2008-2010

2010

Archer, A. 2010. A social semiotic framework for exploring academic discourse in multimodal texts in Higher Education. Fifth International Conference on Multimodality (5ICOM). University of Technology, Sydney. 1 – 3 December.

Archer, A. 2010. Exploring academic voice in multimodal texts in Higher Education. Presented at the International Conference on Multimodality and Learning. Environments, rhetoric, recognition, play and methods. Centre for Multimodal Research at the Institute of Education, University of London, 6 – 7 July.

Cronje, F. 2010. Using video production as pedagogy to activate a hybrid border space. Presented at the International Conference on Multimodality and Learning. Environments, Rhetoric, Recognition, Play and Methods. Centre for Multimodal Research, Institute of Education, University of London, 6 – 7 July.

Grant, T. 2010. Analytical Framework of Negotiated Design to explore Scenario Pedagogy. 5th International conference on Multimodality (5ICOM). University of Technology, Sydney, Australia. 1 – 3 December.

Grant, T. 2010. Scenario Pedagogy as a Participative Teaching-learning Approach to developing Professional Communication Practices in Higher Education: a progress report. Presented at the PhD Education conference, School of Education, University of Cape Town, RSA. 16 –17 July.

Grant, T. and Nodoba, G. 2010. Keynote address and curriculum development workshop. Professional Communication Practices – Curriculum Re-structuring in Higher Education. Presented at the University of Botswana, Gaborone, Botswana. 13 – 16 July.

Grant, T. 2010. Exploring a situated multimodal theory of communication and pedagogy to illuminate scenario pedagogy. Presented at the International Conference on Multimodality and Learning. Environments, Rhetoric, Recognition, Play and Methods. Centre for Multimodal Research, Institute of Education, University of London, 6 – 7 July.

Grant, T. 2010. Scenario Pedagogy – a participative multimodal teaching-learning approach for enhanced professional writing and communicative practice. Presented at the International Conference on Sustainable Writing Development: Approaches and Challenges. The Writing Development in Higher Education biennial conference hosted by the Write Now Centre for Excellence in Teaching and Learning. London, UK. 28 – 30 June.

Grant, T. 2010. Keynote address: Higher education strategies for enhancing professional communication practice and ‘graduateness’ for a global workplace. Presented at the International Conference on Enquiry, Autonomy and Graduateness: achieving an outstanding student learning experience. Centre for Promoting Learner Autonomy. Sheffield Hallam University, Sheffield, UK.15 – 16 June.

Grant, T and Kalil, C. 2010. Case study workshop: Scenario Learning (SL): an enquiry-based approach to enhancing multimodal professional communication practices at university and in the workplace. Presented at the International Conference on Enquiry, Autonomy and Graduateness: achieving an outstanding student learning experience. Centre for Promoting Learner Autonomy. Sheffield Hallam University, Sheffield. UK, 15 – 16 June. (conference proceedings: 47 – 64, http://www.shu.ac.uk/cetl).

Weiss, R. 2010. Why doctors should learn to design Patient Information Leaflets. Presented at the 5th International conference on Multimodality (5ICOM). University of Technology, Sydney, Australia. 1 – 3 December.

Weiss, R. 2010. The PIL-Project: Doctors and the Language of Design. Poster presented at the National Conference South African Association of Health Educators (SAAHE) Johannesburg, RSA. July.

Weiss, R. 2010. The PIL- Project: Teaching and Assessing doctor/patient communication by designing Patient Information Leaflets. Ottawa Conference, Miami USA, May.

2009

Cronje, F. 2009. Negotiating identity and difference with the language of digital video production: meaningful method, or smoke and mirrors? Presented at the SAALA/LSSA Conference, Cape Peninsula University of Technology, Cape Town, 28 – 30 September.

Cronje, F. 2009. Border Crossing and Cultural Difference: a Multiliteracies approach to video production in teaching. 25th annual conference of the South African Visual Arts Historians. The politics of change: Looking backwards and forwards. University of Pretoria. 9 – 11 July.

Grant, T. 2009. Teaching the Net generation: Using Scenario Pedagogy to develop multimodal communicative practice at university and beyond. Paper presented at the 74th Association of Business Communication Annual International Conference, Professional Communication Practice: Past, Present, Future. Norfolk, Virginia, USA. 4 – 7 December.

Huang, C. 2009. Using manga to construct a metalanguage for visual narratives. Presented at the SAALA/LSSA Conference, Cape Peninsula University of Technology, Cape Town, 28 – 30 September.

Prince, R. and Archer, A. 2010. Proposing a framework for exploring multimodal academic numeracy practices in Higher Education. Fifth International Conference on Multimodality (5ICOM). University of Technology, Sydney. 1 – 3 December.

Rall, M. 2010. A framework for exploring recontextualisation of knowledge in museum displays. 5th International conference on Multimodality (5ICOM). University of Technology, Sydney, Australia. 1 – 3 December.

Rall, M. 2010. Power and representation. Presented at the PhD Education conference, School of Education, University of Cape Town. 16 –17 July.

Rall, M. 2010. A multimodal approach to museum communication: analyzing a rock art display in South Africa. Presented at the International Conference on Multimodality and Learning. Environments, Rhetoric, Recognition, Play and Methods. Centre for Multimodal Research, Institute of Education, University of London, 6 – 7 July.

Rall, M. 2009. A multimodal social semiotic analysis of a rock art display. Presented at the 16th International Conference on Learning, University of Barcelona, Barcelona, 1 – 4 July.

2008

Archer, A. 2008. Challenges of changing multimodal texts for Writing Centres in Higher Education. Presented at Higher Education Learning and Teaching Association of Southern Africa (HELTASA) conference, Rhodes University, 1- 3 December.

Archer, A. 2008. Symbolic objects as multimodal resources for teaching and learning. Presented at Multimodality and Learning. New Perspectives on Knowledge, Representation and Communication. Centre for Multimodal Research at the Institute of Education, University of London, 19 – 20 June.

Cronje, F. 2008. Border Crossing: How students negotiate cultural borders during digital video production. Presented at Multimodality and Learning. New Perspectives on Knowledge, Representation and Communication. Centre for Multimodal Research at the Institute of Education, University of London, 19 – 20 June.

Grant, T. 2008. Keynote address: Business and Management communication: from the classroom to the boardroom – strategies for collaboration and integration. UNITECH – MACE conference, Stellenbosch, RSA. 15 – 17 October.

Grant, T. and Kalil, C. 2008. Scenario Learning – a context rich pedagogy for enhanced communicative practice. Paper presented at the SAARDHE-HELTASA conference: Higher Education as a Social Space, Grahamstown, RSA. 1 – 3 December.

Rall, M. 2008. Reading South African museums: multimodal communication in museums. Presented at Multimodality and Learning. New Perspectives on Knowledge, Representation and Communication. Centre for Multimodal Research at the Institute of Education, University of London, 19 – 20 June.

Weiss, R. 2008.Text Book Analysis: Constructing the discourses of Pharmacology. Presented at National Conference of Clinical Pharmacologists, Grahamstown, RSA. October.