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Bieri, T. E., & Elliott, D. (2017). Normalisation in flux: teachers’ and learners’ digital literacy in the Japanese university context. In K. Borthwick, L. Bradley & S. Thouësny (Eds), CALL in a climate of change: adapting to turbulent global conditions – short papers from EUROCALL 2017 (pp. 51-55). Research-publishing.net. https://doi.org/10.14705/rpnet.2017.eurocall2017.688
Hanks, J., de Andrade, C., Crane, C., Dar, Y. & Elliott, D., (2017). Understanding from practice: EP bringing research and pedagogy together. In Hanks, J., Exploratory Practice in Language Teaching. Basingstoke, U.K.: Palgrave Macmillan.
Elliott, D. (2012). Parallel Blogging: Explorations in Teacher and Learner Autonomy. In K. Irie & A. Stewart (Eds.), Realizing autonomy: Practice and reflection in language education contexts. Basingstoke, U.K.: Palgrave Macmillan.
Elliott, D. (2008). Internet Technologies and Language Teacher Education. In Thomas, M. (Ed.) Handbook of Research on Language Acquisition Technologies: Web 2.0 Transformation of Learning. Hershey, Pennsylvania: IGI Publishing
Elliott, D., Nicoll, H. & Stewart, A. (2017). An Interview with the Co-Editors of Issue 1 of The Learner Development Journal , “Visualizing Learner Development”. LEARNING LEARNING 学習の学習, 24.3, December 2017, JALT LD SIG, pp. 63 – 66.
Nicoll, H. & Elliott, D. (2017). Visualizing Learner Development: An Introduction. The Learner Development Journal 1, November 2017, pp. 2 – 6.
Elliott, D. (2017). Extensive Reading in a Coordinated Programme. The Journal of Sugiyama Jogakuen University, 48, March 2017, Sugiyama Jogakuen University, pp. 33 – 38.
Elliott, D. (2016). Exploring the Possibilities of Reporting Teacher Research through Comics. English Language Teacher Education and Development Journal. 20.1, pp. 1 – 6.
Elliott, D. (2015) “I don’t like bad weather, but I still like camping”: Learners’ metaphors and learner autonomy. LEARNING LEARNING 学習の学習, 22.3, November 2015, JALT LD SIG, pp. 21 – 29.
Elliott, D. (2015). Learner Development through Meaningful Reflective Practice, The Journal of Sugiyama Jogakuen University, 46, March 2015, Sugiyama Jogakuen University, pp. 9 – 13.
Elliott, D. (2012). Meeting Dr. Krashen, Extensive Reading Japan, 5.2, pp. 3-5
Elliott, D. (2010) The Coursebook Challenge, English Teaching Professional, July 2010 (69) pp.12 – 14
Elliott, D. (2010). How did you learn to teach? ,Teacher Development, Spring 2010 (63) pp.8 – 11
Elliott, D. (2009). Teacher Development / Learner Development: The Role of Reflective Practice, InForm, October 2009 (4) pp. 7-8
Elliott, D. (2008). See you at the Coffee Stand!, English Teaching Professional, November 2008 (59) p. 49
Elliott, D. (2007). Recent Trends in Online Teacher Education, IATEFL CALL Review, Summer 2007, pp. 11-18
“Task vs. Text: Language Teaching Approaches to Teaching Literature.” at the 9th Annual Liberlit Conference, Seikei University, Tokyo, Japan, February 19th, 2018.
“Normalization and Digital Literacy: Exploring the Japanese University Context.” (with Thomas E. Bieri) at APLX 2017, Taipei Tech, Taiwan, November 17th, 2017.
“Normalisation in flux: Examining digital literacy in the Japanese university context.” (with Thomas E. Bieri) at EUROCALL 2017, University of Southampton, UK, August 24th, 2017.
“Be Kind, Rewind: Cineliteracy and Student Video Production.” at EUROCALL 2017, University of Southampton, UK, August 24th, 2017.
“Hairspray? I don’t understand.. Gender Representation in Graded Readers.” at the 4th Extensive Reading World Congress, Toyo Gakuen University, Tokyo, Japan, August 6th, 2017.
“Sometimes, I think they are a kind of God. Metaphors for teachers, learners and language learning.” at JALT Nagoya Chapter, Japan, April 16th, 2017 (Invited).
“Ma, What are They Giving Me? Graded Readers and the Bechdel Test” at the 8th Annual Liberlit Conference, Tokyo Christian Women’s University, Tokyo, Japan, February 20th, 2017.
“The Revolution will not be Televised: Examining and creating new video genres with language learners.” at the 49th annual meeting of the British Association for Applied Linguistics (BAAL), Anglia Ruskin University, Cambridge, UK, September 3rd, 2016.
“Maximum Overdrive: The Past, Present and Future of Human/Machine Relations.” at JALTCALL 2016, Tamagawa University, Japan, June 3rd, 2016.
“Mountains and Labyrinths: Metaphors for Language Learning.” at the Advances in Metaphor Studies Conference, University of Genoa, Italy, May 22nd, 2016.
“Recast, Recycle, Remix: Multiliteracy Approaches to Cultural Understanding.” at the 7th Annual Liberlit Conference, Tokyo Christian Women’s University, Tokyo, Japan, February 22nd, 2016.
“”My Teacher is a Watering Can”: Metaphors and autonomous learning.” at the 48th annual meeting of the British Association for Applied Linguistics (BAAL), Aston University, Birmingham, UK, September 4th, 2015.
“Beyond Televison: Critically examining and creating new video genres with language learners.” at EUROCALL 2015, University of Padova, Italy, August 27th, 2015.
“My Teacher is a Watering Can: Metaphors for Learning” at the 20th Annual NELTA Conference, Lalitpur, Nepal, February 18th, 2015. (Poster presentation)
“Encouraging Creativity and Improving Pronunciation with English Haiku Poetry” at the 20th Annual NELTA Conference, Lalitpur, Nepal, February 17th, 2015.
“A Class with No Teacher” at the JALT National Conference, Tsukuba, November 22nd, 2014.
“Technology for Language Learning: Best Practices” at Osaka University School of Language and Culture, November 7th, 2014 (Invited).
“Creating and Using Digital Video with Learners” at JALT National Conference, ACT City, Hamamatsu, October 14th, 2012.
“Personal Learning Networks – the what, why and how (existential crisis remix)” at JALT Gifu, Heartful Square, Gifu, February 19th, 2011 (Invited).
“Technology in the Classroom” at YoJALT!, Kanagawa University, January 16th, 2011 (Invited).
“Personal Learning Networks – the what, why and how” at the 4th International Wireless Ready Symposium, Nagoya University of Commerce and Business, February 19th, 2010.
“Choosing the Technology that Works for YOU!” at the JALT National Conference, Shizuoka, November 21st, 2009.
“Writing for Oneself: Reflective Practice through Journal Writing” at the Japan Writers’ Conference, Nanzan University, Nagoya, November 29th, 2008.
“Teacher Development in the 21st Century” at the JALT National Conference, Tokyo, November 1st, 2008.
“How Web 2.0 Can Help Teachers Develop” at the 2nd International Wireless Ready Symposium, Nagoya University of Commerce and Business, March 29th, 2008.
Elliott, D. (2008) How can Web 2.0 Help Teachers Develop? In Proceedings of the 2nd International Wireless Ready Conference (pp. 39 – 42).
Elliott, D (2008). “JALT 2007 Conference Report.” Explorations in Teacher Education, Winter 2008,(16/1) pp. 31-33