Category Archives: RMTC

Researching Multilingually: more than meets the eye?

Below is an excerpt from the blog of Achilleas Kostoulas first published on 8 September 2014.  His series of posts regarding Researching Multilingually can be found here.   When I started planning for the study that was eventually reported in my … Continue reading

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The often under-explored issue of researching multilingually (RM-ly)

The latest draft of the current publication by the RMTC Hub team (Holmes, Fay, Andrews and Attia, 2015) begins as follows: In our increasingly inter-connected world, there are many, often under-discussed, possibilities for using more than one language in a … Continue reading

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The Backstory to Our “Doing Research Multilingually” Focus

Richard Fay, from the Researching Multilingually Team, looks back …. A serendipitous cup of coffee …. During a break in a seminar in Sheffield in 2009, Mike Byram was with one of his (then) PhD students, Shu-Hsin Chen, and I … Continue reading

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