IRIS Outputs and Activities

Presentations to academic audiences

upcoming

Bolibaugh, C., & O’Reilly, D. (2023, March). Data sharing practices in applied linguistics: A peek under the hood at IRIS. Invited colloquium, AAAL Conference, Portland, Oregon.

Bolibaugh, C. (2023, June). Open science practices in bilingualism research: Insights and lessons from diverse experiences. International Symposium on Bilingualism, Macquarie University, Australia.

Marsden, E., & Bolibaugh, C. (2023, August). Opening up Applied Linguistics. Invited colloquium. BAAL Conference, University of York.

Marsden, E. (2023, April). Open research in applied linguistics: Opportunities and challenges. Invited keynote to the Asociación Español de Lingüística Aplicada, Merida.

2022

Plonsky, L. (2022, October). Methods matter: A look behind the curtain at quantitative L2 research. Plenary presented at the Applied Linguistics Association of Korea (ALAK) (held virtually)

Plonsky, L. (2022, August). Pitfalls and pet peeves in quantitative L2 research: A look behind the curtain. Invited lecture delivered at Anaheim University (held virtually).

Bolibaugh, C. (2022, June). Advocating open research: Reflections from within and beyond the university. Invited lecture at the inaugural UKRN Northumbria Conference, University of Northumbria, Newcastle. https://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.6778164

Marsden, E., & Bolibaugh, C. (2022, June). Open research practices: Values vs sustainability: A focus on open data. Paper presented at Symposium on Open Scholarship in Applied Linguistics, University of Cambridge, Cambridge, United Kingdom (online). https://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.6625658.

Pan, J. (2022, June). Developing Tests of Aptitude in Language Learning (TALL) into an open data tool. Presentation at Symposium on Open Scholarship in Applied Linguistics, University of Cambridge, Cambridge, United Kingdom (online).

Plonsky, L. (2022, June). Speaking openly on open science: A panel discussion. Panel discussion at Symposium on Open Scholarship in Applied Linguistics, University of Cambridge, Cambridge, United Kingdom (online). Panelists: Amanda Huensch, Bronson Hui, Paula Winke.

Plonsky, L. (2022, March). Methodological reform in quantitative applied linguistics research. Invited lecture at the Center for Language Learning Research (Leala), University of Turku (online).

Plonsky, L. (2022, March). Pitfalls and pet peeves in quantitative L2 research: A look behind the curtain. Invited lecture at Adam Mickiewicz University (online).

Plonsky, L. (2022, January) Quantiously optimistic: On the state of quantitative methods in the applied language sciences. Keynote presented at the LAMiNATE Conference, Lund University (held virtually).

2021

Thompson-Lee, S. & Alferink, I. (March, 2021). Using OASIS summaries to facilitate a dialogue between research and pedagogy. Presentation at The 3rd Applied Linguistics and Language Teaching International Conference. Online.

O'Reilly, D. (2021, April). L2 metaphoric competence and English language teaching. Invited online talk for the Communication & Language (CoLa) Knowledge Exchange Unit, Bishop Grosseteste University, UK

Plonsky, L. (2021, June). Measuring up: Psychometric concerns and contributions of meta-analysis. Keynote delivered at Research Synthesis in Applied Linguistics: Facilitating Research-Pedagogy Dialogue (held virtually).

Plonsky, L. (2021, October). The research-practice divide in second language acquisition. Invited talk, for Beijing Foreign Studies University.

2020

Marsden, E. (2020) Getting published. Webinar for the American Association for Applied Linguistics. 17 June 2020.

Marsden, E. (2020) Open research practices in the language sciences: Materials, data, and findings (IRIS and OASIS). Webinar at 'Open research at the University of York: Launch event'. 25 June 2020.

2019

Marsden, E. (2019) [Open science and applied linguistics: Where are we and where are we heading?](/iris/Content/assets/open_science_AAAL plenary_2019_FINAL_13_March_nn.zip) Invited Plenary at the American Association of Applied Linguistics. Atlanta, Georgia. 8th-13th March.

