SRHE conference papers

I enjoyed delivering two papers at this year’s SRHE conference at Celtic Manor in Newport (Wales), the first of which was on my research of student assignment writing and the second on the Academics’ Writing project.

The Prezi for the first one is here (unable to embed in wordpress), and the paper is linked to in a previous post.

The argument that some of the practices drawn into students’ academic tasks could be described as ‘curation’ stimulated some good discussion around plagiarism, assessment frameworks, the literacies that assignments are supposed to assess, and information literacy skills. Some of the tweets below encapsulate these ideas and, overall, I found the discussion useful for my forthcoming book on assignments.

 

The second paper, on the Acads writing project, is here:

 

There are definitely strange things happening to disciplines in Higher Education. Since identities permeate academics’ writing practices for research, teaching, and even admin work, the paper generated a lot of interest and discussion afterwards. Some of these were also tweeted about:

The original version of this text is from my personal blog.

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About Ibrar Bhatt

My research and teaching interests lie at the intersections of Literacy Studies, Applied Linguistics, and Educational Technologies. I have had the pleasure of working at the University of Bradford, University of Leeds, and now at Lancaster University. My PhD study (University of Leeds) investigated the impact of cyberspace and digital media on the literacy practices of adult learners during the writing of their course assignments. More on my research: http://leeds.academia.edu/IbrarBhatt/About My current role is as Senior Research Associate on the 'Academics Writing' project: http://wp.lancs.ac.uk/acadswriting/ http://www.lancaster.ac.uk/fass/edres/profiles/ibrar-bhatt Twitter: @ibrar_bhatt

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