Texas Language Technology Center
Research Unit Profile
TLTC seeks to improve foreign language instruction by exploring the potential of emerging technologies. In particular, TLTC aims to * develop and implement state-of-the-art instructional materials in foreign languages, especially materials in less commonly taught languages * disseminate foreign language materials and better practices * assess the impact of foreign language instructional technology * increase external funding for foreign language education * create a community of scholars, teachers, and learners interested in exploring foreign language learning
Research Unit Affiliated Faculty
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|Blyth, Carl||French and Italian||French linguistics, technology in language learning|
|Frizzi, Adria||French and Italian||Modern and contemporary literature: Brazilian, Italian, Spanish American, US; Translation studies: theory and practice of translation; Cultural Studies: Modern and contemporary Italy; Italian women …|
|Garza, Thomas||Comparative Literature; Center for Russian, East European and Eurasian Studies; Slavic and Eurasian Studies||Contemporary Russian youth culture; the Chechen wars and conscription in Russia; the vampire myth in Slavic cultures; teaching the cultural component in foreign languages; applications of authentic …|
|Horwitz, Elaine||Curriculum and Instruction||Foreign language anxiety, learner beliefs about language learning, language learning strategies|
|Kelm, Orlando||Teresa Lozano Long Institute of Latin American Studies; Marketing; Spanish and Portuguese||Hispanic linguistics, phonetics, phonology, language and culture for professional purposes, such as Business Spanish and Portuguese. Professor Kelm's current research focuses on the creation of …|
|Koike, Dale||Spanish and Portuguese||Spanish and Portuguese linguistics, applied linguistics, pragmatics and discourse analysis, second language acquisition. Professor Koike's research centers on pragmatics as co-constructed in …|
|Raizen, Esther||Center for Middle Eastern Studies; Middle Eastern Studies||Modern and classical Hebrew language and literature, Jewish history and culture, teaching Hebrew as a foreign language, computer assisted instruction, computational linguistics, academic advising and …|