Date of Degree
Bilingual, Multilingual, and Multicultural Education | Communication Technology and New Media | Digital Humanities | First and Second Language Acquisition | Instructional Media Design | International and Intercultural Communication | Radio
Podcast, English as a Second Language Program, New York City, Migration Studies
English Learners in NYC is a Digital Humanities project that intersects Migration Studies and Foreign Language Learning Studies by presenting a podcast series about the learning experience of international students in English as a Second Language (ESL) programs at English schools in New York City. The project aims to provide visibility to the educational migration in this specific context and to promote a discussion on how international students and educators can reimagine their teaching and learning experience. It also aims to reveal ESL schools' challenges during the COVID-19 pandemic and how they incorporated digital technologies during and after this event.
The podcast presents three episodes for this capstone project, available on a WordPress website hosted on the CUNY Academic Commons, Audio.com, and Spotify. It is a proof of concept (POC) demonstrating its feasibility for future development.
Neris, Raquel, "English Learners In NYC" (2023). CUNY Academic Works.
Bilingual, Multilingual, and Multicultural Education Commons, Communication Technology and New Media Commons, Digital Humanities Commons, First and Second Language Acquisition Commons, Instructional Media Design Commons, International and Intercultural Communication Commons, Radio Commons