Philip L.

Hubbard, PhD
Linguistics Department & Language Center Stanford University, MC2150 Stanford, California 94305-2150 (650) 725-1557 Office: 260-302G phubbard@stanford.edu; www.stanford.edu/~efs/phil Education PhD, Linguistics, University of California, San Diego, 1980 MA, Linguistics, TESOL Specialization, University of California, San Diego, 1978 AB (BA), Communication, Stanford University, 1974 Certifications Certified ACTFL Oral Proficiency Interviewer, 2005-2014 California Community College Credential for TESL, 1987-Lifetime Professional Experience September, 1986 to Present Senior Lecturer, Linguistics Department (1991-Present) Senior Lecturer (by courtesy), School of Education (1995-2001) Lecturer, Linguistics Department (1986-1991) Director, English for Foreign Students (2004-Present) Acting Director, English for Foreign Students (2003-2004) Associate Director, English for Foreign Students (1991-2003) Coordinator of Summer ESL Programs (1986-1991) Stanford University, Stanford, California September, 1982 to August, 1986 Assistant Professor, Linguistics Department, (1984-1986) Lecturer, Linguistics Department (1982-1984) Lecturer, Ohio Program of Intensive English (1982-1984) Ohio University, Athens, Ohio Lecturer, Linguistics Department San Diego State University, San Diego, California January, 2013

August, 1980 to June, 1982 January, 1976 to June, 1980

Teaching Assistant, Linguistics Department (1977-1980) Research Assistant, Linguistics Department (1976-1978) University of California-San Diego, La Jolla, California

2009.pdf Hubbard. (Ed. & Ware.. Spoken Albanian. 1985. Hubbard -2Areas of Interest Computer-assisted language learning Teaching English as a second language Teacher education Applications of linguistics to language teaching Current Professional Organizations ACTFL (American Council on the Teaching of Foreign Languages) APACALL (Asia-Pacific Association for Computer Assisted Language Learning) CALICO (Computer Assisted Language Instruction Consortium) EuroCALL (European Association for Computer Assisted Language Learning) IATEFL (International Association of Teachers of English as a Foreign Language) TESOL (Teachers of English to Speakers of Other Languages) Professional Publications Books Healey. & Prifti. G. Kessler. http://www. S. (Ed. E. Computer Assisted Language Learning. Hubbard. P. New York: Spoken Language Services. P. Hubbard. Ioannou-Georgiou. Ithaca. 2011. P. P.P. VA: TESOL.).org/docs/books/bk_technologystandards_framework_721.). New York: Routledge. Computer Assisted Language Learning. Ioannou-Georgiou. (Ed. & Prifti. Hubbard. Integration. 1982. P. Hubbard. I. New York: Garland Publishers. S.. Volume 4: Present Trends and Future Directions in CALL. P. Hubbard. Kessler. P.. Newmark. Outstanding Dissertations in Linguistics Series. Critical Concepts in Linguistics Series. Computer Assisted Language Learning. & Ware. Volume 1: Foundations of CALL. New York: Routledge.). Volume 3: Computer Mediated Communication for Language Learning. P. Refereed Journal Articles . 2009. New York: Routledge. Haznedari. P. Hubbard. 2009. Hubbard. 2006. Teacher Education in CALL. (Eds. V. Hanson-Smith. L. 2008..tesol. Hubbard. L. VA: TESOL. TESOL Technology Standards Framework. D. Inc.. G.).. P. Critical Concepts in Linguistics Series. Computer Assisted Language Learning. Amsterdam: John Benjamins Hubbard. Healey. Standard Albanian: A Reference Grammar for Students. P. New York: Routledge. 1980.). Stanford: Stanford University Press. (Ed. Hegelheimer. D. 2009.. P. Critical Concepts in Linguistics Series. Volume 2: CALL and Language Skills. Critical Concepts in Linguistics Series. Implementation. M. TESOL Technology Standards: Description. P. & Levy. Alexandria. The Syntax of the Albanian Verb Complex.. P. Alexandria. Newmark.

