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Dr. Mimi Li

Assistant Professor

Dr. Mimi Li joined the faculty as Assistant Professor of Applied Linguistics at Texas A&M University-Commerce (TAMUC) in 2018. She earned her Ph.D. in Second Language Acquisition/Instructional Technology from the University of South Florida in 2014. She was an Assistant Professor at Georgia Southern University prior to her appointment at TAMUC. Dr. Li is an enthusiastic educator who has taught a range of linguistics, TESOL, and ESL courses. Her research areas focus on second language writing and computer assisted language learning. She has conducted research projects on online collaborative writing, computer-mediated teacher/peer feedback, gamification and vocabulary learning, and multimodal pedagogy in teacher education. Her work has appeared in Journal of Second Language Writing (JSLW), Computer Assisted Language LearningLanguage Learning & Technology (LLT), SystemComputers & EducationComputers and Composition, and Journal of Computers in Education, among others. She received the JSLW 2016 Best Article Award for the publication on wiki-based collaborative writing. Dr. Li is a regular manuscript reviewer for multiple international peer-refereed journals and serves on the Editorial Boards of LLT and JSLW. Moreover, she co-edited the 2017 special issue on "Second language writing in the age of computer mediated communication" and is co-editing the 2022 special issue on “L2 writing assessment in the digital age” for JSLW. She is also working on a book project with Palgrave MacMillan.

Curriculum Vitae: Mimi Li.pdf