Revesz, A. (2019, August). Exploring task-based cognitive processes: Methodological advances and challenges. Plenary presented at the International Conference on Task- Based Language Learning, Ottava, Canada.

Revesz, A. (2019, August). Using IRIS to support open science practice in task-based research. Poster presented at the International Conference on Task- Based Language Learning, Ottava, Canada.

Plonsky, L. (2019, September). Methodological reform and learner corpus research. Plenary presented at the Learner Corpus Research Conference, Warsaw, Poland.

Plonsky, L. (2019, September). Mind your measures: Methodological reform at the SLA-assessment interface. Plenary presented at the Second Language Research Forum (SLRF), East Lansing, Michigan.

Paquot, M., Marsden, E., Plonsky, L., & TPresentations to practitioner audienceshompson, S. (2019, September). IRIS: The database of instruments for research into second languages. Paper presented at EuroCALL, Louvain-la-Neuve, Belgium.

Mizumoto, A. (2019, October). IRIS: The Repository of Instruments for Research into Second Languages. Poster Presentation at the 3rd International Conference on Situating Strategy Use: Stepping into a new era of strategy research and practice. Osaka, Japan.

2018

Gass, S., Loewen, S., & Plonsky, L. (2018, May). Coming of age: The past present, and future of quantitative SLA research. Plenary presented at Research Methodology in the Field of Second Language Acquisition and Learning. Montpellier, France.

Plonsky, L. (2018, May). Instructed L2 research: Taking a bird’s-eye view. Keynote presented at the International Conference on English Language and Teaching (ROC TEFL). Hsinchu, Taiwan.

Plonsky, L. (2018). The SLA-practice interface: What do we know? Where are we going? Invited lecture at residential session for MA-TESOL, Universidad de la Sabana, Bogota, Colombia (via BlackBoard), May 24, 2018.

Plonsky, L. (2018). Show me the data! On the need for multivariate analyses and ‘open science’ practices in applied linguistics. Invited talk, Southeast University, Nanjing, China, May 16, 2018.

Plonsky, L. (2018). Individual differences in second/foreign language learning: Nature plus nurture. Invited talk, Xi’an Jiaotong-Liverpool University (XJTLU), May 14, 2018.

Plonsky, L. (August, 2018). Forty years of research on instructed language learning: What have we learned so far? Keynote presented at the Congreso International de la Lenguas, Lingüística, y Traducción, Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México, Ciudad de México.

Plonsky, L. (August, 2018). Research for all! A crash course in locating and producing usable results for the L2 classroom. Pre-conference workshop (CILLT), Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México, Ciudad de México.

Plonsky, L. (2018). Show me the data! Transparency in quantitative L2 research. Invited presentation for 'Donuts & Distributions' (Stats Club), Michigan State University (via Skype).

2017

Marsden, E. (2017). Invited presentation. Opening up science: the case of second language learning and teaching research. University of Concordia, Canada.

Politt, K., Cristante, V., Plonsky, L., Thompson, S., Marsden, E. & Mackey, A. (2017). Poster presentation. Facilitating research : The IRIS database. GAL Research School. Münster University, Germany.

Marsden, E., Morgan-Short, K., Thompson, S., Abugaber, D. (2017) A synthesis of replication studies in L2 research. Paper presented at the American Association of Applied Linguistics, Portland, Oregon, 18-22 March 2017.

Morgan-Short, K. & Marsden, E. (2017) Consolidating and and sustaining the replication effort in L2 research. Colloquium at the American Association of Applied Linguistics, Portland, Oregon, 18-22 March 2017.

Marsden, E. & Borowczyk, M. (March, 2017) Tasks, methodological transparency and the IRIS database of research materials. Blog on Annual Review of Applied Linguistics, Task-Based Language Teaching.

Marsden, E., Morgan-Short, K., Thompson, S., Abugaber, D. (2017) A synthesis of replication studies in L2 research. Paper presented at EUROSLA, Reading, UK, 30th August - 2nd September 2017.

