Selected Refereed Journal Articles
2018 Ainsworth, J. Team-Based Learning in Professional Writing for Accounting Graduates: Positive Impact on Student Engagement, Accountability and Satisfaction. Journal of Accounting Education. (revised and resubmitted)
2016 Ainsworth, J. Student-led Project Teams: significance of regulation strategies in high- and low-performing teams. Journal of Management Education, 40(4), 453-477. DOI: 10.1177/1052562916630575.
2014 Ainsworth, J. The “why” and “how” of task-based language learning for an advanced Business French course. Global Business Languages, 19, Article 9. Available at: http://docs.lib.purdue.edu/gbl/vol19/iss1/9/.
2013 Ainsworth, J. Business languages for intercultural and international business communication: a Canadian case study. Business and Professional Communication Quarterly, 76(1), 28-50. DOI: 10.1177/1080569912471186.
2012 Ainsworth, J. Integrating methods and strategies from language teaching and business studies in Languages for Specific Business Purposes courses. Global Advances in Business Communication, 1(1), Article 7. Available at: http://commons.emich.edu/gabc/vol1/iss1/7.
2008 Ainsworth, J. Video excerpts, classroom games and an online double auction experiment: integrating "supply and demand" in the business language classroom. Global Business Languages, 13, 109-127.
2005 Ainsworth, J. Hôtel Renaissance: using a project case study to teach Business French. The Journal of Language for International Business, 16(1), 43-59.
2012 Ainsworth, J. The competitive advantage of learning Languages for Specific Business Purposes. In P. Heynderickx, S. Dieltjens, G. Jacobs, P. Gillaerts, & E. de Groot (Eds.), The Language Factor in International Business: New Perspectives on Research, Teaching and Practice (pp. 91-111). Bern: Peter Lang Linguistic Insights, Studies in Language and Communication.
1993 Ainsworth, J. Pour un enseignement du français assisté par ordinateur en première année universitaire. In J. A. Ainsworth, J. Jewinski, D. John et R. Ryan (Eds.), Second Language Dynamics: Essays for Teachers/Pour une meilleure pédagogie des langues secondes (pp. 69-75). Waterloo, ON: University of Waterloo.
Awards and Honours
2018-19 Temple University Internationalization Grant, Office of International Affairs
Project Title: Temple in Australia: Faculty Research, Student Cultural Enrichment, Overseas Cooperation with the University of Queensland ($3,970).
2018 Most Valuable Professor, Temple University Athletics – Field Hockey
2009-12 Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada (SSHRC) Joseph-Armand Bombardier Scholarship ($105,000).
2009 Award for Best Paper
Integrating Methods and Strategies from Language Teaching and Business Studies in Languages for Specific Business Purposes Courses. First Tricontinental Conference on Global Advances in Business and Communication (GABC).
Recent Conference Participation
2018 Ainsworth, J. Wells Fargo’s CEO letter to customers: a discourse analysis of managing trust in organization-stakeholder relationships, 83rd ABC Annual International Conference, Miami, FL, 24-27 October.
2018 Ainsworth, J. Team-Based Learning in Communication Courses for Accounting Graduates: Investigating Student Engagement, Accountability and Satisfaction, 83rd ABC Annual International Conference, Miami, FL, 24-27 October.
2018 Ainsworth, J. (Un)ethical Leadership: A Critical Discourse Analysis of Wells Fargo’s CEO email to team members, 14th ABC European Conference, University of Alcalá, Alcalá de Henares, Spain, 11-13 July.
2018 Ainsworth, J. Communicating Brand Authenticity: A Discourse Analysis of the Chilean Wine Trade, 11th Languages for Specific Purposes-10th Global Advances in Business Communication Conference, Universiti Teknologi Malaysia, Johor Bahru, 25-27 June.
2018 Ainsworth, J. Team-Based Learning in Communication Courses for Accounting Graduates: Investigating Student Engagement, Accountability and Satisfaction, 17th Annual TBLC Conference, San Diego, CA, 1-3 March.