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TEFL Interviews 48: Mehrasa Alizadeh (JALT 2018)

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Release Date: 01/03/2019

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Welcome back to The TEFLology Podcast - A podcast all about teaching English as a foreign language, and related matters.

Today, we bring you our first podcast of 2019, and our first of four episodes recorded as part of our Diversity through Interaction forum at the 2018 JALT conference.

In this episode, Matthew interviews invited conference speaker Mehrasa Alizadeh.

Mehrasa is a soon-to-be PhD graduate from the School of Information Science and Technology, at Osaka University. Her research interests include online course design, development and quality assessment, as well as AR and VR applications in language teaching, which is the main topic of today’s interview.

More information about Mehrasa and her work can be found here

Enjoy the interview!

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