Edna Lima




Edna Lima (2015) is a Lecturer in the Linguistics Department at Ohio University, where she teaches CALL II for graduate students in Linguistics, writing for research for domestic and international graduate students, and oral communication skills for international teaching assistants. She is also the developer and instructor of online courses and online certificate programs. Edna has presented her research at PSLLT, AAAL, the Canadian Association of Applied Linguistics, CALICO, TESOL, and MEXTESOL. She has published her work in JSLP, SystemWorld EnglishesTESOL Encyclopedia of English Language Teaching, book chapters, and conference proceedings. Her research interests include CALL, especially applied to pronunciation instruction, material design, and language testing. Major Professor: John Levis Dissertation title: Development and evaluation of online pronunciation instruction for international teaching assistants’ comprehensibility

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