“25 Years of Theory in the CALICO Journal. Hubbard. “An Integrated Framework for CALL Courseware Evaluation.” Journal of Writing and Pedagogy: 1. Foreign .P. C. Hubbard. P. “CALL and Learner Autonomy: Affordances and Constraints” in M. (2012). Hubbard.” Contact 27. Hubbard. & Hubbard. H.” Computer Assisted Language Learning 18.” CATESOL Occasional Papers.. Contemporary Computer Assisted Language Learning.” English for Specific Purposes Journal. P. P. P. “The Use and Abuse of Meaning Technologies. “Bridging the Gap Between Chaos and Coherence in ESL Composition. P. Reinders.2: 51-72. P. P. P. 2008.innovationinteaching.2: 264-277. 1992.3:141-155. P.” CALICO Journal 25.pdf Hubbard. 11. & Bradin Siskin. P. “A Review of Subject Characteristics in CALL Research. London: Continuum Books. Tsagari and F. 1983. 1988.” In C. and Needed Research. Casanave. P.2 (Special Research Symposium Issue): 82-86.). 2004. Hubbard. 1986. Hubbard -3Hubbard. P.” CATESOL Occasional Papers.). Vol. P. Hubbard. Hubbard. “Interactive Participatory Dramas for Language Learning. 2008. MA: Wiley Blackwell. 10. Exploring the impact of technology implementations on theories and models of language learning. January 1986. 9. “Educating the CALL Specialist.” Simulation and Gaming.” ReCALL 16. 1990. “Alternative Outlining Techniques for ESL Composition.” Computer Assisted Language Learning 16.org/docs/chapter%20-%202012%20Reinders%20and%20Hubbard. Encyclopedia of Applied Linguistics. C.5: 351-368. “Another Look at Tutorial CALL. “CALL and the Future of Language Teacher Education. Hubbard. Chapelle (Ed. “Where Vocabulary Meets Grammar: Verb Subcategorization Errors in ESL Writers” CATESOL Journal 1. P. Hubbard. Pedagogical Issues. H. June 2002: 210-216. Hubbard. Walden. 2005.” Innovation in Language Learning and Teaching 3.” CALICO Journal 6. and M. 2009. 2003. “Uniting Against a Common Enemy: Summary-Reaction Writing as a Whole-Class Activity. “Exploring Text Reconstruction Activities on Computers." Simulation and Gaming.” CALICO Journal 25. Hubbard. D. Hubbard. P. June 1991: 220-223. Burston. & Hubbard. In J. Chapters in Edited Volumes Reinders. “Reflections on Teaching Discourse Functions Using a Science Thesis. (2012). May 1990. Hubbard. (2013). & Hix.” TECFORS. Hubbard. P.2: 175-188.2: 448-461. 1992. 2002. P. “A Survey of Unanswered Questions in CALL. Warschauer (Eds. P. Hubbard. Thomas. 1988. http://www. Doa (Eds). “The Writing Assignments and Writing Problems of Doctoral Students: Faculty Perceptions. 1991 “Evaluating Computer Games for Language Learning. 2001.3: 387-399. P. “Technology and Listening.1: 3-15. 2010.” CAELL Journal. D. 1984. P. Hubbard.

(pp.) CALL Environments (second edition). 2000. 2006.) Teacher Education in CALL.) Calling on CALL: From Theory and Research to New Directions in Foreign Language Teaching. Takeuchi (eds). pp. 2007. 2010.” In M. Hubbard. Hubbard. H. Second Edition.) The Power of CALL. New York: Routledge. & Romeo. 2006. “The Scope of CALL Education” in P.” In L. 2006. Arnold (Eds. P. P. P. P. 2010. P. K. HansonSmith (Eds. 2008. “Critical Issues: Professional Development. Ward (Ed. NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum. Evaluation and Implementation. Blin. How and Why. “Training Ourselves to Train Our Students for CALL” in P. 2004.). 6-19).) New Perspectives on CALL for Second Language Classrooms. Levy. Ryan (Ed. 1996. M. Nicosia. 2000 Hubbard. Hubbard. “Introducing and Using TRACI Talk: The Mystery. “Pervasive CALL Learner Training for Improving Listening Proficiency. Volume 1: Foundations of CALL.” In P. San Marcos. “Learner Training for Effective Use of CALL. “Diversity in CALL Learner Training. Beijing: Foreign Language Teaching and Research Press. New York: Routledge.” in M. & Hubbard. Digital and Networked Foreign Language Learning and Teaching. Ducate and N. Colpaert (Eds. P. P. In M. Hubbard. P.” in J Egbert & E. TX: CALICO. Amsterdam: John Benjamins.. Levy (Eds. Wang & X. Arnold (Eds. Mahwah. Hubbard. Liu (Eds. 2012. Hubbard and M. WorldCALL: International Perspectives on Computer-Assisted Language Learning.’ Singapore: RELC Publications. Pomann. & Hubbard. Houston: Athelstan.) Teacher Education in CALL. Hubbard and M. Hubbard. Hubbard -4Language Instructional Technology: Theory & Practice. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. Stockwell & M.) Computer Assisted Language Learning. “Some Practical Issues in Systemization and Autonomy.) RELC Anthology #51: The Impact of Technology on Language Learning and Teaching: What. TX: CALICO. Peer Perspectives on Systemization. Pennington (Ed. Thomas (Eds). “Evaluating CALL Software.) JALT CALL Recipes. “Elements of CALL Methodology: Development. “Listening to Learn: New Opportunities in an Online World. 2011.) Present and Future Perspectives of CALL: From Theory and Research to New Directions in Foreign Language Teaching. VA: TESOL. D.” in S. Hubbard. P.A. 2011. Alexandria. K. . Romeo. Antwerp: Universiteit Antwerpen. “Teacher Education in CALL: The Seven Central Questions” in W. Levy (Eds. 2009. Simons & J. P. Hubbard.” in K.” In C.). Siskin and O. F. Computer-Assisted Language Learning: Diversity in Research and Practice. Hubbard. In G. P. Ducate and N. Amsterdam: John Benjamins. A Book Review of Wilfried Decoo’s Systemization in Foreign Language Teaching. P. Hubbard (Ed. “General Introduction. P.” in L. “Evaluation of Courseware and Websites. Fotos and C. Hubbard. San Marcos. Mahoney. & Levy. Browne (Eds. 1-20. M. P.P. Cyprus: University of Cyprus Press. Kolaitis. Critical Concepts in Linguistics. M. C. Tokyo: Japan Association of Language Teachers. Hubbard.

