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Bessie Mitsikopoulou

Bessie Mitsikopoulou is Assistant Professor at the Department of Language and Linguistics, Faculty of English Language and Literature, U. of Athens. She holds a PhD in Critical Discourse Analysis (U. of Athens), an MA in Applied Linguistics (U. of Reading), a Postgraduate Diploma in Computers in Education (Institute of Education, U. of London) and a BA in English Language and Literature (U. of Athens). Her research interests are in the areas of critical discourse analysis, genres analysis, ICT in language education, educational linguistics and digital literacies. She has participated in several research and EU-funded projects in the areas of language education, curriculum reform, genre analysis and ICTs. She is the author of Rethinking Online Educational Resources (Paradigm Publishers, 2011), co-editor of Policies of Linguistic Pluralism and the Teaching of Languages in Europe(Metaihmio Publications, 2004), The Periphery Viewing the World (Parousia Publications, 2004) and Literacy in English: Curriculum, Methodological Suggestions, Educational Materials (Greek Ministry of Education, 2006). She is also the guest editor of two special issues of the Journal of Language and Politics (7:3) and European Journal of English Studies (12:1). She has published in various international academic journals such as Language & Education, Journal of Language and Politics, Language Learning and Technology, Journal of Computer Mediated Comminication, Journal of Applied Linguistics.


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