Services: get participants to your conference or workshop & increase its impact; 
get applicants for your MA TESOL; find the staff that you need; promote books & products. 
Email: [email protected] Twitter: @tesolacademic  
Linking theory & practice
Promoting free at source research

Linking theory & practice 
Promoting research 


Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages (TESOL) academic is uniquely placed at the interface of theory informed practice and practice informed theory. For 10 years we have promoted academic research to applied linguistics students, teachers, teacher educators, decision-makers, supporting organisations and other researchers through free at source YouTube talks.  We pride ourselves on our commitment to TESOL-based knowledge building and we are pleased to offer, free of charge, help with the data gathering stages of your research.  We also offer a range of pay services including: getting students onto your TESOL course; finding staff that you need; increasing participants to and impact of your conference; promoting books. Try us, we bring academic credibility and massive social media outreach at prices which start at just £70.      


More about our work is available in this short 2015 interview at the IATEFL conference in Manchester.


Our talks are classified into two main areas


Keynotes: cutting-edge leaders in the field talk about their work. 

Our 2008-2010 collection include talks from J. Jenkins, M. Cortazzi, P. Nation, D. Little, A. Tsui, D. Nunan, A. Burns and K. Johnson.  

Our Keynotes (11-13) include talks from A. Pennycook, V. Cook, R.Phillipson, T. Lynch, T. Rodgers, A. Holliday, M. McCarthy and N. Spada.  

Our Keynotes (14-16) section is occupied by four of the most influential scholars in our field Professors S. Krashen, R. Ellis, D. Larsen-Freeman and J. Swales. 


Research-papers: authors talk about an article which they have had published in a leading TESOL-based peer-reviewed academic journal - over 40 talks to choose from!


Our Featured publications  section provides a carefully selected range of talks from authors who have recently published a TESOL-based text book or an EFL\ESL course book - find out about promoting with us.


Download our database of 70 talks


Get your published work disseminated, discussed and critiqued with us. Guidelines for our speakers 


Our social media outreach is huge
Our channels allow for discussion of TESOL-based issues together with broader educational debates. 
Free task sheet to learn more about our Keynotes and share ideas on social media. We can help you develop a personal learning network (#PLN) as part of your continuing professional development (#CPD).
Follow us with 2,500+ others on Twitter

Join our Facebook group of 10,000+ members to discuss and share ideas It's a closed moderated group and we do not become friends
Subscribe to our YouTube channel (and feel free to add a comment)
LinkedIn is our professional networking channel