Uniliterate Blog

Originally established as an eLearning consultancy because of my work with Virtual Learning Environments and teaching with technology, Uniliterate now offers a diverse range of services based around the skills and interests I have been developing over the years. The primary aim is to increase the authenticity of language learning, to learn multiple literacies for today’s needs and to encourage engagement over a wide range of platforms.

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The Future of Foreign Language Education in a Global World: Exploring Motivation and Autonomy

Part 1: The Future of English Motivation in a Global World The International Symposium held at the University of Toyama on February 19th 2017 was […]

International Symposium on Language, Autonomy and Motivation in Toyama

The Future of Foreign Language Education in a Global World: Exploring Motivation and Autonomy Dr Ema Ushioda will be in Toyama, Japan in February giving […]

The smart way to use Smartphones in the language classroom

Originally Published as The smart way to use Smartphones in the language classroom. Modern English teacher, 25(3), 2016.   Smartphones and mobile communication technology are […]

Authenticity 2.0

As language use today moves increasingly into digital fora - social media, social networking and so on, accompanied by an internationalisation of the language most […]

The connections between authenticity and native-speakerism: Students’ reactions to international English varieties – CELC 2016, Singapore

Presentation Summary and Resources In this post you can find my slides, audio from the presentation and also the link to the original questionnaire which […]

Reconceptualising Authenticity for English as a Global Language

This book examines the concept of authentic English in today’s world, where cultures are in constant interaction and the English language works as a binding […]

Upcoming Webinar on Native-speakerism and Authenticity for TEFL Equity

Native-speakerism and authenticity are two subjects that have been written on extensively in the field of English language teaching, but the links between the two […]

5th Waseda ELF International Workshop, Tokyo

Slides from my talk at today’s International Workshop on ELF at Waseda University in Tokyo. Japanese Students’ Reactions to International Speakers of English: native-speakerism and […]

Using and Adapting Authentic Materials to Help Motivate Students

This course offers an insight into how best to select and adapt authentic materials to use with students as a way of exposing them to […]

EFL Teacher Journeys, Tokyo June 2015

The teaching never stops: reflections on teacher roles, transportable identities and social networks To be(friend) or not to be(friend), that is the question. Some teachers […]

Authenticity Poster, CAES Faces of English, Hong Kong

The Social and Individual Flow of Authenticity Authenticity in the language classroom is approached from a social and existential perspective. In this poster I attempt […]

CAES Faces of English Paper Presentation

Using self-assessment to maintain motivation in a dynamic classroom environment In this presentation I outline how and why I have established a self-assessment system in […]

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