- Reading MA TESOL Students Reflect on their Research Opportunity with the British Council Assessment Research Group
- Lockdown memes: the creation of humour and public perceptions towards the government during the Coronavirus pandemic 2020.
- Professor wins grant to study online learning
- How I’ve used ‘The Spark’ as a platform to support and connect with other students
- Studying English language in the age of “Post-truth”
English Language and Applied Linguistics
Monthly Archives: April 2022
Lockdown memes: the creation of humour and public perceptions towards the government during the Coronavirus pandemic 2020.
For my BA dissertation, I looked at lockdown memes generated during the Coronavirus pandemic. Firstly, let me ask you a question; did you see any memes during lockdown? Unless you don’t participate in social media, I am sure everyone has … Continue reading
Prof Parvaneh Tavakoli has recently received research funding from the prestigious Future of English/British Council scheme for a project entitled ‘Digitally-mediated EMI communication in Higher Education classrooms: Transforming evidence to practical resources’. Prof Tavakoli is a Co-investigator on this project working collaboratively in collaboration with … Continue reading