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 […]
Two of my proposals were accepted for presentation at the Society for Information Technology and Teacher Education (SITE) International Conference in Austin, TX. I’d love to […]
10 Online Research Tools Every Online Learner Should Know About: These 10 awesome online research...
The Chan-Zuckerberg Initiative and other funders are supporting Rhode Island's efforts to define and research personalized learning in traditional public schools.
If you’re a professor, you’re no stranger to the term “publish or perish.” And for good reason. The publish or perish phenomenon has been around […]
Researchers are increasingly judged by the impact their research has in the wider world, so a recent platform launched by Digital Science should be of […]
As part of the Leveling Up: Parenting study, a project of the Connected Learning Research Network at the DML Research Hub, I and my fellow […]
“Experience by itself is not science” (Edmund Husserl) Phenomenology, a word that strikes “fear” into the heart of every qualitative researcher. A lot of this […]
Research is complex. It can be a messy business, but it matters. Higher education revolves around research and student degrees yet when it comes to the […]
One thing I really enjoy about my job and actually look forward to, is the teaching. I love to communicate, hence the waffling, and to […]
Looks like a pretty cool tool. Teachers have known the value of having students annotate texts...
Written by my colleague, Rachael Hodge, this article is a summary of our experience in identifying and developing research activities within the University of Warwick’s […]