The mission of the Centre for Applied Research and Outreach in Language Education (CAROLE) is to study and develop knowledge of second language acquisition, and to advance the quality of second language teaching, and language learning by:
- Conducting applied research and leading high impact projects
- Sharing research and other forms of knowledge across disciplines and education systems
- Extending, exchanging, and applying this knowledge in the wider society and local community
- Developing research and enterprise partnerships with other institutions and communities
- Supporting high quality teaching in modern languages and language studies.
Neurocognition of Language Teaching and Acquisition
The Psycholinguistics and NEURO-Teaching Lab is located in Building 16. In this Lab research is conducted to explore cognitive and psycholinguistics processes in second language acquisition. Researchers investigate how L2 learners process, accommodate and access different aspects of a second language.
The data collection procedures employed in the Lab make use of eye tracking procedures, computerized psychological and cognitive tasks, Super-lab and EEG.
NOLTA Programme Nov-Dec 2016
NOLTA Lab Associate Members