Carol A. Chapelle, Distinguished Professor of Liberal Arts and
Sciences and Professor of TESL/applied linguistics, is
Co-Editor of the
Cambridge Applied Linguistics Series.
Her research explores issues at the intersection of
computer technology and applied linguistics. Her books are
Computer applications in second language acquisition: Foundations
for teaching, testing, and research
(Cambridge University Press, 2001) and
English language learning
and technology: Lectures on applied linguistics in the age of information and
communication technology (John Benjamins, 2003).
books focus on language assessment and research methods: Assessing
technology (Chapelle & Douglas; Cambridge University Press,
2006), Inference and generalizability in applied linguistics
(Chalhoub-Deville, Chapelle & Duff, editors; John Benjamins
Publishing, 2006), ESOL tests and testing: A resource for teachers
and administrators (Stoynoff & Chapelle; TESOL Publications, 2005).
Her most recent books are Building a validity argument for the
English as a Foreign Language (Routledge, 2008) and Tips for
teaching with CALL (Pearson-Longman, 2008).
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