P.” in Martha Pennington and Vance Stevens (Eds. “Help Shape TESOL’s New Technology Standards” Proceedings of the Third WorldCALL Conference. Japan. P. http://www. Coady. Hubbard.” 2011. K. 1994. http://www. J. F. P.org/~wcf/proceedings/d-025. G.K. Volume I. . Cyprus. Haynes. Conference Proceedings Hubbard.) Proceedings of the 1995 CALICO Symposium. “Characterizing Theory in Computer Assisted language Learning” Proceedings of the 13th International CALL Conference: Antwerp.1993. 2008.pdf. “Language Teaching Approach. London: Cambridge University Press. Fukuoka. September 2008. Pomann. H. 2008. Smith (Ed. Hubbard. P. August. M.org/~wcf/proceedings/d-009. Durham NC: CALICO. 1995. P. 2012. “Non-Transformational Theories of Grammar: Implications for Language Teaching.) Perspectives on Pedagogical Grammar. Hubbard.j-let. Fukuoka. Fukuoka. Norwood. “Exploring the Impact of Technology Implementations on Theories and Models of Language Learning”. 1987. P. “Pervasive CALL Learner Training for Improving Listening Proficiency. 2008. & Mokhtari. Japan.: Multilingual Matters. “Developing CALL Theory: A New Frontier. Proceedings of the 10th International ELT Conference.. P. Hubbard.” Proceedings of the Third WorldCALL Conference. & Hubbard. 2008.” Proceedings of the JALTCALL Conference.j-let. 2008. Odlin (Ed. P.” in W.” in T. J. S. April 2010.) Computers in Applied Linguistics: An International Perspective. 217-228. Hubbard. pp. “Training Language Learners to Use Technology Effectively”. “Collaborative CALL Strategy Training for Teachers and Learners. 2011.pdf Romeo. Nagoya. Proceedings of the 2011 KAMALL International Conference: New Directions for Blended Learning in EFL. http://www. P. May 2008. Huckin.j-let. 2009.” Proceedings of the Third WorldCALL Conference. P. December 2010. P. 2008. 1995.” in Frank Borchardt (Ed. South Korea: Korean Association of Multimedia-Assisted Language Learning. Coady (Eds. August. P.P.” in T. Hubbard.. Hubbard.) Modern Media in Foreign Language Education. Il: National Textbook. Lincolnwood. “A Methodological Framework for CALL Courseware Development. “Facilitating Learner Autonomy in Blended Learning Environments. K. “High Frequency Vocabulary and Reading Proficiency in ESL Readers. Oman. 2010. P.) Second Language Reading and Vocabulary Learning. Magoto. Japan. & Ioannou-Georgiou. P. 2011. & Hubbard. Graney. University of Cyprus. 1992. Japan. Sultan Qaboos University. Canterbury: IATEFL. Hubbard -5Hubbard. and Design Implications. “Integrating CALL into a Listening Comprehension Course. Clevedon. Gyeonggi-do. August. Nicosia. and J. & Kessler. “Are you Up to Standard? Introducing the TESOL Technology Standards” IATEFL Conference Selections: Glasgow 2012. Hubbard. 2008. U. Proceedings of the First FLIT Conference.. J. New Jersey: Ablex.org/~wcf/proceedings/d-060.pdf. Hubbard. the Evaluation of CALL Software. Hubbard.

