Professor Emeritus
BA, MSc, MA, PhD
Technology and Education
French Immersion, ESL Teacher Preparation (Secretary of State, Ministry of Education)

Asia-Pacific Educational Studies (Asia-Pacific Foundation, Ministry of Education)

Work in P.

Exploring the promotion of online open courseware and academic collaboration for  Academic ESL mastery in Turkey and Iran.

Recently Published Work

Carey, S. (2010, June). Promoting international cultural and academic collaborative communication through technologies of open course ware. In Proceedings of The Seventh International Conference on Cultural Attitudes towards Technology and Communication Conference. University of British Columbia, Vancouver.

Carey, S. (2010, March). The Next Step for Global English Academic Literacy and Credentialing Open Course Ware. In A. Acer & P. Robertson (Eds.), Journal of English as an International Language (pp. 147-155).

Carey, S. (2010). The Next Step for Global English Academic Literacy and Credentialing Open Course Ware. In A. Acer & P. Robertson (Eds.), Proceedings of the English as an International Language Conference. Oct. 14-17, 2009, Dokuz Eylül University, Izmir, Turkey.

Carey, S. (2010). An Online Open Course Ware Approach to International Academic Literacy. Canadian Centre for Studies and Research on Bilingualism and Language Planning (CCERBAL) Journal of Official Bilingual Languages Institute (OLBI). University of Ottawa.

Morgan, T. & Carey, S. (2009). From Open Content to Open Course Models: Increasing Access and Enabling Global Participation in Higher Education. International Review of Open and Distance Learning (IRODL), 10, 5.

Morgan, T. & Carey, S. (2009). From Open Content to Open Course Models. Proceedings of the 23rd World ICDE Conference on Open Learning and Distance Education. Maastricht, Netherlands.

Carey, S. A Model for Academic EOL Development for International Teachers and Students. Conference Proceedings for 2009 Society for Technology in Education Conference in Charleston March 5, 2009.

Carey, S. Technologies for Tertiary Education Preparation for Global Sustainability, Pandemics and International Financial Recession. Conference Proceedings for the 2009 E-LEARNING Association for the Advancement of Computing in Education. Vancouver Sheraton, October 27, 2009.

Guo, R., & Carey, S. (2008). Attitude Change and Knowledge Transformation. Polyglossia, 15, 25-34.

Basharina, O.K., & Carey, S. (October 2007). Factors shaping student participation in international computer mediated communication.Polyglossia, 13, 41-52.

Carey, S. & Morgan, T. (2005). Intercultural communication in online forums: Exploring new possibilities. Polyglossia, 10, 1-14.

Spiliotopoulos,V. & Carey, S. (2005). Investigating the role of identity in L2 writing using elecronic bulletin boards. The Canadian Modern Language Review62(1), 87-109..

Carey, S. & Guo, XG. R. (2003). Conditions for ESL acquisition on WebCT. The International Journal of Learning, Volume 9, 2002, 491-498.

Carey, S. & Guo, XG. R. (2002). Conditions for ESL acquisition on WebCT. In Learning Conference Proceedings. Melbourne, Australia: Common Ground Publishing.

Carey, S. (2002). Constructionism and Motivational Use of Technology for ESL Teachers. English Teaching, The Korean Association of Teachers of English, 57, 1, 45-57.

Carey, S., & Guo, R. (2002). Conditions for ESL acquisition on WebCT. Proceedings from the Ninth International Literacy and Education Research Network Conference on Learning, 16-20, Beijing.

Lee, S., & Carey, S. (2002). Explaining Chinese learners’ errors in the phonological representations of latinate derivatives in English. The Canadian Journal of Applied Linguistics, 5, 1, 65-92.

Carey, S. (2002). Principles for mixed mode classes using electronic bulletin boards for second language acquisition. Journal of Applied Linguistics Association of Korea, 17, 29-37.

Carey, S. (2001). Principles and practice of using interactive international technology for ESL. Invited Paper in Selected Papers From the 10th International Symposium on English Teaching. English Teachers Association, 21-29, ROC, Taipei.

Carey, S. (2001). How can we use WebCT technology to improve the minority Francophone and French immersion experience in western Canada? Distance 5, (2), 129-142. Laval University.

Carey, S. (2001). Evaluating the Success of ESL Online Communities. In Proceedings of the Tenth International Symposium of English Teaching. Taiwan Normal University, Taipei. (in press).

Cho, S., & Carey, S. (2001). Increasing Korean oral fluency using an electronic bulletin board and Wimba based voiced chat. The Korean Language in America. Vol. 6, 115-128. American Association of Teachers of Korea.

Carey, S. (2000). A Millenial Language Plan for ESL Education in Korea. Journal of the Applied Linguistics Association of Korea, l6, 1, 1-16.

Carey, S. (2000.) Using technology to foster authentic communication for second languge students. In Proceedings from TEND 2000, Dubai, United Arab Emirates.

Berwick, R., & S. Carey, (2000). The interaction of gender and identity: A six year perspective on Japanese participants in an academic year abroad. Polyglossia, 3, 37-52.

Grant, N., & S.Carey, (2000). On-line ESL interaction, negotiation and acquisition. TESOL Journal of Venezuela/VENTESOL. Nov. 34-38.

Carey, S. (2000). The threshold and interdependence concepts in minority second language immersion programmes. In P.W.Thomas and J.Mahias (Eds.), Developing Minority Languages. Proceedings of the Fifth International Conference on Minority Languages, Gomer Press, Cardiff, Wales.

Carey, S. (1999). The Use of WebCT for a Highly Interactive Virtual Graduate Seminar. Computer Assisted Language Learning, 12(1), 85-98.

Carey, S. (1999). Implications for Language and Cultural Policy in the Asia-Pacific from Experiments in Official Bilingualism and Multiculturalism in Canada. Polyglossia, 1, 1, 1-14.

Carey, S. (1999). Opening Our Minds to Highly Interactive ESL Acquisition on the Internet. Proceedings of the Eighth Internaitonal Symposium on English Teaching, English Teachers Association, Taipei. Crane Publishing Ltd.