Covid-19 & Digital Literacies Project
Sharing expertise in South to South collaborations online
Community Mapping Exercises
Find and Map the Issues and Assets in the Community
At the University of Reading (UoR) learners and refugees mapped relevant language ecologies within the local community to provide evidence of how linguistic resources are drawn on during refugee trajectories. This illustrated the ‘problem and solution focused’ approach and provided evidence which was fed into the participatory mapping activities.
Covid-19, Migration and Multilingualism Project
Sharing Information Across Languages and Borders
The Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic has brought linguistic inequality to the fore in globally unprecedented ways and will continue to shape sociolinguistic research agendas for some time to come. This Project is about identifying what types of reading and writing that migrants, refugees and other displaced persons are using with regards to the Covid-19 pandemic and the context in which they are doing so. This can be what they are reading and writing online in social media like Facebook, Twitter, or in blogs, newspapers and/or online news sources like Al Jazeera etc. Read more...
Community Mapping Activity 2
Community Mapping Activity 1
Community Mapping Activity 4
Community Mapping Activity 3