Flipping the Classroom to Teach English for Academic Purposes (with Ilka Kostka). TESOL, Baltimore, MA, April.
Adding an Additional Oral English Language Assessment After University Admission (with Annie Hsu). LTRC, Palermo, Italy, June 22.
Flipping the classroom to teach English for Academic Purposes (with Ilka Kostka). MATSOL 2015, Framingham, MA.
Development of a Hybrid Online Italian Placement Test. Poster presentation with Gina Maiellaro, ECOLT 2015, Georgetown University, Washington, D.C., October 8.
Developing a Pathway Program Graduate Research Methods Course (with Natasha Watson). MATSOL 2014, Framingham, MA, May 8.
Exploring Attitudes and Technology Use for Learning English in a Flipped Classroom: A Comparison of ESL and EFL Courses (with Wen Fang and Li Ping Cheng). 8th Annual WUSIEP Conference, Wuhan University, July 19.
Approaches to Validation of Inferences and Actions: 1984-2011 (with Carol A. Chapelle). MwALT 2012, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign, October 6.
Development and Implementation of Learner Outcomes in an IEP (with Barbara Schwarte, Jarred Brinkmann, & Kristi Ver Mulm). Mid-TESOL 2011, St. Louis University, St. Louis, Mo., October 22.
Confronting Development, Administration, and Technical Issues Involving Online Achievement Tests. (with Barbara Schwarte, Jarred Brinkmann, & Kristi Ver Mulm), MwALT 2011, Iowa State University, Ames, IA, September 16, 2011
Using Corpus Data to Develop a Test of Collocational Ability. Poster presentation at MwALT 2010, Wright State University, Dayton, OH, September 25.
Developing Measures for Instructional Comparison Research: Exploring Competing User Needs (with Carol Chapelle). MwALT 2009, Purdue University, West Lafayette, IN, November 7, 2009
Technical Issues in Comparing CALL with Classroom Learning in a Blended Curriculum (with Carol Chapelle and Susan Matson). CALICO 2009, Arizona State University, Tempe, AZ, March 12, 2009
Measuring Knowledge of Lexical Collocations: Comparing Item Types on Web-Based Tests. MWALT 2008, Iowa City, Iowa, September 20, 2008, BEST STUDENT PAPER AWARD.
English through Hangul: Correction of loan words in Korean. Poster presentation at Hawai’i Teachers of
English to Speakers of Other Languages, La’ie, HI, February 19.
Learning English Through Repurposed Feature Films (with Alan Melby and Ray Graham). 9th Annual Global Chinese Conference on Computers in Education, La’ie, HI, June 6-9.
The EFR Approach to Using Feature Films in Language Learning. Demonstration presented at the
3rd Annual Asia TEFL Conference in Beijing, China, November 4-6.
Useful Language Assessment with Technology, Two three-hour workshops for English (EFL) and Chinese instructors at the University of Chemical Technology, Beijing, China, July 4-5, 2016.
PODCASTS, WEBINARS, & ONLINE INTERVIEWS
The Corpus-Based Approach to Language Teaching and Learning and its Relevance to International Students An interview with Randi Reppen, Ph.D. (Professor of Applied Linguistics at Northern Arizona University) Interviewers: Erik Voss, Ph.D. & Crissy McMartin-Miller, Ph.D., March, 2015. https://nuonline.mediaspace.kaltura.com/media/GSS+Webinar+-+The+Corpus-Based+Approach/1_thxp0s8m
Interpreting Scores on English Language Proficiency Tests. Invited webinar for Global Student Success at Northeastern University, Boston, MA, October 29, 2014.
Participation and Classroom Strategies. Invited workshop presented at Faculty Development Event, Northeastern University, Boston, MA, March 1, 2013
Interview with Professor Carol A. Chapelle for Cambridge Press Applied Linguistics Zone, April, 2010. http://www.cambridge.org/gb/elt/teachers/zones/custom/item5633959/Applied-Linguistics-Your-podcasts/?site_locale=en_GB¤tSubjectID=2325595#VossChapelle
Podcasting for Language Teachers Workshop. Ames, Iowa, November 18, 2008.
Orientation to Flash. CALL Club Workshop, ALT Program, ISU, Ames, Iowa, November 12, 2008.
Working with ESL Students: Issues in the Writing Classroom in the US. (with Edna Lima, Jim Ranalli and Jing Xu) ISUComm workshop W-Fair, Ames, Iowa, October 19, 2006.