Her research interests include teaching Japanese as a foreign language, modern/contemporary art, in particular Pop art, popular culture, e-Learning and game-based learning.
- Research in a Nutshell (a 1-minute video presentation on UoE's website): http://homepages.inf.ed.ac.uk/srodnes/CSE/?cat=83
- Fumiko Narumi-Munro, Wilma Alexander, Akiko Hemmi, Helen Parker, Yoko Yamauchi (née Takahashi), Paper presentation (in Japanese): 'INTERACTIVE LANGUAGE LEARNING VIA NINTENDO DSi' at the 5th International Conference on Computer Assisted Systems For Teaching & Learning Japanese (CASTEL-J), Nagoya University of Foreign Studies, 20-22 August 2012. http://2012castelj.kshinagawa.com/proceedings/Koutou/21/21_2_4_narumi.pdf
- E-Learning@ed2011 (April 2011): poster session
- 13th BATJ Annual Conference (Sept. 2010): poster session
- Innovating e-Learning 2010 online conference (Nov. 2010): Have-a-Go session
- Online Japanese Language tutoring with Nintendo DSi console: Report on HANABI project and demonstration. Invited talk at Gakushuin University in Tokyo (11 July 2011)
- Paper demonstration: HANABI project: games consoles and beyond at the 14th BATJ Annual Conference (9-10 September 2011) Oxford, UK
- Fumiko Narumi-Munro, Wilma Alexander, Akiko Hemmi, Helen Parker, Yoko Yamauchi (née Takahashi), Paper presentation: HANABI project at ICT for Language Learning Conference, 4th edition (20-21 October 2011).
This article was published on Nov 12, 2012