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.

Uniliterate Blog ranking

This blog ranks #464 in our Top E-Learning Blogs.

Copy and paste this code into any part of your blog to get a dynamic badge that automatically updates your rank every day.

Posts by Uniliterate Blog

Virtual Laboratory: Authenticity and Metacognition

Recently I was invited to contribute to the Virtual Laboratory on Cognitive Approaches to L2 Instruction by the Universities of Heidelberg and Kent. It’s always […]

What conspiracy theories have in common with fiction – and why it makes them compelling stories Philip Seargeant, The Open University In an era dominated […]

Social Authentication and Teacher-Student Motivational Synergy

I am very happy to announce the publication of my 3rd book (4th if you include poetry). This book talks about social authentication, which (following […]

Five reasons English speakers struggle to learn foreign languages

ivosar via Shutterstock Michelle Sheehan, Anglia Ruskin University According to a recent survey co-ordinated by the European Commission 80% of European 15-30 year olds can […]

AILA

Call for Papers Practitioner Research & Classroom Dynamics: Emic Insights Through a Small Lens Organisers: Richard Pinner and Sal Consoli AILA 2020 World Congress 09-14 […]

Protected: Trolling and Language

There is no excerpt because this is a protected post.

Risking authenticity: Energy Return on Investment in Language Teaching

Screen Poster presented at the BAAL 2018 conference, York St John’s University, UK| British Association of Applied Linguists Abstract Studies repeatedly show one of the […]

The 1st J-CLIL Annual Bilingual Conference: CLIL pedagogy for multilingual and multicultural contexts

Authenticity and motivation in soft CLIL 2018 J-CLILPinner_authenticity Short Abstract This talk discusses materials in CLIL, specifically looking at the issue of authenticity, which is […]

FAAPI 2017: Authenticity as a continuum in the global context

Thank you to everyone who attended the FAAPI conference and watched my talk about the Authenticity Continuum. You can download the slides and references from […]

To those who attended the 2017 workshop entitles Using and Adapting Authentic Materials to Help Motivate Student 「学習意欲を高めるオーセンティック教材の活用法」, the main site page for this workshop is located […]

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 […]

LOAD MORE
We are updating our Privacy Policy, so please make sure you take a minute to review it. As of May 25, 2018 your continued use of our services will be subject to this new Privacy Policy.
Review Privacy Policy OK