Abstract

Digital technologies are upending language education at the post-secondary level providing tools and obstacles that impact teaching and learning in profound ways. In many cases educators are avoiding this conversation, as it will challenge not only how we teach, but also have a profound impact on what and why we teach.

 

Bio

Michael Tadeusz Dabrowski

Michael Dabrowski is a Spanish coordinator at Athabasca University. His research interests include collaborative peer teaching, technology-assisted learning, open education, cultural studies, and aspects of Hispanic literature. In 2015 he received funding from Alberta Advanced Education to develop an open digital Spanish textbook focusing on collaborative teaching and learning experiences.