Whilst messing with Storify, I realised that I cannot get it to ‘speak to’ my wordpress.com blog. So until I have figured it, or moved to wordpress.org, I will have to mess with Storify and then re-collate, or re-curate, the relevant tweets using the embed codes in a […]
My research and teaching interests lie at the intersections of Literacy Studies, Applied Linguistics, and Educational Technologies.
I have had the pleasure of working at the University of Bradford, Lancaster University, and now at Queen's University Belfast.
I am pleased to have a new paper published in a special issue of the Research in Learning Technology journal. I reflected on my process for collaboratively writing this paper in an earlier post, and how my co-writer and I worked on it using cloud-based technologies over a […]
I’m back from the internship working with CARDET in Cyprus. And whilst doing bits and pieces for them, I also managed to enjoy some parts of the magnificent island. One of the things I did whilst there was a session on Digital Literacies, see Prezi below: Also available […]
The following is an overview of my session for the ‘Doctoral Colloquium on Learning Innovations 1’ at the University of Nicosia (Cyprus) on 22 Oct 2013. The Presentation is below: The Prezi can also be found on: http://prezi.com/gi73acm6l3s1/?utm_campaign=share&utm_medium=copy&rc=ex0share This presentation outlined a series of reflections on my doctoral […]
This is one of two oral papers that I’ll be presenting at the Society for Research in Higher Education (SRHE) conferences in December 2013: The sociomaterial workings of a college writing assignment The paper builds on previous work where I have tried […]
I have recently submitted a paper for a journal, which will be coming out very shortly as part of a ‘digital literacies’ series. The paper is co-written by Roberto de Roock, a fellow PhD researcher at the University of Arizona. It’s been a pleasure working with Roberto over […]
It was a pleasure to present, meet researchers, and listen to the insights of others at the “Everyday Literacies” conference at Sheffield University on Friday. One of the things that appealed to me about the conference, and eventually to register and send an abstract, is its emphasis on […]