Edwige.Simon at Colorado.EDU
Edwige Simon is the founding Director of the Elevate graduate certificate in language teaching with technology at the Anderson Language & Technology Center at the University of Colorado Boulder. She earned a PhD from the CU Boulder ATLAS Institute. Her work focuses on teacher identity and technology integration in the language classroom.
Adrienne Gonzales is the Associate Director of the Center for World Languages and Cultures at University of Denver. She earned a PhD in Hispanic Linguistics from the University of New Mexico. Her academic interests include Second Language Acquisition and Computer-Assisted Language Learning.
Nick Einterz is an Instructor and Academic Technologist at the International English Center at the University of Colorado Boulder. He studied English literature, religious studies and history at Indiana University, as well as education at the University of Florida.
Naomi Wahls is a Foreign Language Technology Specialist and Telecollaboration Consultant at the Anderson Language & Technology Center at the University of Colorado Boulder. She volunteers as a Social Media Marketing Consultant for International Studies at UC Denver and owns a small instructional design business called Wahls Instructional Design LLC.
Mark Knowles is the Director of the Anderson Language & Technology Center at the University of Colorado Boulder. He earned a PhD in French from the University of Illinois in French and Second Language Acquisition and Teacher Education. His current work is centered on motivation, student and teacher identity.
Kelsey White is a Lecturer in German at the University of California Santa Barbara. She also supervises teaching assistants and conducts research in the areas of foreign language pedagogy, computer assisted language learning, and learners? perceptions of and participation in target language communities in both virtual and face-to-face settings.
Alexandra Keller is the graphic designer of the Anderson Language Technology & Center at the University of Colorado Boulder. She is currently a Bachelor student of Sociology with a minor in Technology, Arts, and Media.
Maria Kuntz Lewis, Copy Editor
Maria is a graduate student and employee at University of Denver. She is pursuing her MA in International and Intercultural Communication and works in the Daniels College of Business, Office of Communications and Marketing. Maria’s research areas include: transnational identity; race, power and privilege; international migration; and the global economic crisis. She was a Fulbright Fellow in Greece (2006-2007) and has also lived in France. Studying French, Ancient Greek, and Modern Greek has transformed Maria into a grammar enthusiast.
Please contact Edwige if you would like to review submissions for the FLTMAG!