Prof. Stephen Bax - Researching Language Learning in a Digital Age





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Published on Jan 9, 2018

Stephen Bax is Professor of Modern Languages and Linguistics at the Open University in the United Kingdom. His research includes the use of computers in language learning (CALL), the use of computers in language testing, and areas of discourse including Computer Mediated Discourse Analysis.
Most recently he has been using eye tracking technology to research reading and reading assessment, and his article on eye tracking in the Language Testing journal won the international 2014 TESOL Distinguished Research Award. Professor Bax also researches the role of vocabulary in the Common European Framework of Reference (CEFR). He has developed a web tool (Textinspector.com) to analyse lexis in English texts from a variety of dimensions, and has used the tool extensively in recent research projects.

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