Instructor, Japanese Language and Linguistics
Moore Hall 376
Ph.D.;University of Hawai’i at Mānoa, Communication & Information Sciences
M.B.A. with honors; University of Hawai’i at Mānoa, Focus on International Business.
M.A.; University of Hawai’i at Mānoa, English as a Second Language
Graduate Certificate; Wako University, Tokyo, Japan. American Literature
B.A.; Wako University, Tokyo, Japan. Human Relations/Modern Japanese Literature.
- Computer-Assisted Language Learning
- Innovative Teaching
- Trust and Culture Theories
Hitosugi, C. I., Schmidt, M., & Hayashi, K. (2014). Digital game-based learning in the L2 classroom: The impact of the UN’s off-the-shelf videogame, Food Force, on learner affect and vocabulary retention. CALICO Journal, 31(1), 19 – 39.
Hitosugi, C. (2011). Trust on the web: The power of subjective norm across cultures. Proceedings of the 15th Cross-Cultural Research Conference. Brigham Young University- Hawaii, HI. CD.
Hitosugi, C. I. (2011). Using a social networking site in Japanese class. In E. Forsythe, T. Gorham, M. Grogan, D. Jarrell, R. Chartrand, & P. Lewis (Eds.), In CALL: What’s your motivation? Collected papers on the cutting edge of language learning practice (pp. 72–83). Tokyo, Japan: JALT CALL SIG.
Hitosugi, C. I. & Day, R. (2004). Extensive reading in Japanese. Reading in a Foreign Language, 16 (1). http://nflrc.hawaii.edu/rfl/
Books, Book Chapter & White Paper
Hitosugi, C. I. (2004). Once upon a time (p.163). In Bamford, J. & R. Day (Eds.) Extensive Reading Activities for Teaching Language. Cambridge University Press.
Ota, J.H. & Hitosugi, C. I. (2002) Advanced online Japanese reading & writing course. http://nflrc.hawaii.edu/
Ashworth, D. & Hitosugi, I. (1993). Written Japanese: An Introduction. Honolulu, HI: University of Hawaii Press.
Ballard, Bonnaffons, Santos, Wigdel, & Hitosugi (2001). ADB Market Brief: The Pacific Islands, U.S. Commercial Liaison Office for the Asian Development Bank, Manila, Philippines