External Experts (long-term collaboration)

  • Ufuk Balaman, HUMAN Research Centre, Hacettepe University, Turkey, expert in conversation analysis for task-oriented interaction in online settings
  • Laia Canals, Universitat Oberta de Catalunya, expert in technology-mediated language task learning
  • Eva Codó, English Department at the Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona, expert in the relationship between language, immigration and social exclusion.
  • Víctor Corona, core member of the group until 2013, researcher in plurilingual identities.
  • Francesca Helm, Universitat de Padova, Italy, teacher and researcher in intercultural communication and digital mediation.
  • Georges Lüdi, Basel University, Switzerland, expert in conversation analysis of plurilingual interactions
  • Matilde Martínez Sallés, expert in the task-based approach to language teachingandin the design and implementation of oral interaction tasks in the classroom.
  • Lorenza Mondada, Univertität Basel, Switzerland, expert in multilingual interactions, in the study of multimodality in interaction.
  • Robert O'Dowd, Universidad de León, Spain, teacher and researcher in Online Intercultural Exchange.
  • Adriana Patiño, (core member of the group until 2011), Southampton University, UK, expert in sociolinguistic ethnography.
  • Alistair Ross, Jean Monnet ad personam professor, European Commission/London Metropolitan Unviersity, UK, expert in education economics and education policy
  • Randall Sadler, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, USA, expert in the use of virtual worlds in teaching and learning languages.
  • Paul Seedhouse, University of Newcastle, UK, expert in communication in the classroom and in professional settings.
  • Olcay Sert, Hacettepe University, Turkey / Mälardalen University, Sweden, expert in conversation analysis applied to language learning contexts
  • Steve Thorne, Portland University, USA, expert in activity theory and in learning mediated by technologies in and outside the classroom.
  • Constanza Tolosa, The University of Auckland, New Zealand, expert in the use of technology in language education.
  • Vincenza Tudini, University of South Australia, expert in the analysis of the processes of language learning in digital interaction.
  • Virgínia Unamuno, (core member of the group until 2011), CONICET, Argentina, expert in multilingual education in the context of linguistic minorities.
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