My main area of research is around migration, language, learning and technology in various permutations. I am interested in the application of technology for using, learning and teaching languages and the interplay of linguistic and digital practices of multilingual and transnational families.I am not currently accepting new doctoral students. For information about my current students and their work, please see the Learning and Teaching Languages Research Lab page
- Cunningham UM., Rashid S. and Le T. (2019) The effect of learner training on the use of digital tools to support English writing skills.. Asian EFL Journal 21(2)
- Cunningham UM. (2017) Flipping the language classroom. New Zealand Language Teacher 43: 41-50.
- King J. and Cunningham UM. (2017) Tamariki and fanau: child speakers of Māori and Samoan in Aotearoa/New Zealand. Te Reo 60
- Rashid S., Cunningham U. and Watson KD. (2017) Task-based language teaching with smartphones: a case study in Pakistan. Teachers and Curriculum 17(2): 33-40.
- Cunningham UM. (2016) Language Pedagogy and Non-transience in the Flipped Classroom. Journal of Open, Flexible and Distance Learning 20(1): 44-58. http://www.jofdl.nz/index.php/JOFDL/article/view/269/201.