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Digital Spaces and Games in the Context of Language Teaching and Learning

Monday, October 18

In this session, we will explore the ways in which various types of digital games can be useful for language teaching and learning. Specifically, the presentation will use examples of current projects to explore design and implementation principles for place-based and mixed-reality games.

Discussant: Julie Sykes earned her Ph.D. from the University of Minnesota. She is the Director of CASLS and an Associate Professor in the Department of Linguistics. Her research focuses on applied linguistics and second language acquisition with an emphasis on technological and pedagogical innovation for interlanguage pragmatic development and intercultural competence.