My name is Roberta Wedge and I teach at the University of Westminster. My students tend to be in London studying English for three months to a year, but others have moved here permanently. I teach all ages from 18 up; my oldest student was 69 but most are in their mid-20s, so I think it is safe to assume that they are a technologically aware generation. That doesn't mean that any given individual is particularly sophisticated or active in their use of ICT. As for the level of English, at the moment I am teaching intermediate and upper intermediate.

I use video clips in class, mostly from feature films (often tied to easy readers) and BBC news. Soon I'll learn how this software allows me to insert hyperlinks, so you can see the sort of videos we watch. Ages ago I used a video camera with students, and would like to again, hence signing up for this course.

Things you need to know about me: I am a terrible typist.