I have an extensive publication record and I am a regular presenter at international conferences usually as a keynote or plenary speaker. I have 30 years’ experience in the field and, in addition to the UK, I have lived and worked in Sudan, Kuwait and Thailand. I have been fortunate enough to deliver numerous presentations, consultancies, guest lectures and workshops in many parts of the world including Bangladesh, China, Hong Kong, Indonesia, Korea, Malaysia, Oman, Poland, Russia, South Africa, Taiwan, Thailand, Turkey, USA, UAE and Vietnam. I also undertake external validation and examining activities. Contact me if you would like to invite me to speak at a conference or to get involved in other activities such as workshops, external examining, collaborative research projects and academic exchange. My areas of expertise include technology, methodology, syllabus design, teaching materials, research methods and English for Academic Purposes (EAP). In addition to maintaining and funding this website I am an editorial board reader for the The Journal of Asia TEFL and a reader for TESL-EJ, TESOL Journal and CALL-EJ.
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Jarvis, H. and Achilleos, M. (2013). ‘From computer assisted language learning (CALL) to mobile assisted language use.’ TESL-EJ. Vol. 16. No.4. pp. 1-18.
Jarvis, H. (2013). ‘Computer Assisted Language Learning (CALL): Asian learners and users going beyond traditional frameworks.’ Asian EFL Journal. Vol.15. No.1. pp. 190-201.
Jarvis, H. (2012). ‘Computers and learner autonomy: trends and issues.’ ELT Research Papers. 12-2. London, The British Council. CLICK HERE to access this publication (from 10-04-12).
Jarvis, H. (2009). 'Computers in EAP: change, issues and challenges.' Modern English Teacher. Vol. 18. No. 2. pp. 51-54.
Jarvis, H. (2008). 'Computers and independent study: practices and perceptions of students.' In P. Torres, and R. Marriot, (eds), Handbook of Research on E-Learning Methodologies for Language Acquisition. PA: Information Science Reference. pp. 367-386.
Jarvis, H. and Pastuszka, L. (2008). 'Electronic literacy, reading skills and non-native speakers: issues for EAP.' CALL-EJ Online. Vol. 10. No. 1.
Jarvis, H. (2008). 'Resource centres and self-study: issues in computer assisted language learning.' In E. O'Doherty, (ed.) The Fourth Education in a Changing Environment Conference Book 2007.
Figura, K., and Jarvis, H. (2007). 'Computer-based materials: a study of learner autonomy and strategies.' System. Vol. 35. No. 4. pp. 448-468.
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For extensive publications listings see CV
April, 2013. Guest speaker for the IATEFL Learning Technologies Special Interest Group pre-conference event. ‘From learner autonomy and CALL to Mobile Assisted Language Use (MALU) and e-acquisition.’
January, 2013. 33rd Thai TESOL International Conference. Thailand. Featured speaker on 'E novations: digital residents, informal learning and non-native English users.'
June, 2012. The British Council Seminar Series, Cardiff. Presenter on ‘Beyond Computer Assisted Language Learning.’
April, 2012. The Higher Education Academy. Advances in digital language learning and teaching. UK. Keynote speaker on 'Social Media, Learner Autonomy and Language Learning.'
December, 2011. The 16th English in Southeast Asia conference, Indonesia. Plenary speaker on ‘Asian learners empowering themselves with and through the internet.’
July, 2011. South East Asia Ministers of Education Organization Conference (SEMO).Vietnam. Featured speaker on ‘Beyond traditional frameworks for computer assisted learning.’
May, 2011. Bangladesh English Language Teachers’ Association Conference. Bangladesh. Plenary speaker on 'Computers, globalisation and the digital native: issues for ELT.'
January, 2011. 31st Thailand TESOL International Conference. Thailand. Featured speaker on 'Computers, globalisation and the digital native: issues for ELT.'
October, 2010. INGED (English Language Teachers' Association in Turkey) conference. Turkey. Plenary speaker on 'Computers in language pedagogy: piecing together theoretical insights and practical implications.'
For extensive conference listings see CV