M. California. 1996. Computer Assisted Language Learning 17. Berkeley. P. Non-refereed Journal & Newsletter Articles Hubbard. 2005.” Proceedings of the Seventh Annual Meeting of the Berkeley Linguistics Society. P. Todai Listening. 1981. “Adapting Existing Materials for CALL. M. “Dative Clitics in Albanian: Evidence for Syntactic Levels. P. P.” Ohio TESOL Newsletter. J. P. P.com/tesolc/issues/2012-05-01/3.” CALL Digest.” CALL Digest. “ESL Software: Looks Good. & Hubbard. D.1. 1986. 1983. 2004. 2012: http://newsmanager. Hubbard. April. 1986.. Hubbard. Software Todic. Multiattachment. P. 1987. P.” CATESOL Newsletter. 1988. . “Recent Research in Brief. P. 8.3: 143-149. Hubbard. 2011/2012. Hubbard.1. Levy.html. P.P. & Healey. P. “The Teacher in the Machine. Hubbard. Hubbard.commpartners. K & Magoto. “Understanding English Modals Through Space Grammar. and the Unaccusative Hypothesis. 1985. Video Sokolik. Computer Assisted Language Learning 18. 8. 1988. Winter 1986.“Why Call CALL ‘CALL’” (editorial). P. 1983-85. P. Published in both CALL Review Winter 2011 (IATEFL) and On CALL 27.” On CALL. P. Graney. 1979. Hubbard -6Hubbard.. Hubbard. June 1988.” Linguistic Notes from La Jolla. Hubbard. Hubbard. & Hubbard. Hubbard. & Hubbard. J. “Getting to the Bottom Line in Software Evaluation. “Albanian Neapolitan Morphology: Passive. 2012.. “English Teaching in the Year 2032”. Hubbard. 249794. San Francisco: Keen Research. December 1988. Hubbard..” regular column. 1981. 8. P. Summer 1987. 1988. P. Hubbard. “Two Steps Toward a New Methodology for CALL. 1986.” ERIC Document. Untitled editorial on teacher education for CALL.” Kansas Working Papers in Linguistics. Pronunciation Tutor: Pronouncing Th (iPhone/iPod app). No. P. 1985.2 (TESOL). “Report on a Pilot Study of the Relationship of High Frequency Vocabulary Knowledge and Reading Proficiency in ESL Learners. TESOL Connections. O.1. 2011. 2011. “Learning Technologies SIG: Brighton 2011” (Event Review). 27. Also in Ohio University Working Papers in Linguistics and Language Teaching. University of California.” Ohio University Working Papers in Linguistics and Language Teaching. May. 6. March 1988 and July 1988 (two parts). P. “Albanian Reflexives: Violations of Proposed Universals. Coady J. But Does It Work?” CATESOL Newsletter. 2004. Tokyo: Asia Communications Net. “TESOL Technology Standards Update. Ohio TESOL Newsletter. Mokhtari.

C. Cupertino. & Hubbard. Hubbard. Driscoll. C. Interactive Program for Building Listening Comprehension (CD-ROM). Cupertino.. P. CA: Courseware Publishing International. J. Cupertino. CA: Courseware Publishing International. Active English 2: A Multimedia. Interactive Program for Building Listening Comprehension (CD-ROM)(with Carol Culver). P. CA: Courseware Publishing International. Gordon. Cupertino. Cupertino. P. Brinton. Cupertino. & Stevens. Japan. P. CA: Courseware Publishing International. TRACI Talk: The Mystery (CD-ROM). Active English 4: A Multimedia. Hubbard. TESOL CALL Interest Section Public Domain Library. 1992. P. Hubbard. Skimmer/Scanner: The Reading Game. & Rylance. & Culver. Active English Activities I-IV (CD-ROMs).. Aviation Communication (CD-ROM). TESOL CALL Interest Section Public Domain Library. Hubbard. 1994. P. O.0 (CD-ROMs) Cupertino. 1998. MicroReport: Who. San Francisco: Keen Research. P. Cupertino. Version 2. 1993. 1995. C. P. P. CA: Courseware Publishing International. English Vocabulary: Location (CD-ROM). D. Brinton. & Tenney. J. Gordon. P. TESOL CALL Interest Section Public Domain Library. CA: Courseware Publishing International. Hubbard. CA: Courseware Publishing International. Island Paradise. Active English 1: A Multimedia. Active English 3: A Multimedia. Hubbard. CA: Courseware Publishing International. 1996. E. Accelerated English 3 (CD-ROM) (with John Driscoll). Accelerated English 1 (CD-ROM) (with John Driscoll). & Kanamatsu. Pronunciation Tutor: Pronouncing W (iPhone/iPod app). Cupertino. Y. CA: Courseware Publishing International. Accelerated English 4 (CD-ROM). Hubbard.P. Driscoll. 1995. & Hubbard. & Smith. CA and NTT. C. J. Hubbard. HyperACE: HyperCard-Based Aural Comprehension Activities—Intermediate. CA: Athelstan. P. 1994. 1991. CA: Courseware Publishing International. & Hubbard. Hubbard -7Todic. Cupertino. 1993. 1996. J. Hubbard. C. 1994. Driscoll. & Hubbard. 1998. 1997. Cupertino. P. P. CA: Courseware Publishing International. 1993. . La Jolla. 2011. Hubbard. & Culver. P. Fogg City Adventure. Tokyo. K. C. 1994.. & Hubbard. P. P. Cupertino. P. Hubbard. 1992. What. & Hubbard. La Jolla. New York: Gessler Publishing. P. Hubbard. Hubbard. Hubbard. & Rylance. P. CA: Courseware Publishing International. CA: Courseware Publishing International. P. Hubbard. P. Interactive Program for Building Listening Comprehension (CD-ROM) Cupertino. Driscoll. 1998. (field tested 1998-1999). V. 1993. Accelerated English 2 (CD-ROM) (with John Driscoll). D. Joint project of CPI. English House (WWW ESL course for children). 1995. CA: Athelstan. and Where in the USA (with Karen Tenney). Interactive Program for Building Listening Comprehension (CD-ROM). Active English. HyperACE: HyperCard-Based Aural Comprehension Activities—Advanced. Cupertino.

