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Keynote Speakers

David Crookall


PhD (1989) Université de Nancy II, France.

MA (1983)

MA (1978)

Université de Nancy II, France.

Université de Provence, Aix-en-Provence, France.
BA (1974) Université de Provence, Aixen-Provence, France.
Cert.TEFL (1977) Royal Society of Arts, London, UK
Dip.TEFL (1977) Trinity College, University of London, UK.
Conference Chairmanship Organiser & director of 17th International ISAGA Conference, France (1986).
Consultant for several conferences (Italy, Japan, Spain).
Member of Honorary Committee for several conferences (Bulgaria, Estonia, Netherlands, USA).
Member of Selection Committee for several conferences (France, USA).


Simulation & Gaming: An Interdisciplinary Journal of Theory, Practice, and Research (Sage Publications).

Editorial Board Member:
Journal of International Communication (Maquarie University Press), Journal of Management Development (MCB University Press), Simulation/Games for Learning (Kogan Page),
Simulation and Gaming Yearbook (Kogan Page), Social Science Computer Review (Sage Publications),

System: An International Journal of Educational Technology & Applied Linguistics (Pergamon Press).
Positions Université de Nice Sophia Antipolis UNSA (France; Sept 1997-present).
National University of Singapore NUS (July 1998 - 2000).
Université de Technologie de Compiègne UTC (France; 1994-97).
Institut d’Etudes Politiques IEP (Lille, France; 1993-94).
University of Alabama (USA; 1989-93).
Pennsylvania State University (USA; 1988-89).
Université du Sud Toulon- Var (France; 1976-88)
Professional Services President (past), ISAGA.
Vice-President (past), AMTESOL.
Executive Council member of several organisations (past or present), ISAGA, NASAGA, SAGSET.
Communication Cross-cultural communication, professional communication training (incl international business & academic presentation), leadership & teamwork, international understanding, intergroup behaviour, job interview skills.
Educational technologies

Computer- & Internet-mediated instruction, computerised simulation,

blended learning, resource centres, research methods (multi-method research).
Training Experiential & active learning methods, simulation/gaming, simulation design, debriefing, self-directed learning, teacher development, learner training & learner responsibility, syllabus design & instructional materials development, professional presentation skills, leadership and teamwork, job interview skills.
Publication Publishing, editing, writing, book and journal production.
Consultation Ambassade de France, Estonia; Czech Republic; Malaysia; Singapore.
British Council, Malaysia; France; Czech Republic.

Ecole Nationale d'Administration (ENA), Paris, France.
Ecole Supérieure de Commerce et d'Administration des Entreprises, Marseille, France.

Centre d'Etudes du Commerce International, Marseille, France.
BBC, UK.Chulalongkorn University, Thaïland. Kasetsart University, Bangkok, Thailand,
Czech Technical University, Czech Republic.

Foreign Service Institute , USA.
Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), Cambridge, MA, USA. University of Chicago, USA,

University of Maryland, USA; World Bank, Washington DC, USA.
Chiba Institute of Technology, Japan. KOEI, Tokyo, Japan.
IKIP, Bandung, Indonesia.
Management Training Centre, St.Petersburg, Russia.
Universiti Malaya, Malaysia.
Nanyang University of Technolgy (NTU), Singapore. National University of Singapore (NUS), Singapore. Regional Language Centre (RELC), Singapore
Universidad Politécnica de Valencia, Espagne
9 Books

Simulation and Gaming Across Disciplines and Cultures (1995), Global Interdependence: Simulation and Gaming Perspectives (1992),

Communication and Simulation:From Two Fields to One Theme (1989), Simulation- Gaming in Education and Training (1988).
Over 40 chapters in edited volumes and over 60 articles in journals (30 in peer-reviewed journals).

Computer Assisted Language Learning; English Language Teaching J;
J of Multilingual and Multicultural Development; Language Learning: A J of Applied Linguistics; RTL Review of Applied Linguistics;
System: An International J of Educational Technology & Applied Linguistics; Simulation/Games for Learning; Social Science Computer Review; Simulation & Games: An International J of Theory, Design, and Research;

TESL Canada J.
Over 15 invited & keynote presentations; over 50 proposed presentations.

ABSEL (Assoc for Business Simulation & Experiential Learning), AILA (Assoc Internationale de Linguistique Appliquée), EDUCOM (Educational Technology),
EURIT (European Conference of Information Technology in Education),
ISA (International Studies Assoc),
ICLSP (International Conference on Language & Social Psychology),
ISAGA (International Simulation & Gaming Assoc), MELTA (Malaysia English Teachers Association), NASAGA (North American Simulation & Gaming Assoc), RELC International Conference (Singapore),
SAGSET (Society for Interactive Learning),
SCA (Speech Communication Assoc),
SIETAR International (Society for Intercultural Education, Training, & Research),

TESOL (Teachers of English to Speakers of Other Languages).


David Crookall

Editor Simulation & Gaming : An Interdisciplinary Journal
Mobile: +33 (0) (mob), +33 (0)
Email: crookall@wanadoo.fr & crookall@gmail.com

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