Title: Moving Multimodality on: Exploring Communication in the context of Practical Activity and Digital Touch Date: Wednesday, 23 May 2018 Time: 13:00 - 14:00 Venue: Hlanganani Junction, Upper Campus, North Lane, University of Cape Town Please RSVP to Mzi Mnyatheli by Friday, 18 May 2018. Seminar abstract: In this seminar we explore new directions for multimodal research. … Continue reading CHED Research Seminar with Jeff Bezemer & Carey Jewitt
Nicola has been presenting online, offline and in between - here's what she's been up to and some of her reflections. Sakai Virtual Conference, 14 November I presented a webinar with Centre for Innovation in Learning and Teaching (CILT) colleagues Shanali Govender and Sam Lee Pan for this year's Sakai Virtual Conference. entitled Under pressure: Supporting … Continue reading Modes, moments and teaching online
Together with the research office at the University of Cape Town, Arlene organized and ran a research writing retreat at Mont Fleur, Stellenbosch, 1 – 3 November 2017. This writer’s retreat brought together 15 staff and students with a common interest in multimodal approaches to communication and pedagogy. The focus fell on writing for publication … Continue reading Writer’s Retreat
The team presented an interactive session at UCT's annual Teaching and Learning Conference on 2 August 2017. We used the PechaKucha format to present key concepts from Multimodal Research that form the theoretical building blocks for the broader project. We each discussed definitions, applications and implications of Voice (Arlene Archer), Precedent (Christine Price), Stance (Rachel Weiss), Affordance (Nicola … Continue reading Key concepts PechaKuchas at UCT Teaching & Learning Conference
From decolonising the curriculum to online learning, popular press articles written by colleagues in the Centre for Innovation in Learning and Teaching help to sketch the complex landscape of this project. These pieces can be found here.