Joseph Flanagan


Description of research and teaching

My research interests primarily center on variation and change in Spoken English. I am also interested issues related to quantitative methodology (especially Bayesian statistics) and reproducible research. My online article on how linguists can use the statistical programming language R and the integrated development environment RStudio for reproducible research is forthcoming. 

Teaching-wise, I am expecially interested in exploring how digital technology can enhance student learning.



Curriculum Vitae

Highlighted publications

  1. Knowing more than we can tell: the cognitive structure of narrative comprehension

    Flanagan, J. 2008 In : Partial Answers. 6, 2, p. 323-345 23 p.

    Research output: Scientific - peer-reviewArticle

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Latest activities

  1. Dump the Dump (and keep your learners engaged in their learning)

    Flanagan, J. (Speaker)
    7 Mar 2017

    Activity: Talk or presentationOral presentation

  2. Langnet website

    Calton, J. (Teacher), Keinänen, N. (Teacher), Flanagan, J. (Teacher)
    12 Sep 201630 May 2017

    Activity: OtherTypes for other activities - Other

  3. Lincoln Mullen

    Flanagan, J. (Host)
    15 Dec 201519 Dec 2015

    Activity: Hosting a visitorAcademic visit at UH

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Latest prizes

  1. Member of Teachers' Academy

    Joseph Flanagan (Recipient), 1 Jan 2014

    Prize: Prizes and awards

  2. 2012 Staff Member of the Year

    Joseph Flanagan (Recipient), 2012

    Prize: Prizes and awards

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