Department of English
office: Modern Languages Building rm. 473
Welcome to my homepage. I'm an Assistant Professor at U of A, Director of the English Language/Linguistics program, and affiliate faculty in the Ph.D. in Second Language Acquisition & Teaching interdisciplinary program. My B.A. is in German from University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, my M.A. is in Applied Linguistics from University of Illinois at Chicago, and my Ph.D. is in Applied Linguistics from Penn State. My research is in applied linguistics and second/foreign language (L2) education, especially technology-mediated L2 learning and teaching. My background is in teaching English as a second/foreign language (ESL/EFL)--I've taught all ages at a Japanese language conversation school, adults in American Intensive English programs, students at a bilingual Japanese college, and ESL composition students at an American university. I speak German, some Japanese, and a little French, although I do research on L2 pedagogy in other languages, too.
Curriculum Vitae (December 2012)
My primary area of research is technology in L2 education, specifically digital gaming, digital literacies, social networking, and technology-mediated interaction. Here's a bibliography on technology in L2 education, including journals, introductory articles, theoretical and practical texts with reviews, and online resources on the field. I've also put together a collection of Web 2.0 and CMC resources for TELL. Every year I teach a course on these topics, English/SLAT 589: Internet Technologies in Second/Foreign Language Teaching and Learning.
University of Arizona Graduate Courses
University of Arizona Undergraduate Courses
Sykes, J. & Reinhardt, J. (in press). Language at play: Digital game-mediated foreign language teaching and learning. New York: Pearson.
Guest Edited Special Issue
Reinhardt, J. & Sykes, J. (in progress, to appear in 2014). Game and play activity in technology-mediated L2 teaching and learning. Special Issue of Language Learning and Technology.
Refereed Journal Articles
Reinhardt, J. & Ryu, J. (accepted). Using social networking to develop pragmatic awareness in elementary Korean. International Journal of Computer Assisted Language Learning and Teaching.
Reinhardt, J. (in press). An applied genre analysis of office hours consultations. International Journal of Corpus Linguistics.
Reinhardt, J. & Zander, V. (2011). Social networking in an intensive English program classroom: A language socialization perspective. CALICO Journal, 28(2), pp. 326-344. PDF (truncated)*
Reinhardt, J. (2010). Directives in office hour consultations: A corpus-informed investigation of learner and expert usage. English for Specific Purposes, 29, pp. 94-107. PDF
Thorne, S. L. and Reinhardt, J. (2008). "Bridging activities," new media literacies and advanced foreign language proficiency. CALICO Journal, 25(3): 558-572. PDF
Reinhardt, J. and Nelson, B. (2004). Instructor use of online language learning resources: A survey of socio-institutional and motivational factors. ReCALL, 16 (2), 292-307. PDF
Belz, J. A. and Reinhardt, J. (2004). Aspects of advanced foreign language proficiency: Internet-mediated German language play. International Journal of Applied Linguistics. 14 (3), 324-362. PDF
Reinhardt, J. and Isbell, K. (2002). Building web literacy skills. The Reading Matrix: An International Online Journal, 2 (2). webpage
Chapters in Edited Volumes
Reinhardt, J. & Chen, H. (in press). An ecological analysis of social networking site-mediated identity development. In M.-N. Lamy and K. Zourou (Eds.), Social Networking for Language Learning. Palgrave Macmillan.
Reinhardt, J. & Sykes, J. (2012). Conceptualizing digital game-mediated L2 learning and pedagogy: Bame-enhanced and game-based research and practice In H. Reinders (Ed.), Digital Games in Language Learning and Teaching, 32-49. Palgrave Macmillan.
Reinhardt, J. (2012). Accommodating divergent frameworks in analysis of technology-mediated interaction. In M. Dooly and R. O'Dowd (Eds.), Researching Online Interaction and Exchange in Foreign Language Education: Current Trends and Issues, 45-77. Frankfurt: Peter Lang.
Reinhardt, J. & Thorne, S. (2011). Beyond comparisons: Frameworks for developing digital L2 literacies. In N. Arnold and L. Ducate (Eds.), Present and Future Promises of CALL: From Theory and Research to New Directions in Language Teaching, 257-280. San Marcos, TX: CALICO. PDF (truncated)*
Sykes, J., Reinhardt, J., & Thorne, S. (2010). Multiuser digital gaming as sites for research and practice. In F. Hult (Ed.) Directions and Prospects for Educational Linguistics. New York: Springer. PDF
Reinhardt, J. (2008). Negotiating meaningfulness: An enhanced perspective on interaction in computer-mediated foreign language learning environments. In S. Magnan (Ed.), Mediating Discourse Online, 219-244. Amsterdam: Benjamins. PDF
Thorne, S. L., Reinhardt, J., and Golombek, P. (2008). Mediation as objectification in the development of professional discourse: A corpus-informed curricular innovation. In J. Lantolf & M. Poehner (eds.), Sociocultural Theory and the Teaching of Second Languages, 256-284. London: Equinox. PDF
Isbell, K. and Reinhardt, J. (2000). Web integration: A model for task-based learning. In E. Hanson-Smith (ed.), Technology-Enhanced Learning Environments: Case Studies in TESOL Practice Series, 45-55. Alexandria, VA: TESOL.
Isbell, K. and Reinhardt, J. (1999). A web-integrated course: A shared perception? The Language Teacher, 23 (12), 19-23, 32.
Reviews, Conference Proceedings, Invited Journal Pieces, and Other Publications
Reinhardt, J. (in press). Digital game-mediated foreign language teaching and learning: Myths, realities, and opportunities. Proceedings of the International Confference on University Language Learning in the 21st Century. Language Learning in Higher Education.
Reinhardt, J. (2012). Review of Meskill & Anthony's Teaching Languages Online. Canadian Modern Language Review/La revue canadienne des langues vivantes, 68 (4), 455-457
Reinhardt, J. (2012). Potentials for digital game-mediated foreign language teaching and learning. Invited Contribution, Fremdsprachen und Hochschule, 85, 157-173.
Reinhardt, J. (2007). Directives usage by ITAs: An applied learner corpus analysis. Unpublished Doctoral Dissertation. The Pennsylvania State University. PDF
Reinhardt, J. (2010). Viewpoints: The potential of corpus-informed pedagogy. Invited Contribution, Studies in Hispanic and Lusophone Linguistics. 3(1), 239-252. PDF
Reinhardt, J. and Thorne, S. (2007). Synchronous computer-mediated communication, blogs, and wikis: A manual for professional teacher development. CALPER professional development series. PDF
Reinhardt, J. (2004). Review of Carol Chapelle's English Language Learning and Technology. Linguist List, 15 (1971), 7 July 2004. webpage
Reinhardt, J. and Isbell, K. (2002). The recycling research documentary: A technology-integrated project. TESOL Journal, 11 (3), 41-42.
Reinhardt, J. (2001). Promoting On-line Resources: the LRC Homepage. IALL Journal of Language Learning Technologies, 33 (2), 71-74.
Reinhardt, J. and Isbell, K. (2000). The E-Dictionary and The I-Dictionary. In K. Ryan (Ed.) Recipes for Wired Teachers, 76-79. Tokyo: JALT.
Reinhardt, J. and Isbell, K. (1999). Teaching in Cyberspace: Tales from the Trenches. TESOL Matters, 9 (5), 17.