Shakespeare Among Readers

Shakespeare Among Readers is the title of the online exhibition I created with the assistance of my son (Eduardo Lima, PhD, Brunel University London) for the Shakespeare Connected project. The project is an initiative of Rev Dr Paul Edmondson from The Shakespeare Birthplace Trust (SBT) in partnership with the Museums and Universities Partnership Initiative (an … More Shakespeare Among Readers

Readers’ interactions in an online reading group

This is the abstract of an article published at the end of last year in the Language & Literacy journal, published by the University of Alberta, Canada. It reports on some of the findings from my research on an online reading group for English language teachers. ABSTRACT This study is an investigation of readers’ posts … More Readers’ interactions in an online reading group

Researcher development (Part 2)

The issue of how research skills are developed before one finishes a postgraduate degree, and how doctoral students acquire practical knowledge of doing research, may also pose philosophical speculations about how knowledge is achieved. Even recognizing the oversimplification, it could be said that such understanding comes from two different traditions: the one that sees knowledge … More Researcher development (Part 2)