Seminar: Language Learning and Teaching in the Digital Age: New research methodologies

Date: 18 April 2013, 1.30pm–5pm

Venue: The Open University, Milton Keynes

Format: Half-day seminar

Type: Public

Co-ordinators: Regine Hampel and Uschi Stickler (The Open University), Gráinne Conole (University of Leicester) and Norbert Pachler (Institute of Education)

Speakers: Simon Buckingham Shum (The Open University), Gráinne Conole (University of Leicester), Julia Gillen (University of Lancaster)

Objectives of the seminar:

  • To explore new quantitative and qualitative research methodologies that can be used for researching digital environments for language learning
  • To discuss the possible application of these methodologies to specific environments
  • To inspire new collaborative research projects employing these methodologies

Attendance: This seminar is free but numbers are limited and will be allocated on a first-come-first-serve basis. For registration and additional information, please complete the ‘Expression of interest’ slip below and return by 10 April 2013 to Anne Foward (anne.foward@open.ac.uk).

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