I just got back from a month in Beijing (did I mention that I helped write a Fulbright-Hays grant?), and I talk about bit about my thoughts on learning Mandarin on another blog. More thoughts to come here soon.
I’m excited to share that a chapter that I co-authored has been published!
We got a grant and are headed to Beijing for a month! I’m blogging about it.
[Update, 11/13/2013: Thanks to Facebook comments about this post, I learned about pivot tables. (Thanks, Scott!) This is a far quicker and easier way to do the same thing as the macro linked below. I used this tutorial and got up to speed in no time.] I wish I had thought about looking for […]
The editorial staff is pleased to announce the publication of the third issue of the MSU Working Papers in SLS. It is available online, and you can download a PDF of the entire issue. Below is a copy of the introduction. If you have any questions or comments, please email one of the co-editors, Scott […]
As promised, here’s the Japanese version of the guest post I wrote for Notre Dame Japanese teacher Noriko Hanabusa.
I wrote about my experiences working in Japan for Noriko Hanabusa’s first year Japanese class blog at Notre Dame. I also wrote a Japanese version, which will be coming soon! Check out the goofy picture of me at the top of the post, which is also my photo for my job as Language Technologist (aka […]
Last week, I wanted to create a Venn diagram to visually represent data in a study. One of my colleagues (who shall remain nameless unless he chooses to reveal himself) recommended that I try out GraphJam. So, I visited the site, and I found that it was intuitive and even fun to make a simple, […]
No, it wasn’t plargiarism. It was merely an utter lack of communication from the editor of HITESOL The Word. On January 2, 2009, I submitted a manuscript to the editor. I had received no communciation in return by yesterday, March 8, 2009, so when I ran across a journal that the topic seemed perfect for, […]
My colleagues and I at the Distance Course Design & Consulting Group presented some research at the Hawaii Educational Research Association conference earlier this month, and based on that, I put together the VoiceThread presentation embedded below. (By the way, “Elizabeth Lavolette”? Yeah, that’s my alter-ego.) The research is a comparison of two virtual classroom […]