5 recent publications & talks on language learning & technology

An, X., Chai, C. S., Li, Y., Zhou, Y., Shen, X., Zheng, C., & Chen, M. (2022). Modeling English teachers’ behavioral intention to use artificial intelligence in middle schools. Education and Information Technologies, 1-22. (URL)

Kumar, B. A., & Goundar, M. S. (2022). Developing mobile language learning applications: a systematic literature reviewEducation and Information Technologies, 1-21. (URL)

Charles, M. (2022). Student Autonomy and Data-driven Learning in English for Academic Purposes. (URL)

Taghizadeh, M., & Basirat, M. (2022). Investigating pre-service EFL teachers’ attitudes and challenges of online teachingComputer Assisted Language Learning, 1-38. (URL)

Veiga Norlander, C. (2022). L2 Vocabulary Acquisition: An Investigation into the Effectiveness of PlayPhrase. me as a Tool for Learning English Vocabulary for Swedish Level 9 Students. (URL)

Corpus & applied linguistics research 2022 registration link

Free online event “Corpus & applied linguistics research 2022”

Corpus linguistics and Second Language Acquisition

Prof Tony McEnery, University of Lancaster

October 5, 18:00 (Madrid time) / 17:00 (UK time)

Who’s in this corpus? Looking at language and identity with (and without) demographic metadata

Dr Gavin Brookes, University of Lancaster

October 12, 18:00 (Madrid time) / 17:00 (UK time)

Corpus linguistics and the discursive construction of migrants

Dr Charlotte Taylor, University of Sussex

October 19, 18:00 (Madrid time) / 17:00 (UK time)

A corpus-friendly analysis of fragmentary constructions in English

Prof Javier Pérez Guerra, Universidad de Vigo

October 26, 18:00 (Madrid time) / 17:00 (UK time)

Free event registration link

Registration link

After the registration, you’ll receive an email with the webinar link for the four talks. This is the same link for all four talks.

You can check out the 2021 talks here:

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCKjKIIQL6u1mXD2V9ZaT-_Q/featured

This online event is organized by the Universidad de Murcia and the E020-07 research group (Lenguajes de especialidad, corpus lingüísticos y lingüística inglesa aplicada a la ingeniería del conocimiento).

Coordination: Prof Pascual Pérez-Paredes

Some interesting new research on corpora, technology and language learning

Curry, N. (2022). On Corpus-Based Contrastive Linguistics and Language Pedagogy: Reimagining Applications for Contemporary English Language Teaching. In: McCallum, L. (eds) English Language Teaching. English Language Teaching: Theory, Research and Pedagogy. Springer, Singapore. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-981-19-2152-0_14

Li, L. X. (2022). Meta-Analytical Approach to the Impact of Corpus-Driven Teaching on Foreign Language AcquisitionMobile Information Systems2022. https://doi.org/10.1155/2022/5049312

Ng, C.H., Cheung, Y.L. (2022). Teaching and Learning English in the European Union: A Research Review. In: McCallum, L. (eds) English Language Teaching. English Language Teaching: Theory, Research and Pedagogy. Springer, Singapore. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-981-19-2152-0_2

Nishigaki, C., Akasegawa, S., & Oghigian, K.(2022). Development of an Online DDL Tool for Secondary School Learners千葉大学教育学部研究紀要70, 289-297. https://opac.ll.chiba-u.jp/da/curator/900120471/S13482084-70-P289.pdf

Tafazoli, D. (2022). English Language Teachers’ Attitudes Towards Computer-Assisted Language Learning: SWOT Analysis in Spain. In: McCallum, L. (eds) English Language Teaching. English Language Teaching: Theory, Research and Pedagogy. Springer, Singapore. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-981-19-2152-0_16

Yasaman Iravi & Ali Malmir (2022) The effect of lexical tools and applications on L2 vocabulary learning: a case of English academic core words, Innovation in Language Learning and Teaching, DOI: 10.1080/17501229.2022.2102638