Dan Holden

Daniel Holden

MA in Second Language Studies, University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa

Research interests: critical administration, critical pedagogy, mobile-assisted language learning

Selected Publications:

Chang, Y., Choe, A., Holden, D. & Isbell, D. (2022). An Evaluation of HELP's Writing Placement Test Rubric Using Many-Facet Rasch Analysis. Second Language Studies, 40(1), 4-18. Retrieved from https://www.hawaii.edu/sls/research/publications/sls-papers

Crowther, D., Holden, D., & Urada, K. (2022). Second language speech comprehensibility. Language Teaching, 55(4), 470-489. https://doi.org/10.1017/S0261444821000537

Zheng, D., Liu, Y., Lambert, A., Lu, A., Tomei, J. & Holden, D. (2018). An ecological community becoming: Language learning as first-order experiencing with place and mobile technologies. In
Linguistics and Education 44 (pp. 45–57).

Holden, D. (2016). Place-Based Language Learning Using Mobile Technology: An Analysis of an Original Mall Game and its Redesign for an ESL Course. Second Language Studies, 35(1), 1-52. Retrieved from https://www.hawaii.edu/sls/research/publications/sls-papers

Liu, Y., Holden, D. & Zheng, D. (2016). Analyzing students’ language learning experience in an augmented reality mobile game: an exploration of an emergent learning environment. In Procedia – Social and Behavioral Sciences 228 (pp. 369–374).