As we mark the European Day of Languages, Professor Matthew Reynolds from AHRC’s Creative Multilingualism project reflects on artificial intelligence (AI) in the world of languages and the valuable role of arts and humanities researchers. What do language-learning and literary research have to do with artificial intelligence? A workshop at Pittsburgh University, organised by Professor … Continue reading Is AI the future of language learning?
After a BBC report showed drops of up to 50% in the take-up of GCSE language courses since 2013, researchers from the AHRC-funded Open World Research Initiative (OWRI) Creative Multilingualism project ask: Why don't pupils want to study languages and what can we do about it? Professor Suzanne Graham and Dr Linda Fisher are researchers … Continue reading Why don’t pupils want to study languages in the UK?
In this week's blog, documentary Film Producer and PhD candidate Anna Sowa discusses how her film Kanraxël- The Confluence of Agnack’ came to win an AHRC Research in Film Award, among others, and where her project has gone from there.
In our latest blog, PHD candidates Rachel Warner and Tot Foster share their recipe for "co-reflection" – partnering up to encourage, critique and support one another through the trials and tribulations of postdoctoral study.
In this week's post, Alison Buckler – Research Fellow in Education and International Development at the Open University – looks at the importance of collaborative storytelling approaches in understanding young people’s experiences of learning.
This week's blog comes from Katrin Kohl from the Creative Multilingualism research team. In it, she describes the importance of holding on to first languages as part of holding on to our culture.