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The global reach of Florida innovations. Florida Trend.
Cutting-edge innovations to fight disease, enhance learning win USF’s Excellence in Innovation Awards. USF Research & Innovation Newsroom.
MARVL: USF Professor Develops App to Help Bilingual Students. Spectrum Bay News 9.
Tampa app developer taps augmented reality to help kids learn English. St. Pete Catalyst.
Virtual characters created at USF to teach emergent bilingual students English. University of South Florida Newsroom.
Learning app created by USF professor enhances vocabulary instruction for dual and English language learners. University of South Florida College of Education.
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Cade Prize Selects 21 Fibonacci Finalists. Cade Museum.
Radio Cade: “A Better Way to Learn New Languages.” Available on Buzzsprout, iTunes, Google Play, and Spotify.Despite the plethora of language learning tools, learning a new language is still very difficult for many people. What if it was much easier and much more fun? Dr. Sara Smith, a finalist for the 2020 Cade Prize, Oxford and Harvard educated Assistant Professor at USF, and CEO of MARVL shares how her patented augmented reality app can change how we learn languages.
Sara A. Smith, Ph.D., is an Assistant Professor in Foreign Language and English for Speakers of Other Languages Education at the University of South Florida. She earned a Master and Doctoral degree in Applied Linguistics and Second Language Acquisition from Oxford University, followed by postdoctoral research at the Harvard University Graduate School of Education. Her research addresses language learning and cognition, bilingualism in development, and new technologies for supporting language learners. She recently took part in the JP Morgan Chase TechWomen Rising Accelerator program at the Tampa Bay Wave, one of 13 female entrepreneurs selected from over 800 applicants. She was also a finalist for the 2020 Cade Prize for Innovation.
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