I am an Associate Professor at Budapest Business School (Hungary) with a documented history of working in higher education skilled in Moodle, intercultural communication, lecturing and educational technology. I hold a Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) in Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) in Education from the University of Szeged (Hungary). Since more than ten years I have been publishing my researches, which you can find in The Hungarian Scientific Bibliography Database (MTMT) and on international research sites, like Research Gate. In the past years, I was a member of more research teams at our university. Furthermore, I gave repeatedly courses about the effective use of digital tools.
Since 2011 I am National Contact of Hungary at EUROCALL, a European organisation of Computer-Assisted Language Learning (CALL).
I have recently been working on different Mobil-Assisted Language Learning (MALL) projects, including gamification and have been involved in Project-Based Language Learning (PBLL) research. For the PBLL-project launched two years ago, my colleagues of the German Section at BBS and I were awarded "European Language Label" in 2019.