PhD Student Profile

Karen Wilkins

Karen Wilkins

PhD Student

School: School of Language Studies and Applied Linguistics

Campus: Canterbury

Biographical note

Karen Wilkins is an online tutor from the UK. She has a dipTESOL and MA TESOL and ten years teaching experience in English as a foreign language.

Project title

'The perceived effects of new technologies online and in the classroom on the student-teacher and student-student relationships.'

Research outline

This is an ethnographical and virtual ethnographical study of both online and face-to-face data inside and outside the EAP classroom.

Supervisory Team

  • Dr John Kullman (first supervisor)
  • Dr Tim Long (second supervisor)
  • Adrian Holliday (chair)

Research outputs

  • Karen presented on this topic at a British Council seminar in 2014.

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