Category: Applied Linguistics

CATEGORIES: ALT, Department Events

ENGL 510, Intro to Computers in Applied Linguistics, end-of-semester showcase

The students of ENGL 510, Intro to Computers in Applied Linguistics, cordially invite you to an end-of-semester showcase of the projects they have developed while learning how to code in Scratch. Scratch is a visual programming language developed at MIT’s Media Lab to teach essential computer programming concepts and skills. This fall’s ENGL 510 group has … Continue reading ENGL 510, Intro to Computers in Applied Linguistics, end-of-semester showcase

December 16, 2019, 12:00-1:30pm | Ross 212
CATEGORIES: ALT, Department Events, TESL

ENGL 120 (Computers and Language) final projects showcase

The students of ENGL 120 (Computers and Language) would like to invite you to a showcase of their final projects Today (12/9) and Wednesday (12/11) from 12:10-1:00 pm in Ross 212. If you have a few minutes, please feel free to stop by to visit with our students and engage with them on their poster … Continue reading ENGL 120 (Computers and Language) final projects showcase

December 11, 2019, 12:10-1:00pm | Ross 212
CATEGORIES: ALT, Department Events, TESL

ENGL 120 (Computers and Language) final projects showcase

The students of ENGL 120 (Computers and Language) would like to invite you to a showcase of their final projects Today (12/9) and Wednesday (12/11) from 12:10-1:00 pm in Ross 212. If you have a few minutes, please feel free to stop by to visit with our students and engage with them on their poster … Continue reading ENGL 120 (Computers and Language) final projects showcase

December 9, 2019, 12:10-1:00pm | Ross 212

Gulbahar Beckett and Tammy Slater Have Published a New Book

Gulbahar Beckett and Tammy Slater, Applied Linguistics and Technology, have just published their book Global Perspectives on Project-Based Language Learning, Teaching, and Assessment: Key Approaches, Technology Tools, and Frameworks. This volume provides a comprehensive account of project-based language learning (PBLL) that showcases key theoretical approaches, empirical research, technological tools, and research-based frameworks to help further … Continue reading Gulbahar Beckett and Tammy Slater Have Published a New Book

CATEGORIES: ALT, Department Events, TESL

TESL/ALT Brown Bag Colloquium Series

We’re very excited about our program this Friday.  Joining us will be members of our ALT program who will be presenting at the Midwest Association of Language Testers (MwALT) conference on October 5th. The complete lineup includes: Dr. Carol A. Chapelle and Dr. YunDeok Choi (Ph.D. Alumni), “What are the linguistic bases for construct definition in … Continue reading TESL/ALT Brown Bag Colloquium Series

September 27, 2019, 12:00-1:00pm | Ross 212
CATEGORIES: Department News, TESL

Gulbahar Beckett Journal Article in RER

Gulbahar Beckett Professor Applied Linguistics and Technology/TESL Journal article, “Evaluating the Research Quality of Education Journals in China: Implications for Increasing Global Impact in Peripheral Countries,” published in the Review of Educational Research.  Juanjuan Zhao / University of Cincinnati Gulbahar H. Beckett /  Iowa State University Lihshing Leigh Wang / University of Cincinnati Journal Article Review … Continue reading Gulbahar Beckett Journal Article in RER