CALICO Journal. Hubbard -8Hubbard. Winter 1990. Invited Presentations. www. www. Previously noted as CALL Mini-Course.edu/class/linguist289/CALL.podomatic. Acumen by Bardon Data Systems. 1988.com/. Bilder Raten by Langenscheidt Software. (book support site). 2002present. . P.edu/~efs/callted. Interviewer) CALL Review (IATEFL). 1990. 1986.stanford.1. P. 2009. Choicemaster. 1988. www. Coady. Matchmaster. Plenaries. Last. Book Reviews Hubbard. 1986.W. J. P. Modern Language Journal.edu/~efs/google (2004: under construction) Teacher Education in CALL. P. & Mokhtari. 6. and Storyboard by Wida Software. TESOL: CALL Interest Section Newsletter. TESOL CALL Interest Section Public Domain Library. J. www. Using Google as a Tool for Writing Instruction. Spring 1992. Open Cloze Authoring System. Hubbard.stanford. Winter 1992. Gapmaster. and Keynotes “Three Paths for Integrating Technology in English Language Teaching and Learning. July and December 2007 (Ke Xu. Episodes 9-11. 74. An Invitation to CALL. Vietnam: September 2012.P.1. 2005-present. Software Reviews Hubbard.edu/~efs/callsurvey. P. 1992. Hubbard. 1. P. Interviewer) Essential Teacher (TESOL).3. September 6. Language Learning & Technology. CALICO Journal. HAL’s Legacy: 2001’s Computer as Dream and Reality.stanford. edited by David G.. K. 76. (book support site). Stork. Reading Strategy Series by Lin Lougheed and Peter Combes. P.stanford.stanford. P. 1989. CALICO Journal. Natural Language Processing Technologies in Artificial Intelligence by Klaus Obermeier. J. www. Magoto. www. Graney. 1997.” Keynote. 2006. Hubbard. 5. Keyword Vocabulary Lessons.stanford/edu/~efs/callcourse2. Hubbard. Hubbard.html A Survey of Unanswered Questions in CALL. Artificial Intelligence Techniques in Language Learning by R. Interviewer) Professional Development Websites Computer Assisted Language Learning: Critical Concepts in Linguistics.edu/~efs/callcc.4 Interviews LearnIT2Teach http://learnit2teach. July 2012 (Jim Edgar. P. 1992.. December 2007 (Michael Thomas. Hubbard. ICT in ELT Teleconference (online). Stalking the Wild Verb Phrase by Robert Fradkin. Modern Language Journal. TESOL CALL Interest Section Public Domain Library.

” Keynote.” Plenary. May 2007. “Teacher Training for Web 2. May 2008. June 2006. “Training Language Learners to Use Technology Effectively. “Exploring the Potential of Online Listening” Plenary. Speech. Diana Yang. “Teaching Listening with Online Resources” Invited Workshop. Hubbard -9“Facilitating Learner Autonomy in Blended Learning Environments. and Post-RELC Seminar. and David Mendelsohn). Australia.” Keynote. “Developing CALL Theory: A New Frontier” Keynote: JALTCALL Conference. and Christine Bauer-Ramazani). 2011 KAMALL International Conference: New Directions for Blended Learning in EFL. GLoCALL Conference. and Christine Bauer-Ramazani). South Korea: Korean Association of Multimedia-Assisted Language Learning. November 2008. Japan. “Integrating Learner Training into CALL Classrooms and Materials. 4th Annual Conference for Technology in Second Language Learning. “Listening to Learn: New Opportunities in an Online World. TESOL: Tampa. GLoCALL Conference. July 2006. New Jersey. Provo. October 2011. March 2007. TESOL: Seattle. “Recent Trends in Listening Strategy Instruction.” Plenary.” Plenary. 1st Annual Ohio University CALL Conference. CALL Interest Section Academic Session. April 2009.” Keynote. Carla Meskill. Oman. CALICO: San Marcos. Mike Levy. Foreign Language Instructional Technology Conference. China. Nicosia. Ames. December 2010. Singapore. Montclair. Rene Jourdenais. Ohio. Texas. Invited Presentation: New Jersey ESL in Higher Education Conference. April 2010. TESOL: New Orleans. Paige Ware. Indonesia. Claire Bradin Siskin. University of Cyprus. 10th International ELT Conference. “Preparing the Next Generation of CALL Practitioners.” Invited presentation (with Greg Kessler.0 and Beyond. “CALL Research Determines Effective CALL Practice: Misconception or Myth?” Invited presentation (with John Madden.” Invited presentation (with Carole Mawson.P.” Keynote. “Exploring the impact of technology implementations on theories and models of language learning. Pacific Second Language Research Forum: Brisbane. April 2009. “Subject and Treatment Characteristics in CMC Research. Angel BishopPetty.” Invited colloquium (with Robert Debski. March 2006. Athens. Utah. Indonesia. Jakarta. and Glenn Stockwell). “CALL Theory. Pronunciation. 44th RELC International Seminar. and Claire Bradin Siskin). Joy Egbert. . Cyprus. and Listening Interest Section Academic Session. “The Case for Learner Training in CALL. March 2011.” Invited presentation (with Carol Chapelle.” Invited Presentation. Computer Assisted Language Learning Interest Section Academic Session. Nagoya. October 2009. “Teacher Education in CALL: The Seven Central Questions. Robert Engel. Jakarta and Yogyakarta. Intermountain TESOL Conference. Bangkok. Daejon.” Plenary. International Conference on Computer Assisted Language Learning: Beijing. “CALL and the Future of Language Teacher Education. September 2006. Iowa. Sultan Qaboos University. November 2008.

