Townsville ETAQ branch goes to JCU
Written on the 9 June 2019 by Heather Fraser
Wow! On Saturday 4th May Townsville ETAQ went to James Cook University and had a lot of fun!
Exciting approaches to English assessment - Associate Professor Ryan Cordell (Northeastern University, Boston, USA). Ryan tuned into us from London at midnight his time.
Using collaborative annotation to engage with texts from the past - Dr Roger Osborne (English @ JCU)
Telling stories with and about maps - Dr Bryan Smith (Education @ JCU)
Scrapbooking cinema: using a scrapbook aesthetic for interpreting film - Associate Professor Allison Craven (English @ JCU)
Conclusion: Gamifying Shakespeare innovative approaches to teaching Shakespeare
Ryan Cordell is associate professor of English at Northeastern University, Boston, and a core founding faculty member in the NULab for Texts, Maps, and Networks. His scholarship seeks to illuminate how technologies of production, reception, and remediation shape the meanings of texts within communities.
Conrad, and his work on the trans-national nature of Australian print culture has been published widely. His co-authored book, Australian Books and Authors in the American Marketplace 1840s-1940s, the first of two projected volumes, was published by Sydney University Press in 2018.
The food was magnificent, the company was glorious and a spectacular time was had by all.
Left Associate Professor Alison Craven, Associate Professor Leanne Dalley, Associate Professor Victoria Kuttainen, Dr Bryan Smith, and Dr Roger Osborne and Heather Fraser ETAQ President Townsville Branch
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