Glenn Stockwell, PhD, is Professor in Applied Linguistics at Waseda University, Tokyo, Japan. He teaches a range of English language subjects and several applied linguistics subjects, including second language acquisition, second language teaching methodology, and computer-assisted language learning. His research interests include computer mediated communication, mobile learning, and the role of technology in the language learning process. He is co-author of CALL Dimensions (2006) with Mike Levy published by Lawrence Erlbaum, and editor of Computer Assisted Language Learning: Diversity in Research & Practice published by Cambridge University Press. He has published widely in international journals in the field of CALL, and is Editor-in-Chief of The JALT CALL Journal, Associate Editor of Computer Assisted Language Learning and Language Learning & Technology, and on the editorial boards of ReCALL and the CALICO Journal.