360 learning is a term we have given to developing a deeper understanding of how autonomous learning impacts students’ lives. The research is likely to include case studies, ethnographies, and longitudinal research, and will look to draw on new technologies that enable investigation of learning in out-of-school contexts. We seek answers to questions such as: How do individuals develop greater autonomy over time? How do opportunities provided in the SALC impact on students’ lives? What factors affect success in learning? How does language learning happen in the workplace? If you are interested in joining one of our current projects, or proposing a related project, please get in touch.
Publications related lifelong and lifewide learning
Knight, K., & Mynard, K. (2018). Language learner autonomy and student leadership within and beyond the classroom: How do SALC student leaders conceptualize leadership? Studies in Linguistics and Language Teaching, 29, 19-48. LINK
Lin, C. (2018). The effect of career planning tools in developing learning autonomy. Relay Journal, 1(1). Relay Journal, 1(1), 147-158. [FULL TEXT]
Noguchi, J. (2015). “I’m a SALCer”: Influences of identity on fear of making mistakes. Studies in Self-Access Learning Journal, 6(2), 163-175. Retrieved from http://sisaljournal.org/archives/jun15/noguchi/