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Richard HARRISON, (Professor) [KUID]

Personal Background

Richard Harrison received his Ba. Hons (1st Class) in Japanese Studies (Japanese linguistics) from Sheffield University in 1988. He has since been teaching Japanese in the UK, Australia and Japan. He received an Master of Education (Technology) from Monash University in 1999, and has been teaching Applied Linguistics specializing in Computer Aided Learning.

Fields of Specialization

Applied Linguistics
Educational Technology and Social Media
Japanese as a Foreign Language

Selected Publications

  • Harrison, R. (2013). Profiles in Social Networking Sites for Language Learning - Livemocha Revisited, In M. Lamy and K. Zourou (Eds.), Social Networking for Language Learning, London, Palgrave Macmillan, (pp. 100-116)
  • Harrison, R. (2011). Media and Mediation - Teachers, Learners and Learning Environments in W.M. Chan et al. (Eds.), Media in Foreign Language Teaching and Learning, London, De Gruyter, (pp. 297-312)