Faculty & Staff
Lily Compton, PhD
Lecturer in Applied Linguistics, College of Liberal Arts
Areas of Expertise
Computer-assisted Language Learning (CALL), online language teaching and learning, ESL methods and methodology, curriculum and instructional technology
PhD in Curriculum and Instruction, Iowa State University
Professional Publications & Contributions
- Compton, L., & Davis, N. (2010). The impact of and key elements for a successful virtual early field experience. Contemporary Issues in Technology and Teacher Education, 10(3).
- Compton, L., Davis, N. and Correia, A. (2010). Pre-service teachers’ preconceptions, misconceptions, and concerns of virtual schooling. Distance Education, 31(1):37-54.
- Compton, L., Davis, N. and Mackey, J. (2009) Field experience in virtual schooling - To be there virtually. Journal of Technology and Teacher Education, 17(4):459-477.
- Compton, L.K.L (2009). Preparing language teachers to teach language online: a look at skills, roles, and responsibilities. Computer Assisted Language Learning, 22(1):73-99
- Compton, L.K.L (2007) The Impact of Content and Context on International Teaching Assistants' Willingness to Communicate in the Language Classroom. TESL EJ, 10(4).
Dr. Compton's primary areas of interest include distance or online language teaching and learning, teacher training for online pedagogy and CALL.
APLING 605 Theories and Principles of Language Teaching
APLING 618 Teaching ESL: Methods and Approaches
APLING 678 Technology in Language Education
APLING 682 The Internet in the Language Classroom