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 […]
This is fascinating small-scale project which explores the digital literacy practices of a Gaelic speaking community in Uist, an island of the Outer Hebrides in Scotland. This research is very informative and highly relevant to those studying a) the charachter of literacy practices in digital environments, and b) […]
I had a fascinating session with Cathy Clarkson yesterday, where we performed a digital literacies “icon mapping” exercise with the students of her very innovative “L4 Technology for Learning Delivery” course. I have been observing the course as part of my PhD research, and we agreed to use […]
Our School of Education Research conference keynote on 9th May is entitled: Demystifying the viva Professor Peter Hartley will talk about common problems that doctoral students experience with the viva examination, and suggest strategies for overcoming these. This will include a demonstration of a recent software to help […]
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The second post in the Doctoral Genres writing series with Ibrar Bhatt (http://ibrarspace.net) will be on abstracts for conferences as these is an integral part of the professional development of PhD students. I chose this topic as I have been working on several abstracts…
In this session we discussed Michel Callon’s paper on “Some Elements of a Sociology of Translation”.