Surveying the Landscape: What is the Role of Machine Translation in Language Learning?

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Merschel

Lisa M. Merschel

Assistant Professor of the Practice of Romance Studies

Director of the Spanish Language Program since 2021, and at Duke since 2001, I teach all levels in the SLP, with second-language acquisition, language technologies, and machine learning's impact on writing in the L2+ being the areas that interest me professionally. In the last few years I've been reading, thinking, writing and presenting on artificial intelligence's effect on how we teach languages.

I directed summer study abroad programs in Mexico and Spain in 2008, 2011, 2014 and 2017.

Member of American Council on the Teaching of Foreign Languages (ACTFL); American Association of Teachers of Spanish and Portuguese (AATSP); American Association of Applied Linguistics (AAAL); and American Association of University Supervisors, Coordinators, and Directors of Language Programs (AAUSC)

Clifford

Joan Clifford

Associate Professor of the Practice of Romance Studies
Munné

Joan Munné

Senior Lecturer of Romance Studies

His areas of interest include: Second language acquisition, second Language instruction and assessment, language-learning technologies, teacher training, Spanish variation, language in contact and bilingualism, Spanish in the USA, Spanish for Heritage Speakers, cultural studies, service-Learning pedagogy, etc. His present research focuses on testing, vocabulary acquisition, the influence of technology in the process of writing for language learners in the 21rst century, and also the perceptions and impact of peer-feedback in second language teaching and learning.


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