Associate Provost for Faculty Success and Professor
Ph.D., University of California at Berkeley
6425 Boaz Lane
Dr. Paige Ware is a professor in the Department of Teaching & Learning and Associate Provost for Faculty Success at Southern Methodist University. Prior to earning her doctorate in Education, Language, Literacy, and Culture at the University of California at Berkeley, she was an English as a Second Language (ESL) and English as a Foreign Language (EFL) teacher. Fluent in Spanish and German, she was a Fulbright scholar in Germany before moving to Spain, where she taught in a bilingual Spanish-English elementary program. Her research focuses both on the use of multimedia technologies for fostering language and literacy growth among adolescents, as well as on the use of Internet-based communication for promoting intercultural awareness through international and domestic online language and culture partnerships. Her research has been funded by a National Academy of Education/Spencer Post-Doctoral Fellowship, by the International Research Foundation for English Language Education (TIRF), and by the Ford Scholars program at SMU. She was also the principal investigator of a Department of Education Office of English Language Acquisition (OELA) professional development grant supporting secondary school educators in obtaining their ESL supplemental certification.
Ware, P., Kern, R., & Warschauer, M. (2016). The development of digital literacy. In P.K. Matsuda & R. Manchon (Eds.), Handbook of second and foreign language writing. De Gruyter Mouton.
Ware, P. (2016). Technology, new literacies, and language learners. In C. Chapelle and S. Sauro (Eds.), The handbook of technology in second language teaching and learning. Wiley- Blackwell.
Ware, P. (2016). Telecollaboration. In the TESOL encyclopedia of English language teaching.
Ware, P. (2016). Technology in kindergarten to 12th grade teaching. In the TESOL encyclopedia of English language teaching.
Ware, P. (2016). Automated writing assessment. In the TESOL encyclopedia of English language teaching.
Kern, R., Ware, P., & Warschauer, M. (2016). Computer-mediated communication and language learning. In G.S. Hall (Ed.), Routledge handbook of English language teaching.
Ware, P., & Kessler, G. (2014). Telecollaboration in the secondary language classroom: Case study of adolescent interaction and pedagogical integration. Computer-Assisted Language Learning.
Ware, P., (2014). Feedback for adolescent writers in the English classroom: Exploring pen-and-paper, electronic, and automated options. Writing and Pedagogy. 6(2), 223-249.
Ware, P., & Hellmich, A. (2014). CALL in the K-12 context: Language learning outcomes and opportunities. CALICO Journal, 31(2), 1-18.
Ware, P. (2013). Teaching comments: Intercultural communication skills in the digital age. Intercultural Education, 24(4),315-326.
Ware, P., & Ramos, J. (2013). First-generation college students: mentoring through social media. International Journal of Mentoring and Coaching in Education, 2 (2), 149-162.
Ware, P., & Kessler, G. (2013). Computer-assisted language learning and digital feedback. Contemporary computer-assisted language learning. New York: Continuum Press.
Kessler, G., & Ware, P. (2012). Addressing the language classroom competencies of the European Higher Education Area through the use of technology. In Marisa Perez (Ed.), Competency-based language teaching in higher education. John Benjamins.
Ware, P. (2012). Claire Kramsch: Bioentry. In C. Chapelle (Ed.), Encyclopedia of applied linguistics. Wiley-Blackwell.
Ware, P., Liaw, M.-L., & Warschauer, M. (2012). The use of digital media in teaching English as an International Language. In L. Alsagoff, W. Renandya, G. Hu, S.L. McKay (Ed.), Teaching English as an International Language: Principles and practices. Routledge International.
Ware, P., & Rivas, B. K. (2012). Technology and writing instruction in K-12 settings. Technology use across writing contexts. San Marcos, TX: CALICO.
Ware, P., & Rivas, B. (2012). Mixed methods research on online language exchanges. In M. Dooly and R. O'Dowd (Eds.) Researching online interaction and exchange in foreign language education: Methods and issues. Peter Lang.
Ware, P., & Warschauer, M. (2012). Qualitative research on information and communication technology. In C. Chapelle & L. Harklau (Eds.), The encyclopedia of applied linguistics. Wiley Blackwell.
Ware, P. (2011). Computer-generated feedback on student writing. TESOL Quarterly, 45(4), 769-775.
Ware, P., & Benschoter, J. (2011). Sheltered instruction for teachers of English Language Learners: The promise of online mentoring. Middle School Journal, 42 (3), 46-54.
Healey, D., Hegelheimer, V., Hubbard, P., Ioannou-Georgiou, S., Kessler, G., Ware, P. (2009). TESOL Technology and Language Standards. TESOL.
O’Dowd, R., & Ware, P. (2009). Critical issues in telecollaborative task design. Computer-Assisted Language Learning, 22(2), 173-188.
Pérez-Cañado, M.L., & Ware, P. (2009). Why CMC and VLE are especially suited to the ECTS: The case of tele-collaboration in English Studies. In M.L. Pérez-Cañado (Ed.), English language teaching in the European Credit Transfer System: Facing the challenge (pp. 111-150). Bern, Switzerland: Peter Lang.
Kern, R., Ware, P.D., & Warschauer, M. (2008). Network-based language teaching. In N. Van Deusen-Scholl and N. H. Hornberger (Eds.), Encyclopedia of Language and Education, 2nd Edition, Volume 4: Second and Foreign Language Education (pp. 281–292). Springer Science+Business Media LLC.
Ware, P.D. (2008). Language learners and multimedia literacy in and after school. Pedagogies: An International Journal, 3(1), 37-51.
Ware, P.D., & O’Dowd, R. (2008). Peer feedback on language form in tele-collaboration. Language Learning and Technology, 12(1), 43-63.
Warschauer, M., & Ware, P.D. (2008). Learning, change and power: Competing frames of technology and literacy. In J. Coiro, M. Knobel, C. Lankshear, & D.J. Leu. (Eds.), Handbook of research on new literacies (pp.215-240). New York: Lawrence Erlbaum.
Ware, P.D., & Pérez-Cañado, M.L. (2007). Grammar and feedback: Turning to language form in telecollaboration. In R. O’Dowd (Ed.), Online intercultural exchange: An introduction for foreign language teachers (pp. 107-126). Clevedon, England: Multilingual Matters.
Ware, P.D. (2006). From sharing time to showtime: Valuing diverse venues for storytelling in technology-rich classrooms. Language Arts, 84(1), 45-54.
Ware, P. D., & Warschauer, M. (2006). Electronic feedback and second language writing. In K. Hyland & F. Hyland (Eds.), Feedback on ESL writing: Context and issues (pp. 105-122). Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
Warschauer, M., & Ware, P.D. (2006). Automated writing evaluation: Defining the classroom research agenda. Language Teaching Research, 10(2), 1-24.
Ware, P. D. (2005). “Missed” communication in online communication: Tensions in a German-American tele-collaboration. Language Learning and Technology, 9(2), 64-89.
Ware, P. D., & Kramsch, C. (2005). Toward an intercultural stance: Teaching German and English through tele-collaboration. Modern Language Journal, 89(2), 190-205.
Ware, P.D. & Warschauer, M. (2005). Hybrid literacy texts and practices in technology-intensive environments. International Journal of Educational Research, 43, 432-445.
Kern, R., Ware, P. D., & Warschauer, M. (2004). Crossing frontiers: New directions in online pedagogy and research. Annual Review of Applied Linguistics, 24, 243-260.
Ware, P. D. (2004). Confidence and competition online: ESL student perspectives on web-based discussions in the classroom. Computers and Composition, 21(4), 451-468.