Software in TEFL

An interesting article with multi-media samples shows how to use software that records what's on a computer screen (including mouse commands) as an EFL teaching tool.  Includes links to specific screen-capture software sites.

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