Posts Tagged ‘Ramón Plo’

Ramón Plo represents InterGedi at INTELE initiative

The research framework “INTELE: INfraestructura de TEcnologías del LEnguaje” gathered together, in a workshop held November 25th, researchers and institutions from different within the social sciences and humanities. Three were the main foci of interest in this event, for which specific round tables were organised: 1) Policies supporting European digital insfrastructures para the Digital Social…

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Ramón Plo-Alastrué

Ramón Plo-Alastrué I am a full professor in the Department of English and German Studies at the Faculty of Arts, Universidad de Zaragoza (Spain). The structure and symbolic meaning of Lawrence Durrell’s “quincunx” of novels The Avignon Quintet was the subject of my doctoral dissertation back in 1996. Since then, I have been a member…

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IX BIFI National Conference Tools for a future research career

Dr Ramón Plo-Alastrué was invited to give a student workshop in the IX BIFI National Conference Tools for a future research career held at the Instituto Universitario de Investigación de Biocomputación y Física de Sistemas Complejos, Universidad de Zaragoza (Spain), January 30 – February 1, 2019. Plo-Alastrué, Ramón: “Giving a scientific presentation in English: Survival…

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The CERLIS Conference Knowledge Transfer and Knowledge Exchange in Academia

Herrando-Rodrigo, Isabel, and Plo-Alastrué, Ramón: “An ethnographic approach to digital knowledge transfer genres” Abstract Current quality standards in the academia are raising scholars’ awareness not only of the importance of becoming an active contributor in their specific disciplines but also the urge to increase the overall visibility of their research. These days, research institutions tend…

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36th AESLA Conference Applied Linguistics and Knowledge Transfer: Employability, Internationalization and Social Challenges

Plo-Alastrué, Ramón, and Herrando-Rodrigo, Isabel: “Disseminating academic knowledge through digital interactive genres: Are Spanish scholars meeting this social challenge?” Abstract Researchers are nowadays encouraged to meet certain social challenges, posed for instance by H2020, in order to increase their reputation, visibility and, eventually, funding. To be internationally competitive, calls favour research projects that disseminate and…

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