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Our Citations


Haswell, C. G., & Shachter, J. (2021). Turning a podcast into a research opportunity: The story of “Lost in Citations,” 九州大学言文論究 No. 46.


Shachter, J. (2021). Lost in Citations. Bulletin of the JALT Mind, Brain, and Education SIG 7(1), 37-40.


Shachter, J. & Haswell, C. G. (2022). Exploring ways of accommodating silent Japanese language learners in the classroom: Insights from scholars in the field, Journal of Silence Studies in Education, Vol. 1, No. 2, pp. 70-81


Haswell, C.G., Shachter, J. (2022). World Englishes, EMI, and State-of-The-Art International English. In: Hemmy, K., Balasubramanian, C. (eds) World Englishes, Global Classrooms. Springer, Singapore.


Haswell, C. G., & Shachter, J. (2023). Debating researcher labels in the field of language learning psychology: Do we really have an identity crisis?, 九州大学言文論究 No. 50.



Delivering state-of-the-art academia through the podcast medium, JALT Business Communications SIG, September 2021 [online]


Turning the Lost in Citations podcast into a research opportunity, JALT International Conference, November 2021 [online]


Opportunities afforded by the production of a research-oriented podcast, “Lost in Citations," CamTESOL International Conference, February 2022  [online]


Using alternative methods of research to investigate psychology-related journal articles, 8th Conference on International Higher Education, Tokyo, Japan, June 2022


Using an Academic Podcast to Gain Insights on Student Silence, JALT Listening SIG, September 2022 ​


How to accommodate silent learners in your classroom, JALT International Conference, November 2022 

Silence in the language classroom, SUFTL Language Conference, February 2023


The flexibility of a podcast: Benefits for researchers, teachers, and students, The 57th RELC International Conference, Singapore, February 2023

How can we learn what academics think about their peers’ opinions?, KOTESOL International Conference, Seoul, April 2023


New routes for qualitative research using podcast interviews, JALT PanSIG Conference, Kyoto, May 2023

How experts view English Medium Interaction’s development: a podcast-related research narrative, Lakeland International Conference, Tokyo, June 2023

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