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Carly Born

Carly Born

About Me

I am interested in a wide variety of curricular applications of technology, with a specialization in foreign language education and Computer Assisted Language Learning (CALL).  My current research revolves around the teaching of second language acquisition of speaking and pronunciation. I am conducting research on the use of technology that we have developed here at Carleton as a pedagogical intervention in foreign language classes.

I am also the Moodle software administrater and supervise a team of student workers to assist me in support Moodle across campus. I am available to assist anyone on campus with Moodle or to discuss the strategic use of technologies for teaching and learning.  

I am also a JET Programme alum ('96-'99) and can answer basic questions about the JET Programme.

Outside of Carleton, I am president of the Minnesota Kyudo Renmei and co-instructor with my husband, John.  I was also elected the Vice President of the American Kyudo Renmei in 2016. We raise 2 lovely children here in Northfield, and I try to be active in their education.

As a fluent speaker of Japanese, I occaisionally serve as a volunteer interpreter or translator, usually for events involving martial arts.

Education & Professional History

At Carleton since 2001.

2014    Graduate Certificate in Instructional Design, University of Wisconsin-Stout, Stout, WI

2001    M. A. Teaching Japanese as a Foreign Language with a Specialization in Computer-Assisted Language Learning, Monterey Institute of International Studies, Monterey, CA

2001    Certificate in Language Program Administration, Monterey Institute of International Studies, Monterey, CA

1996    B. A. Japanese, North Central College, Naperville, IL           Minor in French and Interdisciplinary Studies

Languages Spoken

Highlights & Selected Accomplishments

2007   Awarded Renshi teaching certificate in kyudo, Japanese longbow, by the All Nippon Kyudo Federation in Tokyo, Japan.

As Listed on Department Staff Pages

Profile updated December 5, 2017

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