Anne O’Bryan



Anne O’Bryan (2010) is an online lecturer with numerous programs related to applied linguistics, such as the University of Massachusetts-Boston’s MA Applied Linguistics program where she teaches courses in SLA theory and psycholinguistics. Anne also teaches graduate courses in Wilmington University’s online MS TESOL program and is an associate faculty member in Ashford University’s undergraduate Applied Linguistics program. She continues to supervise graduate student research in the area of CALL and has presented her work at a number of professional conferences, including TESOL, CALICO, and USDLA. Her work has been published in CALICO, ReCALLTESL-EJ, and the Canadian Journal of Applied Linguistics. Major Professor: Volker Hegelheimer Dissertation title: Investigating the impact of segmented and whole-text repetition on listening comprehension, comprehension processes, and comprehension problems