Plonsky, L., Mackey, A., Marsden, E., & Thompson, E. (2017, November). Using the IRIS database to conduct and replicate L2 research. Presentation at the American Council on the Teaching of Foreign Languages (ACTFL), Nashville, TN.

2016

Plonsky, L. (November, 2016) Method matters: Steps toward improving data collection, analysis, and reporting in second/foreign language research. Webinar delivered to the Research SIG of ACTFL.

Pan. J. & Marsden. E. (December 2016) Advancing Methodology of Cognitive Study of East Asian Languages: An Introduction of IRIS as a Repository of Data Collection Instruments. ICPEAL 2016, Guangzhou, China.

Nerenz, A., Hammadou Sullivan, J., & Plonsky, L. (November, 2016). Publishing your research in ACTFL’s Foreign Language Annals. Presentation at the American Council on the Teaching of Foreign Languages (ACTFL), Boston, MA.

VanPatten, B., Polio, C., Moeller, A., & Plonsky, L. (November, 2016). Researching best practices. Panel at the Research SIG Business Meeting, American Council on the Teaching of Foreign Languages (ACTFL), Boston, MA.

Marsden, E. (2016) Opening up the science: Transparency and reproducibility of methods in second language acquisition research. Invited plenary at the 7th International Symposium on Second Language Acquisition, for the Association of Second Language Acquisition of China. Chongqing, China. 12th November 2016.

Plonsky, L, Marsden, E., Gass, S., Crowther, D. Spinner, P. Methodological synthesis of acceptability judgement tests. Paper presented at the Second Language Research Forum, New York, 22-25 September 2016.

Plonsky, L, Marsden, E., Gass, S., Crowther, D. Spinner, P. Methodological synthesis of acceptability judgement tests. Paper presented at the European Second Language Association, Finland, 23-24 August 2016.

2015

Heil, J., Morgan-Short, K., Marsden, E. (October, 2015). A multi-site replication effort: Attention to form during comprehension. Paper presented at the Second Language Research Forum. Atlanta, USA.

Mackey, A. (September, 2015). Keynote Speaker. Task-Based Language Teaching 2015. Leuven, Belgium.

Marsden, E. (October, 2015). Publishing in academic journals. Workshop presented at the Second Language Research Forum. Atlanta, USA.

Plonsky, L. (September, 2015). ‘Double-blind peer review’ or ‘the blind leading the blind’: Presenting and publishing from an author, review, and editorial perspective. Invited paper given in the Department of English and Linguistics, Brigham Young University.

2014

Mackey, A. (May, 2014). Keynote Speaker. Methodological practice and progression in second language acquisition. The 4th International Conference on Foreign Language Teaching and Applied Linguistics, Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina.

Mackey, A., Park, H., Akiyama, Y., & Pipes, A. (March, 2014). Presentation. The role of cognitive creativity in L2 learning processes. Georgetown University Round Table. Georgetown, Washington DC. USA.

Marsden, E., Mackey, A. & O'Reilly, D. (August, 2014). Poster presentation. IRIS: A digital repository of data collection materials for research into second language learning and teaching. AILA World Congress. University of Queensland, Australia.

Marsden, E. (September, 2014). Language Learning Roundtable: Language learning theory and practice - bridging the gap. How can research into 'how learners process the input' inform (or not inform) foreign language teaching? EUROSLA 24, University of York, UK.

Marsden, E., Mackey, A., O'Reilly, D., & McManus, K. (October, 2014) Poster presentation. IRIS: A digital repository of data collection materials for research into second language learning and teaching. Second Language Research Forum, "Theory meets practice". University of South Carolina, USA.

2013

Marsden, E. (March, 2013). Presentation. IRIS: A repository of data collection materials for research into second language learning. Department of Education, University of Leicester, UK.

Marsden, E. & Mackey, A. (September, 2013). IRIS Conference - Eliciting Data in Second Language Research: Challenge and Innovation. National Science Learning Centre, University of York.

2012

Marsden, E. & Mackey, A. (July, 2012). Keynote speakers. Introducing IRIS: A resource for L2 research. The 8th BAAL Language Learning and Teaching SIG Conference, University of Oxford, UK.

