Monthly Archives: November 2009

Eye-Tracking Methods and Methodologies

Attended this lunch-time presentation by an ex-student, Jonathan San-Diego and his supervisor James Aczel. I was interested to learn a little more about how you would go about collecting and analysing eye-tracking data, wondering what other applications it might be … Continue reading

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Transitioning from Student to Staff at the OU

After finishing my PhD I joined the OU as a member of staff. This was a more complicated process than I anticipated, so I’m going to briefly describe the most problematic side here in the hope that others can have … Continue reading

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Fruit Flies are Little People – Bidding for Funding the Writing Process

This workshop was facilitated by Robert Sunders & Anne Adams. It was a combination of workshop activities where we put together titles and abstracts for a bid which we then pitched to the group for comment. Listening to the abstracts … Continue reading

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