Mehrasa Alizadeh
Mehrasa Alizadeh
Osaka University, Cybermedia Center
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Are Japanese digital natives ready for learning English online? A preliminary case study at Osaka University
P Mehran, M Alizadeh, I Koguchi, H Takemura
International Journal of Educational Technology in Higher Education 14 (1), 1-17, 2017
292017
Evaluating a blended course for Japanese learners of English: why Quality Matters
M Alizadeh, P Mehran, I Koguchi, H Takemura
International Journal of Educational Technology in Higher Education 16 (1), 1-21, 2019
192019
Using MAVR to bring new dimensions to the classroom
E Hawkinson, P Mehran, M Alizadeh
The Language Teacher 41 (3), 30-32, 2017
192017
Validating a computer-assisted language learning attitude instrument used in Iranian EFL context: an evidence-based approach
V Aryadoust, P Mehran, M Alizadeh
Computer Assisted Language Learning 29 (3), 561-595, 2016
192016
Output Tasks, Noticing, and Learning: Teaching English Past Tense to Iranian EFL Students.
M Khatib, M Alizadeh
English Language Teaching 5 (4), 173-187, 2012
162012
Virtual reality in the language classroom: Theory and practice
M Alizadeh
CALL-EJ 20 (3), 21-30, 2019
142019
Learning by design: Bringing poster carousels to life through augmented reality in a blended English course
M Alizadeh, P Mehran, I Koguchi, H Takemura
CALL in a climate of change: Adapting to turbulent global conditions–Short …, 2017
92017
Designing and developing a blended course: Toward best practices for Japanese learners
P Mehran, M Alizadeh, I Koguchi, H Takemura
CALL in a climate of change: Adapting to turbulent global conditions–short …, 2017
82017
How learners cope with English tenses: Evidence from think-aloud protocols
S Vaezi, M Alizadeh
Procedia-Social and Behavioral Sciences 29, 986-993, 2011
72011
Diversity through interaction: An interview forum
MW Turner, MY Schaefer, RJ Lowe, M Alizadeh, D Bao, JB O’Loughlin
Diversity and inclusion, 243-252, 2019
32019
Augmented/virtual reality promises for ELT practitioners
M Alizadeh
JALT2018–Diversity and Inclusion 1, 360, 2018
32018
Detecting Learner Drowsiness Based on Facial Expressions and Head Movements in Online Courses
S Terai, S Shirai, M Alizadeh, R Kawamura, N Takemura, Y Uranishi, ...
Proceedings of the 25th International Conference on Intelligent User …, 2020
22020
Integrating CALL into an Iranian EAP course: constraints and affordances
P Mehran, M Alizadeh
2015 EUROCALL Conference, 392-396, 2015
22015
Exploring Pupillometry as a Method to Evaluate Reading Comprehension in VR-based Educational Comics
K Sakamoto, S Shirai, J Orlosky, H Nagataki, N Takemura, M Alizadeh, ...
2020 IEEE Conference on Virtual Reality and 3D User Interfaces Abstracts and …, 2020
12020
Tap your way to increased student engagement: Kahoot in the EFL classroom
M Alizadeh
Japan Association for Language Education and Technology 58th Annual …, 2018
12018
Language needs analysis and internationalization of higher education: the unaddressed factor in Japan
M Alizadeh, P Mehran, I Koguchi, H Takemura
JACET Kansai Journal, 2018
12018
Detecting Drowsy Learners at the Wheel of e-Learning Platforms with Multimodal Learning Analytics
R Kawamura, S Shirai, N Takemura, M Alizadeh, M Cukurova, ...
IEEE Access, 2021
2021
Evaluating a Collaborative Learning Card Game for Pre-Intermediate Language Learners in Face-to-Face and Online Settings
M ALIZADEH, T OMAE, S SHIRAI, N TAKEMURA
Studies in e-Learning Language Education 15, 25-35, 2021
2021
Case Study 10, Japan: Smartphone Virtual Reality for Tourism Education—A Case Study
M Alizadeh, E Hawkinson
Language Learning with Technology, 211-222, 2021
2021
A Survey of Learners’ Video Viewing Behavior in Blended Learning
M Alizadeh, S Shirai, N Takemura, S Terai, Y Nakashima, H Nagahara, ...
10th International Learning Analytics and Knowledge (LAK) Conference, 2020
2020
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