Summer has gotten off to a great start in the world of Macmillan Education apps. The team is delighted have won the ELTon award for Innovation in Learner Resources with our mobile application Sounds: The Pronunciation App at the 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.
“We’re absolutely thrilled to have received this prestigious award from the British Council for the Sounds app. The feedback from users of the app has been fantastic, and it’s great to see this recognized by the ELTons judges. We always knew that there was real potential with the recent developments in mobile devices for producing a tool that could really help students and teachers with the sometimes tricky topic of English pronunciation.”
Sounds: The Pronunciation App is based on the best-selling Macmillan title Sound Foundations byAdrianUnderhill. As a mobile app, it helps students and teachers study, practise and play with English pronunciation wherever they are.
Download the app for free here.