Talks

Keynote talks

Re-imagining language learning through digital literacies, keynote for the English Teaching Conference, Universitas Negeri Surabaya (UNESA), Indonesia (4th Nov 2017)

Showing your workings in Qualitative Research, keynote for the Resonances 2017 conference, University of Leeds (17th May 2017) [link]

Beyond A4: PhDs writing for multiple audiences, keynote for the White Rose doctoral training centre Annual Spring Conference 2015 “Getting Published”, University of York (6th May 2015) [link]

Seminars & invited lectures

Building And Enriching a Culture of Writing in the Academy, Sultan Ageng Tirtayasa University (UNTIRTA), Indonesia (28th Oct 2017)

Digital literacy from the ground up, National Institute for Digital Learning, Dublin City University (12th May 2017) [link]

Ignorance and Epistemic Harm: Lessons for Digital and Information Literacy, Digital University Network, the Society for Research into Higher Education (5th May 2017) [link]

Literacy, Technology, and Society, Guest lectures at Hanoi National University of Education, Vietnam (1st March 2017); and Universitas Negeri Surabaya, Indonesia (8th March 2017) [link]

Challenging Methods for Literacy Research, the Society for Research into Higher Education Annual Research Conference 2016 (7-9th Dec 2016) [link]

Learning to write as an academic, seminar at the Department of Educational Research, Lancaster University (9th Nov 2016) [link]

The Dynamics of Knowledge Creation, University of Manchester Academic Careers Day (2nd June 2016)

‘Curation’ as a new direction in digital literacy theory, the Society for Research into Higher Education Annual Research Conference 2015: ‘Converging Concepts in Global Higher Education Research’ (9th Dec 2015) [link]

Being an academic: the changing writing practices of academics and how they influence professional identity, the Society for Research into Higher Education Annual Research Conference 2015: ‘Converging Concepts in Global Higher Education Research’ (10th Dec 2015) [link]

Going beyond A4: Academic engagement for multiple audiences, Literacy Research Discussion Group (LRDG), Lancaster University (27th Oct 2015) [link]

Getting ‘under the hood’: accounts of assignment writing, Academic Literacies: looking back, looking forwards, The Open University (Milton Keynes, UK), 5th Dec 2014 [link]

Reflections on research into digital learning and digital methods, BURCH International University, Sarajevo (Bosnia & Herz) 9th Oct 2014 [link]

Digital media for writers and poets (workshop for Commonword, Manchester), 19th Jun 2014 [link]

A sociomaterial account of how assignments got done, the Society for Research into Higher Education’s Digital University event: ‘The digital and the material: mapping contemporary student practices’, 28th Mar 2014 [link] [podcast]

The sociomaterial workings of a college writing assignment, the Society for Research into Higher Education Annual Research Conference 2013: ‘Experiencing higher education: Global Trends and Transformations’, 10th Dec 2013 [link]

Doctoral colloquium on learning innovations: Digital Literacies, University of Nicosia (Cyprus), 7th Nov 2013 [link]

Doctoral colloquium on learning innovations: Reflections on the doctoral process, University of Nicosia (Cyprus), 22nd Oct 2013 [link]

Digital Literacy Practices, The 62nd International Council for Education Media/CARDET (Nicosia, Cyprus), 28th Sep 2012 [link]

Keyboarding and Handwriting: comparing writing processes across paper-based and computer-based modes, 3rd Bloomsbury Student Conference in Applied Linguistics, Uni. of London, Jun 2010

Evaluating the impact of technology-enhanced work-based learning, University of Bradford/JISC, Nov 2010

Generationally speaking: strategies to preserve heritage languages, LINEE conference ‘New Challenges for Multilingualism in Europe’, Dubrovnik, Croatia, Apr 2010. Followed by same lecture at Glasgow University

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