Ramine Adl

Associate Professor

Languages and World Literatures
Other Titles: French, Japanese Studies Program Coordinator
Office: CCS 342
Phone: 250.807.9343
Email: ramine.adl@ubc.ca


Research Summary

Use of technology in the classroom; blended teaching and learning; scholarship of teaching and learning

Courses & Teaching

French language at all levels; grammar and composition; medieval and Renaissance French literature

Degrees

BA (UBC), MA (UBC)

Selected Publications & Presentations

Spies, A., R. Adl, and C. Desmarais. “Creating and Measuring the Effectiveness of a Blended Learning Environment for Beginner-level Language Courses at UBC”. University of British Columbia Working Papers in Linguistics : Proceedings of the Okanagan Workshop on Innovation in Language Teaching 41 (July 2015):57-67. Web.

Legault, Marianne. Female Intimacies in Seventeenth-Century French Literature. Translated in part with the collaboration of R. Adl. Surrey, EN: Ashgate, 2012.

Selected Grants & Awards

UBCO Centre for Teaching and Learning. Innovations in Teaching and Learning Research Grant: Stopping Plagiarism Before it Starts: Minimizing Inadvertent Plagiarism, By First and Second Year Students Through Enculturation. 2014

UBCO Centre for Teaching and Learning. Innovations in Teaching and Learning Research Grant: Using Mobile Technology to Increase Language Interaction in Beginner Language Courses. 2012

Awards & Distinctions

FCCS Teaching Innovation Award 2015. With Alwyn Spies and Claude Desmarais.

UBC Okanagan Teaching Honour Roll 2008-2009.

 

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