Stanford University School of Education Annual Forum: May.” EuroCALL Conference. Jakarta and Yogyakarta. Hayo Reinders.” EuroCALL Conference. . April 1987. 1987. MA. 2004. Conference on the Teaching of Modern Greek: Stanford. 1987. January 1988. August 2012. June 2010. Judith Matsunobu and Laura Perez) International TESOL: Miami. Indonesia. TESOL: Denver. “Blended Learning in an Advanced ESL Listening Class” (with Ken Romeo). “Building for Autonomy in an Advanced Listening Course. Glenn Stockwell. September 2010. IATEFL Conference. June 2010. MA. “Moving Forward with the TESOL Technology Standards” (with Deborah Healey). California.” Invited presentation.” Invited presentation.” Invited presentation. and Cynthia White).” Invited paper. Toronto: Ontario TESOL. “Workshop in Software Evaluation. August 2002. CALICO: Amherst.” Invited presentation (with Norman Johnson. CALICO: Tempe. Bordeaux. “Leading Ideas in Twentieth Century Language Teaching Methodology. September 2010. TESOL: Long Beach. “Diversity in CALL Learner Training. March-April. “The Learner in Changing CALL Environments” (with Jozef Colpaert. March 2009. 10th International CALL Conference: Antwerp. College/University Level Luncheon. “Language Teaching Approach: the Missing Dimension in CALL Software Evaluation. “In the Beginning Was the Word: the Status of the Lexicon in Linguistic Theory and Language Teaching.” GLoCALL Conference. Gothenburg. Glasgow. “A Survey of Unanswered Questions in CALL. December 1983. “A Syntactic Approach to Non-Active Verb Morphology in Albanian. Arizona. November 2008. “The Relationship of ESL and Foreign Language Teaching. “An Invitation to CALL: A Guided Tour of Computer Assisted Language Learning. Colorado. March 2009. May. “Introducing the TESOL Technology Standards for Teachers and Learners” (with Greg Kessler). November 2000. ECC National Conference on Computers and Reading Disabilities: San Francisco. CALICO: Amherst. Selected Conference Presentations “Curation for Systemization of Authentic Content for Autonomous Learning. EuroCALL Conference.” Invited presentation. “Are you up to standard? Introducing the TESOL Technology Standards” (with Sophie Ioannou-Georgiou and Greg Kessler). American Association of Slavic and Eastern European Languages: New York.” (with Ken Romeo). “The Use and Abuse of Meaning Technologies. Bordeaux. Hubbard -10CALL Interest Section Academic Session. March 2012. Florida. 1987.” Invited speaker. CATESOL State Conference: Pasadena.P.” Keynote. March.

Treatment. “Technology. Third WorldCALL Conference. “Using Google in an Advanced Writing Class.” TESOL: San Antonio. May 2006. “Another Look at Tutorial CALL. March 2006. Canada. “CALL Strategy Training for Teachers” (with Howard Pomann). “From HyperACE to FlashACE: Repurposing Listening Exercises for the Web” (with Ken Romeo). “Help Shape TESOL’s New Technology Standards” (with Greg Kessler). April 2005. March-April.” EuroCALL Conference: Granada. and Materials for Web Listening.” (with Claire Bradin Siskin) International TESOL: Salt Lake City. CALICO: Honolulu. Essen. September 2008 “Characterizing Theory in Computer Assisted language Learning.” (with Greg Kessler and John Madden) International TESOL: Baltimore. TESOL: Tampa. “Aspects of Subject. May 2003. Michigan. Székesfehérvár. Canada. August 2008. “A Mini-Course for CALL Teacher Training. April 2005. “CALL Strategy Training for Teachers and Learners” (with Marinna Kolaitis. September 2008.” CALICO: Ottawa. and Howard Pomann). September 2003.” AILA Conference. Germany. CA. “Educating the CALL Specialist. Japan.” CALICO: San Marcos. May 2006. Third WorldCALL Conference. “What we Can Learn by Becoming a Learner: Experiencing CALL from the Other Side. June 2004. August 2008.” 12th International CALL Conference: Antwerp. CALICO: Honolulu.” (with Claire Bradin Siskin) WorldCALL: Banff. May 2005. Japan. May 2003. September 2004.” TESOL: San Antonio. Japan.” EuroCALL: Vienna. September 2004. May 2007.” EuroCALL: Limerick. “Using Google as a Tool for Writing Instruction. CALICO: San Francisco. “The Scope of CALL Teacher Education.” EuroCALL Conference. Mary Ann Mahoney. “CALL Learner Training in a Listening Course” (with Ken Romeo). “Promoting Learner Autonomy in Web-Based Listening. April 2002. Lynn Meng.P. “Pervasive CALL Learner Training for Improving Listening Proficiency” (with Ken Romeo). Hungary. “A Role-based Theoretical Framework for CALL. 2004. August 2008. . CALICO: Pittsburgh. March 2008. Texas. “CALL Strategy Training for Teachers and Learners” (with Marinna Kolaitis. and Ellen Stavitsky). “The Many Interfaces of CALL Listening. Third WorldCALL Conference. and Data Collection Trends in Current CALL Research. August 2006. “When Teachers Become Learners: Insights on CALL from the Other Side” (with Marinna Kolaitis and Barbara Foley).” 13th International CALL Conference: Antwerp.” CALICO: East Lansing. August 2008. “A CALL Supplement for a Methodology Course. Techniques. April 2003 “Reassessing the Role of Tutorial CALL. September 2006. “Training Learners to Interact with Interactive Software. Fukuoka. Hubbard -11“Introducing the TESOL Technology Standards for Teachers and Students. TESOL: Long Beach.” 11th International CALL Conference: Antwerp. “Collaborative CALL Strategy Training for Teachers and Learners” (with Howard Pomann).” (poster session) WorldCALL: Banff. Fukuoka. Fukuoka. May 2003. Spain.