Presentations to student audiences

2021

O’Reilly, D. (2021, March). Introducing and using IRIS and OASIS in MA TESOL and Applied Linguistics projects. Invited online session for MA TESOL and MA Applied Linguistics and English Language Teaching students, School of Education, Communication & Society, King's College London.

2017

Marsden E. (2017). Invited plenary: Open science and the IRIS database of research materials. COST action network on Study abroad (SAREP). Lund, Sweden.

Thompson, S. Marsden, M. & Plonsky, L. (2017). Facilitating teacher research using IRIS: A digital repository of Instruments used for Research in Second Languages. Workshop for teachers at ELTRIA (ELT Research in Action) Conference, Barcelona, Spain 21-22 April 2017.

Plonsky, L. The ethics of quantitative data handling and reporting: Sins of omission and commission. Invited talk in Graduate Research Seminar taught by Naoko Taguchi, Carnegie Mellon University, April 11, 2017.

2016

Plonsky, L. (June, 2016). The ethics of quantitative data handling and reporting in applied linguistics. Keynote speaker. Warwick International Post Graduate Conference in Applied Linguistics. Warwick, UK.

Marsden, E. (November, 2016). The research process and using IRIS for research and practice: An introduction for teachers and post-graduate students. University of Chongqing, China.

2015

Vasylets, O., O'Reilly, D., Marsden, E. & Mackey, A. (2015). Workshop. Workshop on reliability and validity in SLA research. Universitat de Barcelona, Spain.

2014

O'Reilly, D. (September, 2014). Table at wine reception. IRIS: A resource for research into second language learning and teaching. 2nd PARLAY Conference, University of York, UK.

2013

Mackey, A. (March, 2013). Presentation. Introducing IRIS: A resource for L2 research. American Association for Applied Linguistics 2013 conference, Dallas, Texas, USA.

Marsden, E. (April, 2013). Keynote speaker. An introduction to IRIS. The 8th Newcastle Postgraduate Conference in Linguistics, Newcastle University, UK.

2012

Marsden, E, (2012). Workshop. Advanced Research Methods & Skills series for White Rose PhD students. The University of York, UK.

Marsden, E. (June, 2012). Invited presentation. Data collection and using IRIS to teach research methods. HEA-funded workshop on promoting research amongst undergraduates. University of Winchester, UK.

Rebuschat, P. and Mackey, A. (2012). Presentation. Psycholinguistic Methods in L2 Research. Summer school in Bilingualism, Bangor University, Wales, UK.

Presentations to practitioner audiences

2020

O'Reilly, D. (February, 2020). OASIS and IRIS: projects enabling research-informed practice. Digital, Literacy and Language Roundtable. Invited participant at Carnegie UK Trust and Good Things Foundation event, St Thomas Centre, Manchester, UK.

2017

Thompson, S. Marsden, M. & Plonsky, L. (2017). Facilitating teacher research using IRIS: A digital repository of Instruments used for Research in Second Languages. Workshop for teachers at ELTRIA (ELT Research in Action) Conference, Barcelona, Spain 21-22 April 2017.

Plonsky, L., Mackey, A., Marsden, E., & Thompson, E. (2017, November). Using the IRIS database to conduct and replicate L2 research. Presentation at the American Council on the Teaching of Foreign Languages (ACTFL), Nashville, TN.

Pan, J. (November, 2017). Research design and using IRIS in Project-based language teaching research: An introduction for College English teachers. Higher Education Press, Suzhou, China.

Pan, J. (December, 2017). Research design and using IRIS in Project-based language teaching research: An introduction for College English teachers. Higher Education Press, Chongqing, China.

2016

Marsden, E., Kasprowicz, R. (May, 2016). Making grammar matter in the input. CPD to teachers, school mentors and teacher educators. School of Education, University of Portsmouth, UK.

Marsden, E. (November, 2016). The research process and using IRIS for research and practice: An introduction for teachers and post-graduate students. University of Chongqing, China.

