- Call for papers (2010/2) Posted by Maurice Claypole Member of Advisory Board Languages and Dialogues Languages and DialoguesMessage 1 of 3 , Jul 29, 2010View SourceCall for papers (2010/2)
Member of Advisory Board
Languages and Dialogues
Languages and Dialogues
invites submissions for the next thematic issue (2010/2): language and
the world. For the scope of this issue, we expect papers that
contemplate the role of language in the world. Some of the possible
the implications of (verbal and nonverbal) language in human
the representation of thinking through language;
the concepts of language in contemporary world;
the relationship between language, power, and knowledge;
writing in cyberspace;
the teaching of writing, speaking, and reading;
literary language as artistic representation of the world;
and other topic-related subjects.
The deadline for paper submission is 10 October 2010.
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- Apologies for any cross postings. Sent on behalf of Dr Ghanashyam Sharma. Please respond directly to Ghanashyam.Sharma@stonybrook.edu ... Massive openMessage 2 of 3 , Nov 30, 2013View SourceApologies for any cross postings.Sent on behalf of Dr Ghanashyam Sharma. Please respond directly to Ghanashyam.Sharma@stonybrook. edu------CFP------Massive open online courses (MOOCs) have recently drawn a lot of attention across the world among teachers, scholars, and academic institutions. While MOOC providers, media outlets, and some teachers/scholars have viewed the phenomenon as a positive advancement in higher education, many scholars are worried that MOOCs might ultimately undermine the qualities and values that sustain higher education within and across national borders more significantly than they contribute positively. Teachers and scholars in different contexts and countries need to broaden and deepen the conversation so that the positive potentials are realized while also recognizing the pitfalls of this advancement.As guest editors for the Journal of Global Literacies, Technologies, and Emerging Pedagogies, my colleague Michael Murphy and I are inviting scholars who represent different perspectives, disciplines, countries, and contexts to consider submitting article manuscripts for a special MOOCs-focused issue of the journal. If you would like to contribute to the eclectic collection that we are striving to make this issue, your perspective/experience would add tremendous value to the conversation. Please find attached the CFP, which is also available at http://joglep.com/index. php/sepcial-issue-sThank you for your consideration.Shyam Sharma----------On behalf of JOGLTEPSpecial Issue Editors:Shyam Sharma, Assistant Professor, SUNY Stony BrookMichael Murphy, Assistant Professor, SUNY OswegoDr Prithvi Shrestha
Lecturer in ELT
Department of LanguagesFaculty of Education and Language Studies
The Open University
Milton Keynes MK7 6AA
Direct line: +44(0) 1908 654265
Work details: http://fels-staff.open.ac.uk/p.n.shrestha
Projects: Academic lead for mother tongue - TESS-India, Principal Investigator - Formative assessment in higher education (UK), English in Action (Bangladesh)
Joint Coordinator, IATEFL ESP SIG: http://www.iatefl.org/special-interest-groups/list-of-sigsSkype: prithvi.shresthaTwitter: @pnshrestha
- Hi, Prithvi, Thanks for sharing this info. MOOCs have indeed been on the spotlight for a while. It would be interesting to see more views as there areMessage 3 of 3 , Dec 12, 2013View Source
Thanks for sharing this info. MOOCs have indeed been on the spotlight for a while.
It would be interesting to see more views as there are definitely 'for and against' perspectives.