Phil Hubbard

Phil Hubbard is Senior Lecturer Emeritus at the Stanford University
Language Center, where he served as Director of English for Foreign
Students 2003-2020. Working the past four decades in the field of
computer-assisted language learning (CALL), he has published in the
areas of CALL evaluation, development, theory, research methodology,
listening, teacher education, and learner training. He served on the
team that developed the TESOL Technology Standards (2008, 2011) and is
Associate Editor of the journals Computer Assisted Language Learning
and Language Learning & Technology. Currently, he is collaborating
with groups in the Canadian settlement language sector creating
targeted technology standards for teachers, learners, and programs and
developing a platform to support independent language learning.