2015

Mackey, A. (July, 2015). Invited speaker. Input, interaction, and task-based language teaching. Centre for Applied Research and Outreach in Language Education (CAROLE) MFL Conference. Greenwich, England.

Marsden, E. (July, 2015). Teaching grammar through the input. Teacher Educator and Trainers (ITET) annual conference. Association for Language Learning. St Mary's University. Twickenham, UK. Attended by 50 teacher trainers.

Marsden, E. & Hanan R. (Feb, 2015). Map the Meaning. Making grammar matter for progression KS2-4. The Association for Language Learning, South Yorkshire Branch, UK.

Mackey, A. (August, 2015). Invited Speaker. Second language interaction: How research can inform instructional practice. The 55th Annual Conference of the Japan Association for Language Education and Technology (LET). Osaka, Japan.

Marsden, E. & Thompson S. (November, 2015). Using IRIS to do action research. Invited Webinar leader for the SEETA International Project on Teacher Research.

2014

Mackey, A. (2014). Keynote speaker. Second language interaction: How it works, how it's evolving, and how it can be applied to instruction. English Teachers Association of Switzerland. The 30th Annual Conference and AGM. Thun, Switzerland. Paper delivered by Kendall King in absentia.

Mackey, A. (June, 2014). Keynote Speaker. From SLA research on interaction to TBLT materials. MATSDA Conference on SLA and Materials Development. Liverpool, UK.

Marsden, E. & Hanan, R. (2014). Keynote speakers. Making grammar matter in the input. CPD for language teachers. Network for Languages London, UK.

Marsden, E. & Hanan, R. (2014). Workshop. Teacher-researcher workshop: Researching foreign language teaching in primary schools. University of York, UK.

Marsden, E. (2014). Classroom based SLA research. The Inaugural Meeting of the White Rose Network for Inter-disciplinary study of Language Learning. University of Sheffield, UK.

2013

Mackey, A. (2013). Invited talk. Applications of second language research. U.S. Department of State.

Mackey, A. with Ellis, R. and Wills, J. (2013). Invited talk. Explorations in second language acquisition and task-based learning and teaching. Centre for Language Education Research at Aston, University of Aston, UK.

Marsden, E. (January 2013). Presentation. IRIS: A new online resource for doing research into second language learning and teaching. The 8th Annual E-learning Symposium, Language, Linguistics and Area Studies, University of Southampton, UK.

Marsden, E. (2013). Presentation. IRIS: A resource for teacher researchers. Language World 2013, Nottingham Conference Centre, UK. (subsequently available from ALL website).

2012

Marsden, E. (August, 2012). Introducing IRIS: A resource for teacher research. ALL Special Interest Group for Initial Teacher Education and Training, Teaching Agency, Manchester, UK.

Publications for academic audiences

upcoming

Bolibaugh, C., & O’Reilly, D. (abstract accepted) Data sharing practices in applied linguistics: A peek under the hood at IRIS. Research Methods in Applied Linguistics.

Bovolenta, G., Dudley, A., & Marsden, E. (abstract accepted). Open research approaches to developing a new vocabulary test for beginner-low intermediate learners of French. Research Methods in Applied Linguistics.

Marsden, E. (in press) Afterword: Going forward with open science for applied linguistics. In L. Plonsky (Ed). Open science in applied linguistics. Philadelphia: John Benjamins.

Plonsky, L. (Ed.) (in press). Open science in applied linguistics. Philadelphia: John Benjamins.

Plonsky, L., Hu, Y., Sudina, E., & Oswald, F. L. (in press). Advancing meta-analytic methods in L2 research. In A. Mackey & S. Gass (Eds.), Current approaches in second language acquisition research. Wiley Blackwell.

