PhD journey: Hidden Literature
Tue, Aug 27 2013 05:30 | accessibility, CALL, cMOOC, ESL, foreignLanguage, languageAcquisition, languageLearning, library, MOOC, open access, PhD, publishing, research
Image by DawnOfHope2012Over the past few weeks I've been knee deep in an initial literature review. This past summer, while vacationing, I met up with a colleague who teaches for my department as an adjunct, but he's got him own full post in Greece as well. While having coffee and talking about life in general we spoke about my PhD prospects, and my current feeling on the subject is that I am
Fri, Jan 23 2009 03:50 | blogs, education, foreignLanguage, instructionalDesign, linguistics, terminology
Recently, while clearing out my Google Starred Items, I ran across this article on the Linguist that I meant to read - but it slipped through my radar.I do have to agree with Steve on some points. If you are strictly a linguist, the teaching terminology is jargon that just doesn't make sense. This is one of the reasons I decided to do a dual master's degree in Instructional Design and Applied Linguistics.
How much do you remember from LANG 101/102?
Mon, Jan 12 2009 07:31 | foreignLanguage, language, languageLearning, opinion, recommendation, undergraduate
I was reading Revising and Defending the Foreign Language Major on InsideHigherEd the the other day when I had a small flashback to recent conversations that I've had with former classmates about their language learning experiences and the language retention that they have.In high school, I was required to take two years of a foreign language in order to graduate. I elected to take 4 years (coming