February 1988. International TESOL: Chicago.” CATESOL State Conference: San Francisco. “Extending and Enhancing Interactional Sequences in Tutorial CALL.” TESOL: St.” CALICO: USAF Academy. “Exploring Computer-Based Listening Activities. “Language Teaching Approach: the Missing Dimension in CALL Software Evaluation. April 1988. “Teaching Agents in Tutorial CALL.” CATESOL State Conference: Santa Clara. October 1985.” CATESOL Northern Regional Conference: Canada College. “Integrating CALL into a Listening Comprehension Course. May 1986. and Participatory Dramas. “Control Issues in CALL Software Development and Implementation. Utah. Hubbard -12“The Challenge of Learner Training for CALL. April 1989. Utah. March 1991. “Grammar Theory and Language Teaching: Recent Trends and Implications. Why and How. “Uniting Against a Common Enemy: Summary-Reaction Writing as a Whole-Class Activity. March 1986. February 1988. March 2001.” CATESOL State Conference: Long Beach. November 1987. March 2002.” (with Christine Pearson Casanave) International TESOL: Chicago. Meaning Technologies. Pasadena. “A Principled Framework for CALL Software Evaluation. June 1995.” CALICO: Salt Lake City. Colorado Springs. Louis. June 1999. March 1988.” CALICO: Oxford. “Developing and Using Language Teaching Software: What to Do While We're Waiting for Artificial Intelligence. California. “Understanding Interactional Sequences in Tutorial CALL. “Anticipatory Interaction: the Role of the Teacher in CALL Software Development. “Language Teaching Approaches and CALL: Some Software Design Criteria. April 1988.” (presenter and session chair) International TESOL: San Francisco. “Toward a Comprehensive Framework for CALL Software Development” (presenter and session chair). April 1991. Vermont. “Text Reconstruction Activities on Computer: What. “Faculty Expectations on Required Writing Tasks in Doctoral Coursework. April 1989.” International TESOL: Anaheim. “Evaluating Software for Teacher Fit and Learner Fit.” CALICO: Atlanta.” NAFSA Regional Conference: Athens.” CALICO: Middlebury.” CALICO: Orlando. .P. Ohio. March 1988 and CATESOL State Conference: San Francisco. March 2001. “Developing Computer-Based Listening Materials. April 1991.” International TESOL: New York.” CALICO: Salt Lake City. June 2000. California.” CATESOL State Conference. March 1990. March 1987 “Language Teaching Approaches and the Evaluation of CALL Software. “Implementing Explicit Learning Approaches in CALL.” CALICO: Davis.” CALICO: Tucson. “Taming Teaching Agents.” Computer Assisted Language Learning and Instruction Consortium (CALICO): Annapolis.

