Dr. Ania Lian, Senior Lecturer, School of Education, Charles Darwin University, Australia
Ania Lian is Senior Lecturer in Teaching and Learning in the School of Education at Charles Darwin University, Darwin, Australia. She is a member of the Editorial Board of the Rangsit Journal of Arts and Sciences. Since 1993, she has held positions at various universities in Australia, with her work focusing on critical pedagogy and the use of technology in second language learning and in education in general. She has been a keynote speaker at a number of national conferences and is regularly invited to evaluate national and international conference papers in technology and education (e.g. for the International Association for Development of the Information Society, IADIS, and lately for the Applied Linguistics Association of Australia). For more information please go to https://sites.google.com/site/lianania/
Editorial Board members.
Assistant Professor Dr. Sandro Barros, Department of Teacher Education, Michigan State University, USA.
Sandro Barros’s research interests focus on broad issues connected with multilingual development, culture, and language politics in K-16 curricula. He is interested in how the study of languages other than English (LOTE) shapes the public’s perception of citizenship and belonging within the context of the nation-state. He analyzes the connections between ideologies of language learning and how they support truth regimes that influence multilingual pedagogy discourse. Barros asks: How do intellectuals and policymakers exercise their institutional power to influence public thought in the name of the common good? How do second language pedagogy discourses reinforce monolingual ideologies and how do they assist us in cultivating linguistic diversity?
Associate Professor Dr. Pham Vu Phi Ho, Van Lang University, Vietnam
Pham Vu Phi Ho used to be a Vice-President of Van Hien University and Vice-President of Baria Vungtau University. In 2014, he worked for Gyeongju University, South Korea as an Assistant Professor. In terms of research activities, he has published 47 research articles in both local and International Journals (ISI/Scopus-indexed), and 7 books of which two are course books for the undergraduate program at HCMC Open University, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam, one course-book was used for both the undergraduate and graduate level at Lourdes College, Higher Education Department, Cagayan de Oro City, Philippines. He is the Vice President for Administrative Affairs of AsiaCALL and an editorial member of its Online Journal. He is also an editor for the Asian Journal of Applied Linguistics (Scopus-Q3), and the International Journal of English Linguistics, and a peer reviewer for some international Journals indexed in ISI/Scopus such as Computer Assisted Language Learning, Open Sage, International Journal of Instruction. His main interests include Academic Writing, peer responses, translation, teaching methodologies, and technology-enhanced learning. His articles may be found at https://www.phamho.com/articles
Dr. Harald Kraus, Lecturer, Thammasat University, Thailand
Harald Kraus is currently a Lecturer in English at Thammasat University. He has previously researched the use of blogs and digital magazines as part of a project-based approach to English language pedagogy. Research and teaching interests include higher education management, discourse analysis and semiotics as a foundation to developing critical thinking skills. He has also done research on the use of technology and gaming in large classes in ELT (in China).
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Professor Dr. Andrew Lian, Suranaree University of Technology, Thailand and Ho Chi Minh City Open University, Viet Nam; Professor Emeritus, University of Canberra, Australia
Andrew Lian specialises in the methodology of teaching foreign/second languages and has had a special interest in the uses of modern technology to enhance learning since the late 1970s. He is one of the pioneers of Technology-Enhanced Language-Learning in Australia. Currently he holds the title of Professor in the School of Foreign Languages at Suranaree University of Technology, Nakhon Ratchasima, Thailand, and Ho Chi Minh Open University, XTp. HCM, Viet Nam. Previously, he was Professor and Chair of the Department of Foreign Languages and Literatures at Western Illinois University in the United States. Prior to that he had been Professor of Humanities and Director of the Center for the Study of Languages at Rice University, Houston, TX, USA and Professor and Head of the School of Languages and International Education at the University of Canberra in Australia. He has held further Professorial appointments and been Head of department in two other universities in Australia (James Cook University and Bond University). His current research interests include the development and use of multimedia databases in language teaching and learning. More details can be found at http://andrewlian.com and http://gocultures.com/apl
Associate Professor Dr. Ali Rahimi, Bangkok University, Thailand
Ali Rahimi, is an Associate Professor at Bangkok University. He is the author of 14 books and has worked with CPRA, Bulgarian ELT, BAU Turkey, Korean Educational Development, LINELT, and other international organizations. He is a guest editor of Elsevier, Social and Behavioral Sciences. He is the editor-in-chief of Global Journal of Foreign Language Teaching.
Associate Professor Dr. Pannathon Sangarun, Suranaree University of Technology, Thailand
Pannathon Sangarun is an Associate Professor in the School of Foreign Languages, Suranaree University of Technology, Nakhon Ratchasima, Thailand. She is the Coordinator for graduate courses in Technology-Enhanced Language Learning at Suranaree University of Technology. She has been Chief Editor of the ThaiTESOL Bulletin, an international peer-reviewed research journal published by Thailand TESOL. Her research interests are in the areas of task-based language learning, and technology enhanced language learning. She has published several articles in the field, including: Sangarun, J (P). (2005). The effects of focusing on meaning and form in strategic planning. In Ellis, R., Planning and task-performance in a second language. Amsterdam/Philadelphia: John Benjamins Publishing Company.