Teaching general and business English for eight years, primarily with ILC Pacific in Japan, and with The British Institute, Florence. He became interested in CALL while teaching part-time at Temple University, Tokyo, being encouraged by the positive reactions of the students to language learning using computer technology. He now teaches at Temasek Polytechnic, Singapore. He has an Msc in CALL and TESOL from the University of Stirling.
This article details the design of a hypertext decision-making activity located on the Internet for business English students wishing to review exponents and vocabulary associated with conducting business meetings (URL: ). Statistical data from students who contacted the activity world-wide is discussed, and recommendations offered for future development of Internet resources for language learners.