1991-1994. Associate Editor. “Computer Enhancement of Existing ESL Text Materials. 2009-present. Computer Assisted English Language Learning Journal. Hubbard -13“Workshop in Computer Materials for ESL. Phillip Markley. Ohio University Center for International Studies). May 1983.” Ohio TESOL Fall Conference: Dayton. 1988-90. Language Learning & Technology. 2011-Present Language Learning & Technology. CALICO Journal. “Introducing and Practicing Reading Skills and Strategies Through the Computer.” Berkeley Linguistics Society. 76. 2002-present. Co-editor (with Peter Tiersma).” (with Patrick Kelley) Ohio TESOL Spring Conference: Columbus. 1983-86. Reviewer Positions . 2002-present. TESOL Matters.P. 2005-2011 Computer-Assisted Language Learning. “Open Cloze: a Cloze Authoring System for Microcomputers. Oregon TESOL Journal. Editorial Positions Language Learning & Technology. 1979. Courseware Review Editor. Ohio TESOL Newsletter. Studies in Austronesian Linguistics (Monograph No. Editorial Board. Language Learning & Technology. Editorial Board. Southeast Asia Series. Journal of Writing and Pedagogy. April.” Ohio TESOL Spring Conference: Columbus. "On CALL" column Editor. “Microcomputer-Based Reading Tutorials for Advanced Level Business and Engineering Students. 2011-2012 ReCALL. Editorial Board.” International TESOL: Houston. 2008-present. “Computer Aided Language Learning at the Ohio Program of Intensive English: A Survey of In-House Materials. October 1983. November 1983. 1988. October 1983. November 1983.” (with Patrick Kelley) Midwest Regional TESOL: Minneapolis. San Diego. “Dative Clitics in Albanian: Evidence for Syntactic Levels. Ohio University Working Papers in Linguistics and Language Teaching. Assistant Editor. 1985-86. California. 2007.” Midwest Regional TESOL: Cincinnati. Editorial Board. Special Issue on Listening and Technology. “Computer Aided Language Learning: Its Place in the ESL Reading Curriculum. CALL Interest Section Column Editor. Associate Editor.” Ohio TESOL Fall Conference: Dayton. February. and Charles Mickelson) Ohio TESOL Fall Conference: Athens.” Midwest Regional TESOL: Minneapolis. April 1985. October 1984. Berkeley. Linguistic Notes from La Jolla. March 1984. CALICO Journal. “Relational Grammar and Language Teaching. Editorial Board. Editorial Board. 1981. Editor. “Understanding English Modals Through Space Grammar.” (with Jeffrey Magoto. October 1985. University of California. Guest Editor. 2010. 1991-1998. Action Research Column Editor.

November 2011. Santa Clara California. CALICO. Foreign Language Annals. Other Professional Activities Technology Standards Task Force and Writing Team. Ohio TESOL. Steering Committee. TESOL. 2005-2007 Steering Committee. 2001-present. 1984 Midwest Regional TESOL Conference. Reviewer. International Journal of Education and Development in ICT. 2006-2011 Chair. International Reviewer. January 2011Present. 1997-2000. 2001. . 2006. 1984-85. Australia.P. 2009-2010. Monash University. Regional Representative. 1991-93. Co-Chair. Reviewer. 2002-2003. Language@Internet. Associate Reviewer. TESOL. 2010. Academic Consultations and Workshops Mission College. 2004-2009 Executive Board. Technology Advisory Committee. CALICO. 2009. Taiwan. Language Teaching: Surveys and Studies. TESOL Journal. Chair. Reviewer. Simulation and Gaming. International Advisory Board. 1985-86. President’s Technical Advisory. Clearinghouse for ESL Public Domain Software. 1991-92. Language Learning & Technology. Courseware Development Special Interest Group. Reviewer. Courseware Special Interest Group. Hubbard -14System. Special Issue Reviewer. 2005-2008. Special Issue Reviewer. CALICO. CALICO. Reviewer. 2009. Computer Assisted Language Learning Interest Section of TESOL. 2008-2009. 1988-91. 1993-94. Executive Board. Research Centre for New Media in Language Learning. Program Committee Co-Chair. 2002. CALICO Journal. Nominations Committee. Computer Assisted Language Learning Interest Section of TESOL. National Taipei College of Business and National Changhua University of Education. Director. CALICO. 1997-2005. Modern Language Journal. Journal of Intercultural Pragmatics. Nominations Committee. 1998-2001. Melbourne. CALICO. Language Issues. 2007. Workshops on listening and language learning in the digital age. Special Issue Reviewer. Co-Chair. Reviewer. 2011. Reviewer.

Tokyo. Collaborating on CALL teacher and learner training project. Korea. Invited presentation and project consultations. Stanford University. Universitas Hasanuddin. 1990-92. Waseda University. Invited presentation to language faculty. Assisted in developing a set of function-based materials for secondyear Arabic under a grant from Consortium for Language Teaching and Learning. Australia. June 2008. Union County College. Oman. Australia. October 2002-June 2006. Conducted postgraduate workshop on software evaluation and CALL learner training. Medan. School of Languages and Linguistics. Brisbane. September-October 2006 Griffith University. UK. Sultan Qaboos University. Yogyakarta. Workshops on technology for language learning. October 2011. Indonesia. External Program Reviewer. US State Department. University of Pittsburgh and Carnegie Mellon University. Hubbard -15Seoul National University and Hankuk University of Foreign Studies. Sanata Dharma University. Santa Clara California. Aristotle University of Thessaloniki. December 2004. Japan. Makassar. October 2009. July 2008-September 2009. April 2010. 1990-93. April 2008. Series of seminars on teacher and learner training sponsored by the Indonesia Regional English Language Office. Greece. October 2002-present. New Jersey. Stanford University. University of Luton. . November 2008. Pittsburgh Science of Learning Center. Union County College. Conducted staff workshop in developing autonomy for web-based listening. Griffith University. Consulted on project to develop an online repository for workplace ESL materials. New Jersey. Universitas Negeri Medan. Workshop on engaging students through online listening and vocabulary development. Collaborating on a project to develop a support website for thesis and dissertation writing. Seminars on autonomy and blended learning. Brisbane. Assisted in development of videotapes and a workbook for training teachers of uncommonly taught languages under a grant from the Consortium for Language Teaching and Learning.P. Mission College. Sponsored by the US State Department. Luton. July 2006.