2022

In’nami, Y., Mizumoto, A., Plonsky, L., & Koizumi, R. (2022). Promoting computationally reproducible research in applied linguistics: Recommended practices and considerations. Research Methods in Applied Linguistics, 1(3), 100030. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.rmal.2022.100030

Isbell, D., Brown, D., Chen, M., Derrick, D., Ghanem, R., Gutiérrez Arvizu, M. N., Schnur, E., Zhang, M., & Plonsky, L. (2022). Misconduct and questionable research practices: The ethics of quantitative data handling and reporting in applied linguistics. Modern Language Journal, 106, 172-195. https://doi.org/10.1111/modl.12760

Liu, M., Chong, S. W., Marsden, E., McManus, K., Morgan-Short, K., Al-Hoorie, A. H., Plonsky, L., Bolibaugh, C., Hiver, P., Winke, P., Huensch, A., & Hui, B. (2022). Open scholarship in applied linguistics: What, why, and how. Language Teaching. https://doi.org/10.1017/S0261444822000349

Marsden, E. & Morgan-Short, K. (2022) (Why) are open research practices the future for the study of language learning? Language Learning. https://eprints.whiterose.ac.uk/191979/

2021

Bolibaugh, C., & Marsden, E. (2021). Reproducibility and research integrity in applied linguistics. https://doi.org/10.31222/osf.io/3ucbv

Bolibaugh, C., Vanek, N., & Marsden, E. J. (2021). Towards a credibility revolution in bilingualism research: Open data and materials as stepping stones to more reproducible and replicable research. Bilingualism: Language and Cognition, 1–6. https://doi.org/10.1017/s1366728921000535

2019

Marsden, E. (2018) Open science and transparency in applied linguistics. In C. Chapelle (Ed). The Concise Encyclopedia of Applied Linguistics. Oxford: Wiley-Blackwell

Marsden, E. J. (2019). Methodological transparency in applied linguistics and its consequences for the quality and scope of research. In J. McKinley, & H. Rose (Eds.), Routledge Handbook of Research Methods in Applied Linguistics. New York, NY:Routledge.

Marsden, E. J., & Plonsky, L. (2019). Data, open science, and methodological reform in second language acquisition research. In A. Gudmestad, & A. Edmonds (Eds.), Critical reflections on data in second language acquisition. Philadelphia, PA: John Benjamins.

Gass, S., Loewen, S., & Plonsky, L. (in press). Coming of age: the past, present, and future of quantitative SLA research. Language Teaching.

Plonsky, L. (in press). Quantitative research methods and the reform movement in applied linguistics. In H. Mohebbi, & C. Coombe (Eds.), Research questions in language education and applied linguistics. New York, NY: Springer.

2018

Marsden, E. (submitted 2018). Open science and methodological transparency in applied linguistics. In Chapelle, C. (Ed.) Encyclopedia of Applied Linguistics. Oxford: Blackwell.

Plonsky, L., Marsden, E., Crowther, D., Gass, S., & Spinner, P. (in press). A methodological synthesis of judgment tasks in second language research. Second Language Research.

Marsden, E. J., Thompson, S., & Plonsky, L. (2018). A methodological synthesis of self-paced reading in second language research: Methodological synthesis of SPR tests. Applied Psycholinguistics, 39(5), 861–904. https://doi.org/10.1017/S0142716418000036

2017

Plonsky, L. (2017). Quantitative research methods in instructed SLA. In S. Loewen & M. Sato (Eds.), The Routledge handbook of instructed second language acquisition. New York: Routledge.

Thompson, S., Plonsky, L., & Marsden, E. (July, 2017). The IRIS replication award and the community of science. Blog for the Centre for Open Science.

Thompson, S., Marsden, E., Plonsky, L. & Mackey, A., (2017). IRIS: The database of instruments, materials and data for research into second languages. BAAL News, 111, 5-6.

Marsden, E., Thompson, S., & Plonsky, L. (2017) Open science in second language acquisition research: The IRIS repository of research materials and data. In C. Granget, M.-A. Dat, D. Guedat-Bittighoffer and C. Cuet (Eds.) Connaissances et Usages en L2 / Knowledge and Usage in L2. SHS Web of Conferences, 38. https://doi.org/10.1051/shsconf/20173800013

Pan, J. & Marsden, E. 2017. An introduction to IRIS: A new methodological resource to enhance openness and replication in L2 research. Second Language Learning Research, 3, 2, 92-102.

