24th May 2012
Macmillan wins Elton award with Sounds: The Pronunciation App
Macmillan Education is delighted have won the ELTon award for Innovation in Learner Resources with the mobile application Sounds: The Pronunciation App at the inspiring ELTons award ceremony in central London last night.
The British Council Innovation Awards, or ELTons, are annual awards for the ELT sector and recognise and celebrate outstanding new English language teaching products.
On winning the award, Digital Marketing Manager Matt Kay emphasised the importance of Sounds having been recognised as a new step forward in English language education:
Sounds: The Pronunciation App is based on the best-selling Macmillan title Sound Foundations by Adrian Underhill. As a mobile App, it helps students and teachers study, practise and play with English pronunciation wherever they are.
You can find more infromation about Sounds at the website www.soundspronapp.com
Mantienen colaboración Macmillan y CONALEP
Nota otrogada por Periódico Reforma.
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