Professor Jane Setter teaches five modules in phonetics, pronunciation, and varieties of English, and feeds her research into the teaching of all of them.
In the module English in the World, students are involved in a different research project each year looking at features of global English pronunciation. Sounds, Grammar and Meaning is a basic introduction covering phonetics and speech science, and Analysing Speech teaches students acoustic and auditory speech analysis.
Jane is also co-editor of the Cambridge English Pronouncing Dictionary and she researches new words for inclusion. For example, in the 2011 edition, words added included "pwn" and "noob". These come from online gaming but are now frequently used by non-gamers.
She has written a book, Your Voice Speaks Volumes, about how our voices represent us, why we have ended up with all the accents we have in Britain, why it is so tribal, and why people react to accents differently.