Who are we?
Selfaccess.com is a part of English-To-Go Ltd., the leading provider of ESL and other educational materials over the Internet.
Through our library of over 450 online lessons based on Reuters news articles, students are exposed to fresh, global and contemporary English with the potential for real world communication through well-staged activities.
About English To GoEnglish To Go Ltd ("ETG") sells digital English as a Second Language (ESL) solutions. English-to-go uses the Internet to deliver:
We provide ESL lessons to institutions, teachers and students around the world,
for use either online or in hard copy formats. Our lessons are based on Reuters
English To Go is the most trusted English as a Second Language (ESL) companion
for teachers, students and industry application; providing fully integrated
digital lessons based on topical Reuters news stories and promoting a reliable
teaching outcome through the unique ability to deliver a total learning solution.
Founded in 1998, the company draws on the expertise of a highly qualified international
team of editors and linguists who develop topical lessons that are available
to users through two main Internet sites: www.english-to-go.com and www.selfaccess.com.
Since its inception, the company has built on its strength of developing digital
lessons and now provides a comprehensive suite of customised and off-the-shelf
ESL services with a focus on total learning solutions. English To Go has alliances
with a growing number of international partners, affiliates and distributors.
About www.selfaccess.com www.selfaccess.com is an on-line, interactive, self-scoring
integrated ESL library of digital lessons. Our lessons are used in almost every
country of the world, from Afghani refugee camps in Pakistan to Homeschool parents
in the USA. Some of the organisations that trust and use the resources on a
daily basis include The British Council, Study Group and Oxford Brookes University.
English To Go lessons have been published by Macmillan Press and Reed Elsevier.
Some 80,000 subscribers and millions of students in over 100 countries benefit
from the proven approach and its certainty of outcome. Our English lessons are
carefully prepared to get students interested, encouraged and challenged.
The Japan Times - English-To-Go, the first serious attempt to
teach online via the Internet, is a fun and creative way to learn the
BBC Education Web - An excellent
resource with new articles each week on current issues. Although the site is
designed for English language teachers, the content is equally useful for native
English speakers in Secondary Schools or Home Schooling groups.