American University in Kosovo
Julie M. Kolgjini received her PhD in Linguistics in May 2004 (Palatalization in Albanian: An Acoustic Investigation of Stops and Affricates). Since 2004 she has been teaching various language, literature, and linguistics related courses for Rochester Institute of Technology (New York, RIT), and in particular at the A.U.K. in Prishtina (Kosova). Her areas of expertise include general linguistics, phonetics, phonology, applied linguistics, L2 writing, Albanology, among others. Julie has also organized and participated in various conferences and workshops both in the US and abroad ranging from Second Language Studies to standard language ideology.
- Feedback for emerging writers: The good, the bad & the ugly
- Digital pedagogy and information literacy in the humanities: An interdisciplinary approach for scrutinizing sources in writing-intensive courses
- Reimagining a peer-to-peer writing center space
- Capitalizing on the triangulation of IT/media staff, faculty, and students in the flipped classroom in the context of a writing-intensive course