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Ines Martin defends Ph.D. dissertation

On Monday, 4 December, Ines Martin successfully defended her dissertation entitled “Bridging the Gap between L2 Pronunciation Research and Teaching: Using iCPRs to Improve Novice German Learners’ Pronunciation in Distance and Face-to-Face Classrooms.” This dissertation investigated the effectiveness of a homework-based, computer-delivered method of pronunciation instruction, called iCPR. Results revealed that foreign language pronunciation can be taught via homework-assignments and can be included in distance learning environments. 

Congratulations, Dr. Martin!