Kessler, M. (Under contract/in preparation). Digital multimodal composing: Connecting theory, research and practice in second language acquisition. Multilingual Matters.
Kessler, M., & Polio, C. (Eds.). (Under contract/in preparation). Conducting genre-based research in applied linguistics: A methodological guide. Routledge.
Book Chapters (** indicates published work with students)
**Kessler, M., Marino, F., & Farrell, S.(Invited; under review). Computer-assisted language learning and teaching: Emerging trends, challenges, and solutions in ELT. In A. M. Riazi & N. Nazari (Eds.), Adaptable English language teaching: Advances and frameworks for responding to new circumstances. Routledge.
**Marino, F., Liska, D., & Kessler, M.(In press). Ethical considerations for research involving computer-assisted language learning, social media, and online environments. In P. I. De Costa, C. Cinaglia, & A. Rabie (Eds.), Ethical issues in applied linguistics research. John Benjamins.
**Farrell, S., & Kessler, M. (In press). Leveraging open accessible summaries in language studies (OASIS) for EFL writing teacher professional development workshops. In E. Ene, B. Gilliland, S. Henderson Lee, T. Saenkhum, & L. Seloni (Eds.), EFL writing teacher education and professional development: Voices from under-represented contexts. Multilingual Matters.
Kessler, M. (In press). Designing collaborative writing tasks for face-to-face and computer-mediated communication contexts. In M. Li & M. Zhang (Eds.), L2 collaborative writing in diverse learning contexts. John Benjamins.
De Costa, P. I., Kessler, M., & Gajasinghe, K. (2022). Ethnography. In S. Li, P. Hiver, & M. Papi (Eds.), The Routledge handbook of second language acquisition and individual differences (pp. 427-440). Routledge. [Link to E-book]
Lim, J., & Kessler, M. (2022). Directions for future research on SLA, L2 writing, and multimodality. In R. M. Manchón, & C. Polio (Eds.), The Routledge handbook of second language acquisition and writing (pp. 325-338). Routledge. [Link to E-Book]
Kessler, M., &Maloney, J. (2019). The use of ethnography in World Englishes. In P. I. De Costa, D. Crowther, & J. Maloney (Eds.), Investigating World Englishes: Research methodology and practical applications (pp. 104-121). Routledge. [Link to E-Book]
Maloney, J., & Kessler, M. (2019). Ethnography: Connecting the local and the global. In P. I. De Costa, D. Crowther, & J. Maloney (Eds.), Investigating World Englishes: Research methodology and practical applications (pp. 44-65). Routledge. [Link to E-Book]
Polio, C., & Kessler, M. (2019). Teaching L2 writing: Connecting SLA theory, research, and pedagogy. In N. Polat, P. MacIntyre, & T. Gregersen (Eds.), Research-driven pedagogy: Implications of L2A theory and research for the teaching of language skills. Routledge. [Link to E-Book]
Book Reviews (**indicates published work with students)
Kessler, M. (2021). Review of Particle placement in English L1 and L2 academic writing: A triangulated learner-corpus and experimental study of weight effects, by A. Kinne. International Journal of Corpus Linguistics, 26(3), 429-433. https://doi.org/10.1075/ijcl.00041.kes
Kessler, M. (2021). Review of Essentials of SLA for L2 teachers: A transdisciplinary framework, by J. K. Hall. ELT Journal, 75(1), 107-109. https://doi.org/10.1093/elt/ccaa055
Kessler, M. (2019, August). Review of Approaches to inclusive English classrooms: A teacher's handbook for content-based instruction, by K. M. Reynolds. TESOL TEIS News. [Link]
Kessler, M. (2014, August). Bridging the gap: Transitioning from IEP to academia [Review of Grammar and Beyond: Level 4]. TESOL HEIS News. [Link]
Kessler, M. (2013, January). Teaching and ingraining writing as a process [Review of Focus on Writing]. TESOL HEIS News.
Kessler, M., & Lee, J. (2012). Review of Developing Courses in English for Specific Purposes, by H. Basturkmen. The Canadian Modern Language Review, 68(3), 343-345. [Link]