I’m a professor of Spanish in the Department of Languages, Literatures and Cultures at the University of New Hampshire. I received my Ph.D. from the University of Texas at Austin with a specialization in applied linguistics and foreign language education. I worked as an Assistant Professor of Spanish at the State University of New York at Plattsburgh from 1993-1996 before I joined the Department of Languages, Literatures and Cultures at UNH in the fall 1996. I teach courses in second language acquisition, teaching methods, Spanish language and applied linguistics. Until recently, I was the Coordinator of the Elementary Spanish program at UNH where I trained and supervised graduate teaching assistants. I served as Chair of the Department from Fall 2013 to Spring 2016. My primary areas of research interest include computer-mediated communication, online feedback and discourse analysis. I have written and published articles regarding using Internet technology for L2 teaching and learning. My articles have appeared in refereed journals, such as Foreign Language Annals, Hispania, Language Learning & Technology, CALICO, CALL, ReCALL, System, Language Awareness, and International Journal of Computer-Assisted Language Learning and Teaching. I have also designed online activities to accompany three major textbooks: Mosaicos, Avenidas and Puentes. A copy of my CV can be viewed to learn more about my professional activities.
Ph.D., Applied Linguistics, University of Texas at Austin
M.A., Spanish, University of North Texas
B.A., Spanish, Fu Jen Catholic University
Applied linguistics and computer assisted language learning
Foreign Languages Education
Second language acquisition
LLC 555: Discover Cuba
LLC 791/891: Methods Foreign Language Teach
LLC/SPAN 791/891/798/898: Methods Foreign Language Teach
SPAN 402: Elementary Spanish II
SPAN 504: Intermediate Spanish II
SPAN 631: Adv Conversation&Compositn I
SPAN 645: Intro to Spanish Linguistics
SPAN 683: Summer Study in Costa Rica
SPAN 686: Study Abroad/Granada
SPAN 790/890: Topics Second Lang Acquisition
Lee, L. (2018). Using tele collaboration 2.0 to build intercultural communicative competence: A Spanish-American exchange. In D. Tafazoli, E. Gómez Parra, & C. Aránzazu Huertas Abril (Eds.), Cross-Cultural Perspectives on Technology-Enhanced Language Learning (pp. 303-321). IGI Global.
Lee, L. (2018). An exploration of using audio recorded speaking tasks with VoiceThread for L2 oral proficiency development.. In M. Kruk (Ed.), Assessing the Effectiveness of Virtual Technologies in Foreign and Second Language Instruction (pp. 147-167). IGI Global.
Lee, L. (2017). Extending the intercultural learning after study abroad through a telecollaborative exchange. In J. Jackson, & S. Oguro (Eds.), Intercultural Interventions in Study Abroad (pp. 137-154). Routledge Publishing.
Lee, L. (2017). Learners' Perceptions of the Effectiveness of Blogging for L2 Writing in Fully Online Language Courses. International Journal of Computer-Assisted Language Learning and Teaching, 7(1), 19-33. doi:10.4018/ijcallt.2017010102
Lee, L. (2016). AUTONOMOUS LEARNING TRHOUGH TASK-BASED INSTRUCTION IN FULLY ONLINE LANGUAGE COURSES. LANGUAGE LEARNING & TECHNOLOGY, 20(2), 81-97. Retrieved from http://gateway.webofknowledge.com/
Lee, L., & Markey, A. (2014). A study of learners’ perceptions of online intercultural exchange through Web 2.0 technologies. ReCALL, 26(3), 281-297. doi:10.1017/s0958344014000111
Lee, L. (2012). Engaging Study Abroad Students in Intercultural Learning Through Blogging and Ethnographic Interviews. FOREIGN LANGUAGE ANNALS, 45(1), 7-21. doi:10.1111/j.1944-9720.2012.01164
Lee, L. (2011). BLOGGING: PROMOTING LEARNER AUTONOMY AND INTERCULTURAL COMPETENCE THROUGH STUDY ABROAD. LANGUAGE LEARNING & TECHNOLOGY, 15(3), 87-109. Retrieved from http://gateway.webofknowledge.com/
Lee, L. (2010). Fostering reflective writing and interactive exchange through blogging in an advanced language course. ReCALL, 22(2), 212-227. doi:10.1017/s095834401000008x
Lee, L. (n.d.). Exploring Wiki-Mediated Collaborative Writing: A Case Study in an Elementary Spanish Course. CALICO Journal, 27(2), 260-276. doi:10.11139/cj.27.2.260-276