SPLIS Webinar: Integrating ASR-Dictation Practice Into your Pronunciation Teaching

When:  Jan 21, 2021 from 03:00 PM to 04:00 PM (ET)

Description

This webinar will describe recent research on the usefulness of Automatic Speech Recognition (ASR) dictation practice for pronunciation learning and teaching, including a look at our recent research into the accuracy of Google Voice Typing for non-native speech. The second part of the webinar will provide tips for getting started with ASR dictation practice, including lessons we have learned while working with ASR technologies.

Presenters

IopWPLADSfiUMWGeyO3R_temp.jpgShannon McCrocklin is an assistant professor in the Department of Linguistics at Southern Illinois University. She earned her PhD in applied linguistics and technology at Iowa State University. Her research focuses primarily on computer-assisted language learning and ESL pronunciation teaching.


DxnTUDjPRNir8Vtbyfpw_temp-T.jpgIdée Edalatishams is a PhD candidate in applied linguistics and technology at Iowa State University. Her research focuses on pronunciation and corpus linguistics, especially the role of discourse intonation in information structure. She now works as a faculty ESL specialist at George Mason University’s Writing Center.

Location

Online Instructions:
Url: http://zoom.us/meeting/register/tJwvdO-rpj4iGNJDX9AmNoceblKwZkZgkwrx
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Contact

Sinem Sonsaat Hegelheimer

sinemsonsaat@gmail.com