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Luis Cerezo- Ceballos

Assistant Professor
World Languages and Cultures

  • Additional Positions at AU

    Director, Spanish Language Program
  • Dr. Cerezo designs, evaluates, and implements audiovisual technology for second language learning. He is the author of Talking to Avatars, a computerized tutor that allows students to learn Spanish by interacting with pre-filmed actors. His empirical research investigates variables such as type of computerized practice, corrective feedback, and learner individual differences. Prof. Cerezo teaches courses in Spanish linguistics, translation, second language acquisition, language technology, and empirical research methods.
  • Degrees

    Ph.D. (distinction), Spanish Linguistics, Georgetown University
    Ph.D. candidate, Translation, U. of Málaga
    M.S., Spanish Linguistics, Georgetown U.
    M.S., Computational Linguistics, Georgetown U.
    M.S., Machine Translation, U. of Manchester
  • Languages Spoken:

    Spanish, English, Italian, German
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Teaching

  • Spring 2014

    • SPAN-705 Sem: Spanish & Latin Amer Stds: Language Research Technology
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  • Fall 2014

    • SPAN-559 Colloquium on Latin America: Spanish Teaching Methodologies
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