Part A: Digital Essay Link to iBooks: Part B: Critical Reflection Link to blogpost:
Well it's done! Well it's kind of done. The digital essay part is done and I've got all the little interactive bits and pieces and I hope they work in real life and not just in preview. Thanks to Sharon who has also been experimenting with iBooks author and was the crucial hour or so … Continue reading Mad rush to the finish line
I guess that will have to be my mantra for now. I spent from Friday to Sunday at the UWCSEA Multilingual Conference (#mlconf2015 if you want to follow the tweets - although not many people tweeting besides yours truly and a few others). Besides the fact that I was giving two sharing sessions, as you … Continue reading Slow progress is still progress
I've just finished reading through Yvette Slaughter's PhD thesis: The study of Asian languages in two Australian states: considerations for language-in-education policy and planning and what an eye-opener it was. And not for the reasons I thought it would be. I'm really interested in language-learning ecology/(ies) and since hers mentioned this, I decided to take the … Continue reading Does academic equity even exist?
I'm going to either become very quiet or very noisy in the next few weeks as I dive into my next research topic for my last (yikes, how fast did that go) assignment for INF530. This is my research proposal: =============================================== 1. Proposal Topic Language learning and the new digital information ecology 2. Proposed digital … Continue reading Deep research Diving