2016

Collins, L. & Marsden E. (2016) Cognitive perspectives on classroom language learning. In Hall, G. (Ed.), The Routledge handbook of ELT. Chapter 1. Abingdon: Routledge.

Mizumoto, A., & Plonsky, L. (in press). R as a lingua franca: Advantages of using R for quantitative research in applied linguistics. Applied Linguistics.

Plonsky, L., Egbert, J., & LaFlair, G. T. (in press). Bootstrapping in applied linguistics: Assessing its potential using shared data. Applied Linguistics.

2015

Mackey, A. & Marsden, E. (Eds.). (2015). Advancing methodology and practice: The IRIS Repository of Instruments for Research into Second Languages. New York: Routledge.

Marsden, E., Mackey A., & Plonsky, L. (2015). The IRIS Repository of Instruments for Research into Second Languages: Advancing methodology and practice. In Mackey, A. & Marsden E. (Eds.), Advancing methodology and practice: The IRIS Repository of Instruments for Research into Second Languages. Chapter 1. New York: Routledge.

Plonsky, L., & Oswald, F. L. (2015). Meta-analyzing second language research. In L. Plonsky (Ed.), Advancing quantitative methods in second language research (pp. 106-128). New York: Routledge.

Loewen, S., & Plonsky, L. (2015). An A-Z of applied linguistics research methods. New York: Palgrave.

2014

Handley, Z., & Marsden, E. (2014). Linking CALL and SLA: Using the IRIS database to locate research instruments. In S. Jager, L. Bradley, E. J. Meima, & S. Thouësny (Eds), CALL Design: Principles and Practice; Proceedings of the 2014 EUROCALL Conference, Groningen, The Netherlands (pp. 1-6). Dublin: Research-publishing.net.

Mackey, A. (2014). Practice and progression in second language research methods. In Manchón, R. M. (Ed.), Research methods and approaches in applied linguistics: Looking back and moving forward, AILA Review, Volume 27 (pp. 80-97). Amsterdam: John Benjamins Publishing Company.

Marsden, E. & Mackey, A. (2014). IRIS: A new resource for second language research. Linguistic Approaches to Bilingualism, 4(1), 125-130.

2013

Plonsky, L. (2013). Study quality in SLA: An assessment of designs, analyses, and reporting practices in quantitative L2 research. Studies in Second Language Acquisition, 35, 655-687.

2012

Marsden, E. & Mackey, A. (Autumn, 2012). Instruments for Research into Second Languages (IRIS): A free digital repository. The Clarion online 9, Newsletter of EUROSLA.

Publications for practitioner audiences

2020

Pan, J. (May, 2020). An L2 research resource in the Open Science era: IRIS. iResearch media platform.

2017

Thompson, S., Mackey, A., Marsden, E. & Plonsky, L. (January, 2017). IRIS: The Database of Instruments for Research into Second Languages. ACTFL Research SIG newsletter.

Thompson, S., Mackey, A., Marsden, E. & Plonsky, L. (January, 2017). IRIS: The Database of Instruments for Research into Second Languages. TIRF newsletter.

2016

Thompson, S., Mackey, A., Marsden, E. & Plonsky, L. (February, 2016). Facilitating teacher research: The IRIS Database of Instruments for Research into Second Languages (IRIS). ACTFL Research SIG newsletter.

2014

Key, J., Marsden, E., & Mackey, A. (January, 2014). Focus on research: IRIS for teachers and researchers. TESOL Connections (monthly online membership newsletter)

Marsden, E. & King, J. (2013). The instruments for research into second languages (IRIS) digital repository. The Language Teacher 37 (2), 35-38.

2013

Mackey, A. (January, 2013). Instruments for research into second languages. TIRF Today 4, (2).

Marsden, E. (Spring 2013). Instruments for research into second language learning (IRIS). ELT Research 28, 34.

Other outputs/outcomes

2021

Pan, J. (2021). York Open Research Award for “Developing and validating internet-based Tests of Aptitude in Language Learning (TALL)”.

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