Category: Life as a researcher

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My interview during the EDEN Workshop

I found this short video on Youtube of my interview with Diana Andone, Director of the eLearning Center at the Politehnica University of Timisoara, Romania. I’ve posted about my involvementĀ in EDEN as a presenter. As...

The finishing line in sight

The finishing line in sight

I’ve always read this kind of post on my seniors’ blogs that tend to precede their vivas and always enjoyed reading their sojourn as a student researcher. In theĀ spirit of this tradition, I too would...

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My Poster Presentation

I just did a poster presentation during the Methods Fair 2016 (#mmfair16). It was an enriching experience particularly when engaging and interacting with the audience. Reflexivity is a key construct of Bourdieu, what he refers...

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Oldenburg

Manchester -> Munich -> Bremen -> Oldenburg. 7 hours travel through a concoction of taxis, planes, buses, trams and trains. Went to Oldenburg. Presented a paper. Won a young scholar award. Received feedback on research....

Food for thought: The nidus of education

Food for thought: The nidus of education

[youtube]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GEmuEWjHr5c[/youtube] N.B: It would help if there were actual references to the research and researchers mentioned throughout, but other than that, I have no qualms about the embodiment of the learner being the nidus of...

Know the shoulder.

Know the shoulder.

This is a brilliant chart to have sprawled on the wall of one’s study. Might also come in handy if you are competing in University Challenge. One of my favourite info graphic finds. It is...