Part A: Digital Essay Link to iBooks: Part B: Critical Reflection Link to blogpost:
Mad rush to the finish line
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
Slow progress is still progress
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
Does academic equity even exist?
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?
Deep research Diving
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