LINGUIST List 31.1570

Mon May 11 2020

FYI: Invitation: Emergency Remote Language Teaching

Editor for this issue: Sarah Robinson <srobinsonlinguistlist.org>



Date: 08-May-2020
From: Elizabeth Deifell <elizabethdeifell.com>
Subject: Invitation: Emergency Remote Language Teaching
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Dear Colleague,

You’re invited to participate in a research study about college-level world language faculty’s perceptions of Emergency Remote Language Teaching (ERLT) of undergraduates. ERLT is a temporary shift of instructional delivery in language education to an alternate delivery mode due to crisis circumstances such as those experienced during COVID-19. In this study, we are interested in knowing your perceptions of the value of online language teaching, your confidence for ERLT, and your students’ readiness for ERLT during the COVID-19 outbreak.

It will take no more than 20 minutes of your time to complete the online survey. Participants may enter to win one of five $20 Amazon Gift Cards when they complete the survey.

If you teach any language other than Mandarin Chinese, please fill out Survey A: https://tinyurl.com/COVID19Perceptions by May 30;

If you teach Mandarin Chinese, please fill out Survey B: https://tinyurl.com/COVID19Mandarin by May 30.

The first page of the survey is an Information Sheet with more details about this research.

Feel free to forward the message to any interested colleagues. Thank you!


Li Jin, Ph.D. DePaul University

Katie Angus, Ph.D. University of Southern Mississippi

Elizabeth Deifell, Ph.D. University of Dubuque

Yi Xu, Ph.D. University of Pittsburgh

Linguistic Field(s): Applied Linguistics


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