This site is edited by Huw Jarvis who has over 30 years of experience in Language Education.
For a more detailed account of my work CLICK HERE (full CV).
Contact Huw Jarvis
I am a Senior Lecturer in TESOL at The University of Salford in the UK. I have an extensive publication record and I am a regular presenter at international conferences usually as a keynote or plenary speaker. 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, workshops etcetera in over 20 countries.
I undertake external validation and examining activities and I have had commissions from Routledge and Oxford University Press to review works prior to publication.
My teacher education areas of expertise include technology, methodology, syllabus design, teaching materials, research methods and English for Academic Purposes (EAP).
Documented below are the highlights of recent work over and above normal university teaching and administrative duties. An extensive listing is available from my CV.
Blog on Technology in PPP and Task-Based Language Teaching Lessons for the IATEFL Learning Technologies Special Interest Group.
Summary blog of Digital ELT Ireland 2015 conference, including my plenary talk by Helen Legge.
Interview with British Council \ International Association of Teachers or English as a Foreign Language (IATEFL) about this website.
Guest - #AusELT chat on Mobile-Assisted Language Use (MALU). Summary
Gulf Education Solutions, Dubai 2014. An overview of the event
LT SIG, International Association of Teachers of English as a Foreign Language (IATEFL), Liverpool 2013. Invited Speaker “From learner autonomy and CALL to Mobile Assisted Language Use (MALU) and e-acquisition” Storify commentary by @vickysaumell from HERE.
British Council Seminar Series, Cardiff 2012. Talk “Beyond Computer Assisted Language Learning (CALL)”
Jarvis, H. (2014). 'Digital residents: Practices and perceptions of non native speakers.' Asian EFL Journal Teaching Articles. Vol. 75. pp. 21-35.
Jarvis, H. and Krashen, S. (2014). ‘Is CALL obsolete? Language Acquisition and Language Learning Revisited in a Digital Age.’ TESL-EJ. Vol. 17. No. 4. pp. 1-6.
Jarvis, H. (2013). ‘Computers and learner autonomy: trends and issues.’ In S.Sheehan, (ed), British Council ELT Research Papers Volume 1. London: The British Council. pp. 387-409. CLICK HERE to download this volume.
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.
A number of additional publications are also available for download - CLICK HERE
March, 2016. TESOL Greece Annual Convention. Supported Speaker (from the International Association of Teachers of English as a Foreign Language (IATEFL) Learning Technologies Special Interest Group (LTSIG). ‘Technology in Presentation Practice Production (PPP) & Task-Based Language Teaching (TBLT) lessons’.
October, 2015. Digital ELT Ireland Conference. Hosted by the IATEFL LTSIG. Plenary speaker 'Digital residence in English as an L2: What does this mean and why does it matter?' CLICK HERE for a YouTube summary.
August, 2015. The 1st NSRU International Conference on Language, Communication and Culture: English in a globalised context, Thailand. Keynote speaker 'Issues for English language education in a digitally connected golbalised context.'
August, 2014. #AusELT Chat invited guest. 'Shifting from CALL to Mobile Assisted Language Use (MALU) for describing and investigating practice.'
March, 2014. The Gulf Education Suppliers Solutions (GESS) and Global Education Forum (GEF) Exhibition and Conference, UAE. Plenary speaker ‘Digital Residents and Informal Learning: the Challenges of Technology for Emirati Non-native Speakers of English.’
December, 2013. The Pan Asian Conference in conjunction with the Philippine Association for Language Teaching, Philippines. ‘Digital residents and Connectivism: The challenge of technology for English in local and global contexts.’
November, 2013. International Conference on Languages, Thailand. Keynote speaker ‘Digital residents and Connectivism: Channels for solidarity through language.’
April, 2013. Guest speaker for the IATEFL LTSIG pre-conference event, Liverpool. ‘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 (BELTA). 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.'