In this video, Dr. Jeffrey Samuels interviews Dr. Kathryn Murphy-Judy from Virginia Commonwealth University with a focus on teaching languages online.
Resources recommended by Dr. Murphy-Judy:
- Upcoming free resources from Russell, V. and Murphy-Judy, K. (2020). Teaching language online: A Guide for designing, developing, and delivering online, blended, and flipped language courses. NY: Routledge Taylor and Francis Group. Resources will be found at http://www.routledge.com/9781138387003
- National Foreign Language Resource Centers (NFLRCs) have numerous open educational resources (OERs) for instructors, such as COERLL, NFLRC, CARLA, CERCLL, and CASLS.
- Language associations such as the AATSP, AATF, and AATG provide many resources which are language-specific.
- Software such as your institution’s learning management system may integrate oral production and interaction. Also look at Extempore or TalkAbroad, Google Docs (with Kaizena), and VoiceThread.
- MERLOT has vetted and peer-reviewed activities and resources.
- Finally, look for the columns by Robert Godwin-Jones in the CALICO Journal.