Citation 8: Beuckens, T. (2020). ELLLO. Retrieved May 13, 2020, from http://elllo.org/index.htm
Chris interviews Todd Beuckens, Lecturer at Ritsumeikan Asia Pacific University and founder of www.elllo.org
Todd talks about the founding of his online learning website, advice for listening content creators, and the best programs for teachers to use when making online classes.
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