The digital kitchen project has recently culminated in the publication of a new book, edited by Paul Seedhouse – ‘Task-Based Language Learning in a Real-World Digital Environment: The European Digital Kitchen’. The book is published by Bloomsbury and available from February 2017.
The latest article by Paul Seedhouse, co-authored with Dr Dawn Knight (Cardiff University), has recently been published by Applied Linguistics. The paper, ‘Applying Digital Sensor Technology: A Problem-Solving Approach’, is part of a special issue on ‘Innovation in Research Methods in Applied Linguistics‘.
Alina Schartner‘s latest article – ‘The effect of study abroad on intercultural competence: a longitudinal case study of international postgraduate students at a British university‘ – has been published in the Journal of Multilingual and Multicultural Development.
Paul Seedhouse and Sumita Supakorn have recently had their paper on ‘Topic-as-script and topic-as-action in language assessment and teaching‘ published by Applied Linguistics Review.
Rachelle Vessey’s latest article – ‘Food fight: conflicting language ideologies in English and French news and social media’ – has been published in the Journal of Multicultural Discourses.
The article explores the role of language ideologies in news and social media by examining representations of a language controversy in Canada known as “Pastagate”. It can be read in full here.
Alina Schartner and Tony Young have a chapter entitled ‘Culture Shock or Love at First Sight? Exploring the Honeymoon Stage of the International Student Sojourn‘ in the recently published collection, ‘Transcultural Interaction and Linguistics Diversity in Higher Education: The Student Experience’. Continue reading New book chapter by Alina Schartner & Tony Young