Dogme ELT is a "materials-light" methodology and also a very active discussion group.
The discussion group has got a bit hijacked of late in futile debates between the advocates of technology and its detractors but Graham Stanley now suggests a way forward in his Dogme 2.0 for ELT wiki, with a call for "vows" that would outline technology's place in Dogme ELT… Can you (and how…?) use technology and remain "faithful" to Dogme…?
Dogme has been defined as being "conversation-driven, materials-light, focused on emergent language"; all of those things strike me as being "right" and the challenge is how to stay with that and still use technology — without the technology taking over the conversation, and becoming the focus of attention.
One of ways that can be achieved, I think, is that the learners should use technology to create and communicate, not merely to consume… as I've suggested previously.
A similiar definition of Dogme comes from the blurb on a new book on Dogme, Teaching Unplugged: Dogme in English Language Teaching (Luke Meddings and Scott Thornbury, Delta Publishing, 2009): it's a "materials-light, conversation-driven philosophy of teaching that, above all, focuses on the learner and on emergent language" (my italics).