This is my site for multimodal study. It has until now been closed but I have opened up most pages and all posts to share with you who share my interest in multimodality.
Please note, that the logic is not perfect and the main purpose here is to use a multimodal digital tool in my process of multimodal studies.
/Henrika Florén 2017-06-08
Cambridge University 1-2 June 2017, Department of Education.
Interesting conference, particularly useful was the
Panel Discussion with Academics from the Cambridge Faculty of Education.
How can we produce research of international impact and what steps should we make to facilitate international collaborations between researchers?
Dr Olena Fimyar, Prof Pauline Rose, Prof Jan Vermunt
and then the workshop “Who is my research for? Positioning ourselves as researchers” with James Underwood from Northhampton University.
I will look more closely at JURE
JURE is the network of Junior Researchers of EARLI. JURE is dedicated to the interests of all junior researchers in the field of learning and instruction. Primary aim of JURE is to represent and support research students on matters that are of interest to them. Furthermore, learning and interaction among junior and senior researchers are significant goals for JURE
And PhD Cora Xu’s blog Transnational Education
Training. Advice. Live Discussion. Networks.
Free online lectures. Interactive training courses. Expert advice. Resources to support you in publishing your world-class book or journal article. Certificates to recognize your efforts.
Historical Encounters is a peer-reviewed, open access, interdsiciplinary journal dedicated to the empirical and theoretical study of:
- historical consciousness (how we experience the past as something alien to the present; how we understand and relate, both cognitively and affectively, to the past; and how our historically-constituted consciousness shapes our understanding and interpretation of historical representations in the present and influences how we orient ourselves to possible futures);
- historical cultures (the English equivalent of the German term Geschichtskultur which literally translates “history culture”, and thus refers to the effective and affective relationship that a human group has with its own past; the agents who create and transform it; the oral, print, visual, dramatic, and interactive media representations through which it is lived, and by which it is disseminated; the personal, social, commercial, and political uses to which it is put; and the processes of reception that shape encounters with it);
- history education (how we know, teach, and learn history through: schools, universities, museums, public commemorations, tourist venues, heritage sites, local history societies, and other formal and informal settings).
Submissions from across the fields of public history, history didactics, curriculum & pedagogy studies, cultural studies, narrative theory, and historical theory fields are all welcome.
The journal editors are particularly interested in presenting a variety of voices from scholars at various career stages, and therefore encourages early career researchers to submit their work for review.
Since 1977, the Journal of Pragmatics has addressed a number of questions that are essential to our understanding of how language works in communicative and social interaction, and continues to welcome innovative pragmatic scholarship from all perspectives.
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