Li-Tang Yu (Ph.D., University of Texas at Austin) is an Assistant Professor at the English Department of the Fu-Jen Catholic University in Taiwan. He is a former elementary school teacher and English education consultant in the Education Department of Hsinchu City Government. His research interests include teaching English to speakers of other languages (TESOL), computer-assisted language learning, and teacher education. He studies second language acquisition from the perspective of language learners. He is interested in exploring what language learners bring to the learning process and how language teachers better support the learners. He has published research in Computers & Education, English Teaching & Learning, CALL-EJ, JALT-CALL, and Encyclopedia of Applied Linguistics.
He teaches Freshman and Sophomore English and English Conversation & Composition. He is also the advisor of junior students in the English Department. Currently, he is responsible for the project of English Proficiency Test and Graduation Threshold for Fu-Jen Undergraduate students.