Category: Applied Linguistics

6th LINGUISTICS CHALLENGE

After a 4-year hiatus, brought to us by the pandemic, the ISU Linguistics Challenge is returning on Thursday November 16. The Linguistics Challenge, started by Greta Muller Levis when she served as the advisor for the Linguistics program, is our recruiting event in which high school students from around Iowa visit ISU to learn about … Continue reading 6th LINGUISTICS CHALLENGE

November 16, 2023, 8:30am-2:00pm | Great Hall, Memorial Union

Technology for Second Language Learning Conference — Advancing Technologies — Expanding Research

Iowa State University’s Applied Linguistics Program hosts the Technology for Second Language Learning Conference (TSLL) each fall. Each year the conference organizing committee creates a conference theme that reflects emerging areas of research-practice synergies. The 2023 conference will provide a forum for researchers, teachers, and course developers to explore the contributions of research in advancing … Continue reading Technology for Second Language Learning Conference — Advancing Technologies — Expanding Research

October 19-21, 2023, 3:45-6:00pm | Various rooms in Ross Hall and online

Agata Guskaroska receives a 2023 Graduate Student Research Grant Award

Agata Guskaroska is a recipient of the 2023 Graduate Student Research Grant Award for her project “Exploring educators and students’ technology acceptance through the lenses of the TAM model”. The aim of this study is to explore the factors that influence acceptance of an ASR tool for pronunciation learning by investigating educators’ and students’ perspectives and experiences … Continue reading Agata Guskaroska receives a 2023 Graduate Student Research Grant Award

Ananda Muhammad awarded a Graduate Student Research Grant

Congratulations Ananda Muhammad! Below is her dissertation title and a brief description of the study: Designing an interaction-oriented diagnostic assessment of L2 pragmatic competence: An evidence-centered design approach This dissertation study seeks to develop an empirically based diagnostic assessment of L2 pragmatic competence, the ability to recognize and express communicative functions effectively and appropriately in … Continue reading Ananda Muhammad awarded a Graduate Student Research Grant