Greetings to our growing Internet community!
Welcome again to another issue of TESL-EJ. Our support and popularity continues to grow, and for this we are grateful.
However, with growth comes growing pains. The workload increases for all, and the space needed to operate business expands.
The first casualty is the resignation of our Media Review Editor, Michael Feldman. Michael was instrumental not only as an Editor, but as one of the founders and organizers of TESL-EJ. We thank him immensely for his service to the journal and to the ESL/EFL global community. We also wish him luck now that he's back in Boston.
Claire Kramsch, an Editorial Board member from Berkeley, has also resigned because of her always busy schedule. We thank her as well for her contributions to the journal.
Joining us is Donna Lardiere, Assistant Professor from Georgetown University. We welcome her presence as the newest Board member.
Another casualty is our server space. We will be moving from Berkeley's "violet" server over the next several months. The good news is, we will be on our own server, with lots of space, and no need to move, I hope, for a very long time. In the meantime, remember you can find us in Bremen and Kyoto, not just Berkeley. Again, stay tuned for news.
You'll find a full issue this time--and a good one. I hope you enjoy it, and welcome your comments.