As Specialist in Technologies for Second Language Programs at Tokyo International University in Japan, I designed, built, and developed two websites for the Global Teaching Institute (GTI) of the School of Language Communication. Both websites have grown to provide numerous indispensable resources for supporting and improving English education at the university.
As technology specialist for the Hawaii English Language Program,
I played a significant role (about 70% of the work)
in the redesign and construction of the program’s new website:
I served as webmaster for the program from 2012 to 2014. I also managed the other technological resources of the program, both hardware and software, including a computer lab with self access resources. I also conducted teacher training and student training sessions, giving workshops about the use of technologies for second language learning and teaching.
I created a website for a CALL workshop in the spring of 2014.
I created this interactive instructional material during my time in Japan.
As part of my Graduate Assistantship at the University of Hawai’i at Mānoa,
I created an interactive, multimedia promotional presentation for the university.