Senior Lecturer in applied IT: Gothenburg University
Linda Bradley has a great interest in digitally-mediated environments. In April, 2013, she finished her PhD within the area of Computer Assisted Language Learning. The focus in her thesis was student collaboration, communication and intercultural learning in web-based environments within English for Specific Purposes (ESP) in higher education.
Currently, Linda works as a Senior Lecturer at Chalmers University of Technology, Department of Applied IT, the Division for Language and Communication. She mainly teaches scientific writing and ESP courses for computer science and engineering students. Linda has a background as a teacher, holding a Master’s degree in languages and a Bachelor’s degree in information technology.
Presently, Linda is engaged in different projects concerning digital technologies and learning. One such project is the three-year LangOER network, investigating the use of Open Educational Resources (OER) in less used European languages. Another project is the two-year ExplOERer project promoting OER sustainability through adoption and re-use of OER in professional practice. A third project is the two-year M-Lang project which concerns mobile enhanced tools and approaches for innovative language learning and assessment. In addition, she is also a member of the Linnaeus Centre for Research on Learning, Interaction, and Mediated Communication in Contemporary Society (LinCS) at the University of Gothenburg, financed by the Swedish Research Council.
Linda is engaged as a reviewer for the annual EUROCALL proceedings, as well as being a reviewer for the journals, CALICO, ReCALL and Taiwan International ESP Journal. Recently, she was also appointed vice-president for the non-profit publishing association Research-Publishing.net, committed to making edited collections of research papers a freely available public resource.
Bradley, L. (in press). Intercultural language learning in a wiki environment: Student interaction and reflections on peer review. Accepted for publication in December 2014 in Computers and Composition.
Bradley, L. (2013). Language learning and technology – Student activities in web-based environments. Ph.D. thesis, Göteborg, Sweden. Acta Universitatis Gothoburgensis.
Bradley, L., & Vigmo, S. (2013). Futures for language learning and teaching practices. In E. Christiansen, L. Kuure, A. Mørch & B. Lindström (Eds.), Problem-Based Learning for the 21st Century - New Practices and Learning Environments. Aalborg: Aalborg University Press.
Kukulska-Hulme, A, Pettit, J., Bradley, L., Carvalho, A., Herrington, A., Kennedy, D., Walker, A. (2011). Mature Students Using Mobile Devices in Life and Learning, International Journal of Mobile and Blended Learning, 3 (1), 18-52.
Bradley, L., Lindström, B., Rystedt, H., & Gustafsson, M. (2011). A design for intercultural exchange - an analysis of engineering students' interaction with English majors in a poetry blog. In S. Thouësny & L. Bradley (Eds.), Second language teaching and learning with technology: views of emergent researchers (pp. 95-122). Dublin: Research-publishing.net.
Gustafsson, M., Young, A., Reiss, D., & Bradley, L. (2011). From Local Seminars to International Teaching and Learning Exchanges: The Cross-Cultural Collaborations Project. In L. McGrath, (Ed.), Collaborative Approaches to the Digital in English Studies. (pp. 182-220). Logan, UT: Computers and Composition Digital Press.
Anderson, P., Bergman, B., Bradley, L., Gustafsson, M., Matzke, A. (2010). Peer Reviewing Across the Atlantic Patterns and Trends in L1 and L2 Comments Made in an Asynchronous Online Collaborative Learning Exchange Between Technical Communication Students in Sweden and in the United States, Journal of Business and Technical Communication, 24 (3), 296-322.
Bradley, L., Lindström, B., Rystedt, R. (2010). Rationalities of collaboration for language learning in a wiki, ReCALL, 22 (2), 247-264.
Bradley, L., Lindström, B., Rystedt, H., & Vigmo, S. (2010). Language learning in a wiki: Student contributions in a web based learning environment, Themes in Science and Technology Education, 3 (1-2), 63-80.
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