Professor Kerry Dunne is Director of the Language Centre, Faculty of Arts, at the University of Wollongong. She previously held various posts at the University of New England as Associate Dean Teaching and Learning (Faculty of Arts and Sciences) and Head of School (Languages, Cultures and Linguistics; and Arts). Professor Dunne has extensive experience in language teaching, curriculum and resource development, and research into language pedagogy. She has in particular a strong record in the development of technology-enhanced language learning (TELL) materials. She has led teams of language educators, linguists and designers to develop a wide range of resources. This work was awarded an Australian Teaching and Learning Council citation in 2008 for sustained outstanding contributions to student learning. She was central to the development of the UNE model for delivering language programs to other universities, a model still used at James Cook University, the Universities of Newcastle and Southern Queensland. She was a member of the second ARC-funded Learned Academies Special Project (LASP) study (Nettelbeck et al., 2009).