Ruslan (Russ) Suvorov is a Language Technology Specialist at the Center for Language & Technology (CLT) where he works on various projects aimed at enhancing language education through technology. Before joining the CLT in 2014, he had worked as an Instructional Technology Specialist at Yale University. He received his PhD in Applied Linguistics and Technology with a minor in Curriculum and Instructional Technology and his MA in Teaching English as a Second Language/Applied Linguistics from Iowa State University. His research interests lie in the areas of computer-assisted language learning, blended learning, language testing (with the focus on listening assessment), and eye tracking. Russ presented at various national and international conferences, and published in CALICO Journal, Canadian Journal of Applied Linguistics, Language Testing, University of Cambridge ESOL Examinations Research Notes, TESL-EJ, as well as in conference proceedings and edited volumes. He is a co-author of Blended language program evaluation (with Paul Gruba, Mónica Cárdenas-Claros, and Kath Rick; Palgrave MacMillan, 2016).
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