TubeQuizard shortlisted for British Council ELTons 2017!

Posted: May 8, 2017 in Listening

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Exciting news! My husband Kirill Sukhomlin and I were delighted to find out that our service TubeQuizard has been shortlisted for this year’s ELTons award in the category of Digital Innovation! ELTons are the only international awards that recognise and celebrate innovation in English language teaching (ELT), and getting shortlisted is a true honour.

TubeQuizard, as we dubbed it, is a true labour of love for me: a few years back I had an idea that I was very passionate about and really wanted to implement, then a developer in a company I’d just joined offered a hand, then we worked and worked and worked like crazy, and then we ended up falling in love and eventually got married.

The last few months have been hectic for our family, but we continue working on the service. I’m very happy that it’s turning out useful to people, and I feel very grateful – to British Council for shortlisting us, to people who have been spreading the word writing about it or mentioning it in their conference talks, and especially to our users who have been giving us lots of invaluable feedback and suggesting ideas how to improve the service.

They asked us to produce a 30 second video about the service for the award ceremony – here goes!

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Comments
  1. annazernova says:

    Hi Olya! Warmest congrats! You rock!
    When it comes to my students, it’s the best program that I’ve ever recommended. Thank you so much!

  2. Congratulations! I just assigned this tool to a student. I’m looking forward to their feedback. Thank you for everything you’ve shared and taught me.

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