Technology-Enhanced Language Teaching Research Network


The Technology-Enhanced Language Teaching Research Network (TELTRN) (formerly known as Technology-Enhanced Language Learning Reserach Network - TELLRN) conducts and disseminates research on the ways in which digital technologies can improve language learning and teaching opportunities and educational outcomes for language learners and teachers. TELTRN is administratively sponsored by the Asia-Pacific Association for Computer-Assisted Language Learning (APACALL).


Director: Jeong-Bae Son (University of Southern Queensland, Australia)
Antonie Alm (University of Otago, New Zealand)
Arif Altun (Hacettepe University, Turkey)
Junjie Gavin Wu (Macao Polytechnic University, China)
Made Hery Santosa (Ganesha University of Education, Indonesia)
Moonyoung Park (Jeju National University, Korea)



>> Engaging with ECCR for language teacher development (February - December 2020)
Project team members: Jeong-Bae Son, Moonyoung Park and Mei-Hui Liu

>> Digital literacy: Cases of EAP students and EFL students (May 2015 - May 2016)
Project team members: Jeong-Bae Son, Sang-Soon Park and Moonyoung Park

>> Using a web-based educational game for learning English idioms (July 2014 - August 2015)
Project team members: Amanda Muller, Jeong-Bae Son, Reza Dashtestani and Kazunori Nozawa


Müller, A., Son, J.-B., Nozawa, K., & Dashtestani, R. (2018). Learning English idioms with a web-based educational game. Journal of Educational Computing Research, 56(6), 848-865.

Son, J.-B., Park, S.-S., & Park, M. (2017). Digital literacy of language learners in two different contexts. The JALTCALL Journal, 13(2), 77-96.


APACALL members who are interested in the use of digital technologies and are willing to participate in collaborative research projects are welcome to join the TELTRN research team. If you have a research idea or a proposal for research collaboration, please feel free to contact the Director.

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Established: 1 May 2014
Last updated: 21 November 2023