Regine Hampel

Surname: Hampel
First name: Regine
Address for correspondence: E-mail
Nationality: German

Affiliation with educational networks/associations

  • Fellow of the Higher Education Academy, UK
  • Member of EUROCALL (European Association for Computer-Assisted Language Learning)
  • Committee member of BAAL (British Association for Applied Linguistics) Multimodality Special Interest Group

Work information

Occupation or position
currently held:
Senior Lecturer in Modern Languages (Faculty of Education and Language Studies), Director for Postgraduate Studies (Centre for Research in Education and Educational Technology)
Name of employer:  The Open University
Country of employment:  United Kingdom

Education and training

  • Doctor of Philosophy (PhD), Eberhard-Karls-Universität Tübingen/Germany, 1999
  • Erstes Staatsexamen für das höhere Lehramt (taught part of teaching degree) in German and English, Eberhard-Karls-Universität Tübingen/Germany, 1991
  • Master of Arts (MA) in German, English and Spanish, Eberhard-Karls-Universität Tübingen/Germany

Languages of communication

Mother tongue  German
Other languages  English, Spanish

Contribution to the project

My contribution to the project is based on my expertise in the field of 1) design of online language courses; 2) teacher training for virtual environments; 3) research in the area of computer-mediated communication. The project also benefits from my experience as project leader, project partner or reference group member on various other national and international projects in the area of online language learning and teaching, funded e.g. by the British Academy, the British Association for Applied Linguistics, the European Commission, and the Australian Research Council.

Three related publications:

Hampel, R. and U. Stickler (2012) The use of videoconferencing to support multimodal interaction in an online language classroom. ReCALL 24(2), 116–137.

Hampel, R. (2009) Training teachers for the multimedia age: developing teacher expertise to enhance online learning interaction and collaboration. Innovation in Language Learning and Teaching (special issue on Teacher Education and CALL, eds. C. White and H. Reinders) 3(1), 35–50.

M.-N. Lamy and R. Hampel (2007) Online Communication in Language Learning and Teaching. Research and Practice in Applied Linguistics Series. Houndmills: Palgrave.

 

Regine Hampel

Surname: Hampel
First name: Regine
Address for correspondence: E-mail
Nationality: German

Affiliation with educational networks/associations

  • Fellow of the Higher Education Academy, UK
  • Member of EUROCALL (European Association for Computer-Assisted Language Learning)
  • Committee member of BAAL (British Association for Applied Linguistics) Multimodality Special Interest Group

Work information

Occupation or position
currently held:
Senior Lecturer in Modern Languages (Faculty of Education and Language Studies), Director for Postgraduate Studies (Centre for Research in Education and Educational Technology)
Name of employer:  The Open University
Country of employment:  United Kingdom

Education and training

  • Doctor of Philosophy (PhD), Eberhard-Karls-Universität Tübingen/Germany, 1999
  • Erstes Staatsexamen für das höhere Lehramt (taught part of teaching degree) in German and English, Eberhard-Karls-Universität Tübingen/Germany, 1991
  • Master of Arts (MA) in German, English and Spanish, Eberhard-Karls-Universität Tübingen/Germany

Languages of communication

Mother tongue  German
Other languages  English, Spanish

Contribution to the project

My contribution to the project is based on my expertise in the field of 1) design of online language courses; 2) teacher training for virtual environments; 3) research in the area of computer-mediated communication. The project also benefits from my experience as project leader, project partner or reference group member on various other national and international projects in the area of online language learning and teaching, funded e.g. by the British Academy, the British Association for Applied Linguistics, the European Commission, and the Australian Research Council.

Three related publications:

Hampel, R. and U. Stickler (2012) The use of videoconferencing to support multimodal interaction in an online language classroom. ReCALL 24(2), 116–137.

Hampel, R. (2009) Training teachers for the multimedia age: developing teacher expertise to enhance online learning interaction and collaboration. Innovation in Language Learning and Teaching (special issue on Teacher Education and CALL, eds. C. White and H. Reinders) 3(1), 35–50.

M.-N. Lamy and R. Hampel (2007) Online Communication in Language Learning and Teaching. Research and Practice in Applied Linguistics Series. Houndmills: Palgrave.

 

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