About AAREF

From the President

First of all, we would like to extend our warmest greetings to you for visiting the website of the Australia Asia Research and Education Foundation. It is our pleasure to...

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Vision & Mission

The Australia Asia Research and Education Foundation (AAREF) was established in response to the call for collaborative and innovative research-related activities and developments in the context of a changing and...

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History

In 1988, The Australian Applied Linguistics Congress took place in Tasmania and was convened by a team of energetic and dedicated researchers. The Congress attracted delegates from many parts of...

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Administration

- President: Professor Thao Le - Director of Computer-Supported Education: Professor Dan Rolf - Director of Academic Research: Dr. Quynh Le - Director of Professional Development: Mr. Vinh Ho - Deputy Director of...

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Honorary Professors

Prof. Angelica Baylon, currently at Maritime Academy of Asia and the Pacific (MAAP), Philippines. Dr. Christine Alison Rogers, currently at Aston University, England. Prof. Emeritus Martin R. Gitterman, currently at the...

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Books

Language and Literacy Education in a Challenging World

Editors: Thao Lê, Quynh Lê, Megan Short (University of Tasmania, Tasmania, Australia) Book Description:   "Language and Literacy Education in a Challenging World" was published in response to the need to provide...

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Technologies for Enhancing Pedagogy, Engagement and Empowerment in Education: Creating Learning-Friendly Environments

Editors: Thao Lê (University of Tasmania, Australia) and Quynh Lê (University of Tasmania, Australia) Description: Although there is broad agreement that preparing global citizens for the digital age is a core responsibility of educators...

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Linguistic Diversity and Cultural Identity: A Global Perspective

Editors: Quynh Lê and Thao Lê (University of Tasmania, Tasmania, Australia) Book Description:   The world is becoming more and more intricately multidimensional, both culturally and linguistically. Language is so deeply embedded...

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Health and Well-Being: A Social and Cultural Perspective

Authors: Quynh Lê (University of Tasmania, Australia) Book Description:  One of the most essential aspects in life for anyone in any society is health and well-being. It is the indispensable base...

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Critical Discourse Analysis: An Interdisciplinary Perspective

Authors: Thao Le (University of Tasmania, Australia, Quynh Le (Dept. of Rural Health, Univ. of Tasmania, Australia) and Megan Short (Faculty of Education, Univ. of Tasmania, Australia) Book Description:   The title...

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