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Amy Burgess and Karin Tusting present at RaPAL 2010 using Skype

Date: 16 July 2010

Dr Amy Burgess (Exeter / Lancaster) and Dr Karin Tusting (Literacy Research Centre, Lancaster) presented a paper at the 2010 Research and Practice in Adult Literacy conference, "Multiliteracies: Changing literacies, changing worlds", at Greenwich University, London, on 16 July 2010. The paper, "Changing lifeworlds, changing writing: how adults take on new writing practices at times of change" was based on pilot research funded by a grant from the Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences. While Dr Burgess was in London, Dr Tusting presented via Skype - which made things a little more interesting!


Further information

Associated staff: Amy Burgess, Karin Tusting

Associated projects: Adults learning new forms of writing

Associated departments and research centres: Lancaster Literacy Research Centre, Linguistics and English Language

Keywords: Literacies, Literacy, Literacy learning, Literacy practices, Writing (general)