Innovation in Language Learning

Edition 16

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Noriko Yamane

Institution: University of British Columbia

Country: Canada

Noriko Yamane is a postdoctoral researcher of flexible-learning project http://flexible.learning.ubc.ca/ at the University of British Columbia in Vancouver, Canada.

Noriko Yamane graduated in linguistics from the University of British Columbia (Canada) in 2013. Since then, she has been researching at the University of British Columbia. Her research interests include phonetics and phonology, ultrasound, interdisciplinary research, Japanese-English contrastive phonology, educational linguistics, and second language acquisition.

Noriko Yamane is a content expert in pronunciation teaching and learning, and managed the collaboration between the Department of Linguistics and Japanese language program at the Asian Studies, to proceed project ‘eNunciate’ http://enunciate.arts.ubc.ca/ (“Multimodal approaches to the empowerment of pronunciation teaching and learning: Creating online interactive tutorial videos”, followed by “Visible Speech” project) funded by Teaching and Learning Enhancement Fund at the University of British Columbia. She has been a consultant for several projects involving ultrasound experiment and analysis for speech.

She is a member of Society for Teaching and Learning in Higher Education, Canadian Association of Japanese Language Education, Canadian Acoustics Association, Phonetic Society of Japan, Phonological Society of Japan, the Japan Second Language Association.

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