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 […]

Join me at SITE 2017 Conference in Austin, TX

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

10 Online Research Tools Every Online Learner Should Know About: These 10 awesome online research...

Rhode Island Announces Statewide K-12 Personalized Learning Push

The Chan-Zuckerberg Initiative and other funders are supporting Rhode Island's efforts to define and research personalized learning in traditional public schools.

Does Publish or Perish Kill Innovation?

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 […]

New platform launches to help academics expand their reach

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 […]

Engaging Parents in After-School Programs

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 […]

What is phenomenology?

“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 […]

TEL-ling tales – where is the evidence of impact?

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 […]

Do you want a Researcher or Teacher?

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 […]

Hypothes.is online annotation tool

Looks like a pretty cool tool. Teachers have known the value of having students annotate texts...

Adapting a MOOC for Research

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 […]

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