Presentations & Talks

2020

O’Donnell, M., Adachi, C., Bearman, M., Panther, B. & Taylor, D. (20 August) Reflecting on higher education leadership during times of change. Presented at the CAULLT webinar series.

Adachi, C. (25 June). Women in Higher Education Leadership’ – Presented at the international discussion panel, EduTECH Asia Virtual Conference.

Partridge, H., O’Donnell, M. & Adachi, C. (22 May). Digital Transformation of a Teaching & Learning Environment. Presented at the Australia Virtual Masterclass series organised by the AUSTRADE India.

Adachi, C. (19 May). How would this work for me? Re-thinking digital learning, design and delivery in time of the COVID-19. Presented at the Online and eLearning Summit 2020, Melbourne/Online.

2019

Adachi, C. & O’Donnell M. (3-5 December). Degree Design Thinking: integrated design frameworks for emerging online degrees in higher education. Paper presented at ASCILITE 2019, Singapore.

Adachi, C. (6 November). Transforming Digital Learning: A MOOC for digital learning professionals. Advancing Academic Development 2019, CAULLT – Australasian Academic Development Good Practice Awards ceremony, Brisbane.

Adachi, C. (20 October). Belonging in a digital world: digital education as courageous science. Invited Keynote presentation, EdTechPosium, Canberra.

2018

Adachi, C., Blake, D. & Riisla, K. (2018, 26 November). Exploring digital literacy as a graduate learning outcome in higher education – an analysis of online survey. Paper presented at ASCILITE 2018, Deakin University, Melbourne, Australia.

Tai, J. & Adachi, C (2018, 25 November). Designing and researching peer assessment using an evidence-based framework. Workshop delivered at ASCILITE 2018, Deakin University, Melbourne, Australia.

Adachi, C. (2018, 14 November). Designing for Belonging Online, together – a case of a new unit on digital learning for digital learning practitioners. Paper presented at Deakin Learning & Teaching Conference, Deakin University, Melbourne, Australia.

Adachi, C & O’Donnell, M. (2018, 3 July). FutureLearn-ing: ‘knotworking’ as an analytical framework for (re-) evaluating digital learning processes and academic identities. Paper presented at the Higher Education Research and Development Society of Australia (HERDSA) 2018 conference, Adelaide Australia.

Taylor, D., Adachi, C., Hagger, V., McNam, C & Brown, R. (2018, 3 July). Revealing the what and why of learning: using explicit pedagogy to scaffold the development of transferable skills. Paper presented at the Higher Education Research and Development Society of Australia (HERDSA) 2018 conference, Adelaide Australia.

2017

Adachi, C., Savage, J & O’Donnell, M. (2017, 5 December). Facilitating social learning through learning design – a perspective of collaborative academic development. Paper presented at ASCILITE 2017, University of Southern Queensland, Toowoomba, Australia.

Mitchell, K., Simpson, C. & Adachi, C. (2017, 5 December). What’s in a name: The ambiguity and complexity of technology enhanced learning roles. Paper presented at ASCILITE 2017, University of Southern Queensland, Toowoomba, Australia.

Adachi, C. Tai, J. & Dawson, P. (2017, 29 June). Challenges and strategies in implementing self and peer assessment in the curriculum. Paper presented at the Higher Education Research and Development Society of Australia (HERDSA) 2017 conference, Sydney, Australia.

O’Donnell, M. & Adachi, C. (2017, 30 June). University curriculum on a MOOC platform: transformation of postgraduate degrees through adoption of  learning design frameworks. Paper presented at the Higher Education Research and Development Society of Australia (HERDSA) 2017 conference, Sydney, Australia.

Willems, J., Adachi, C., Doherty, I., Bussey, F. & Huijser, H. (2017, 29 June). Transforming curriculum with social media: A thematic analysis of audience contributions to a conference debate. Paper presented at the Higher Education Research and Development Society of Australia (HERDSA) 2017 conference, Sydney, Australia.

Grevtseva, Y.,Willems, J. & Adachi, C. (2017, 28 June). Using microlearning and social media to advance student engagement within higher education. Poster presented at the Higher Education Research and Development Society of Australia (HERDSA) 2017 conference, Sydney, Australia.

2016

Adachi, C. Tai, J. & Dawson, P. (2016, 27 November). Enabler or inhibitor? Educational technology in self and peer assessment. Paper presented at ASCILITE 2016, University of South Australia, Adelaide, Australia.

Willems, J., Adachi, C. & Grevtseva, Y. (2016, 28 November). Working with social media in tertiary education: A contested space between academics and policies. Paper presented at ASCILITE 2016, University of South Australia, Adelaide, Australia.

Willems, J., Adachi, C., Doherty, I., Bussey, F. & Huijser, H. (2016, 27 November). The promise and pitfalls of social media use in Higher Education. Symposium presented at ASCILITE 2016, University of South Australia, Adelaide, Australia.

Adachi, C. & SampayoVargas, S. (2016, 5 July). 10 Blended Learning Guidelines – Practical advice in Australian Higher Education contexts. Poster presented at Higher Education Research and Development Society of Australia (HERDSA) 2016 conference, Perth, Australia. 

2015

Adachi, C. & O’Rourke, M. (2015, 1 December). Learning maps: A design-based approach for capacity building in tertiary online learning and teaching. Paper presented at ASCILITE 2015 conference, Curtin University, Perth, Australia.

2014

‘How “welcoming” is D2L? – A comparative study of Desire2Learn and Blackboard Collaborate as Learning Management Systems’ (with Kate Mitchell) D2L Ignite Conference, Victoria University, Melbourne, 25 August 2015.

‘Herbivore men: stance-based construction of gender through Japanese discourse marker nanka‘ (with Sakiko Kajino) IGALA 8, Simon Fraser University, Canada, 5 June 2014.

‘New ways of analysing compliment responses – a case of young Japanese speaker’ New Ways of Analysing Variation – Asia Pacific 3, Victoria University of Wellington, NZ, 4 May 2014.

‘Revisiting the ‘status’ in complimenting – senpai, kohai and the power of power’ (with Anna Strycharz), New Ways of Analysing Variation – Asia Pacific 3, Victoria University of Wellington, NZ, 4 May 2014.

‘New ways of teaching Arrernte – developing language and culture course online’ AIATSIS National Indigenous Studies Conference, Canberra, 27 March 2014.

2013

‘”It’s sad but happy, you know?” – use of discourse marker, you know, as stance-taking in the projection of Aboriginal identity’ Australian Linguistic Society conference, University of Melbourne, 2 October 2013.

‘Developing curriculum for learning and teaching of an Indigenous Australian language’, Wanala conference, Western and Northern Aboriginal Langauge Aliance, Bunbury, WA, 26 June 2013.

‘Learning about the Arrernte: Arrernte language and culture units development’ Top End Linguistic Circle, Darwin, 14 May 2013.

‘Methodologies in sociolinguistic research: A case of compliment responses among young Japanese speakers’ Batchelor Institute of Indigenous Tertiary Education Research Group, Darwin, 15 February 2013.

2011            

‘More gentle and less stubborn Kyushu-danji men: Discourse marker nanka as stance taking among young Japanese’ (with Sakiko Kajino) New Ways of Analysing Variation 40, Washington DC, USA, 29October 2011.

‘A gendered speech act? – Complimenting among young Japanese’ Top End Linguistic Circle, Darwin, 5 October 2011.

2010

‘“Weepy men are cute!”- A gendered speech act, complimenting amongst young Japanese’ International Gender and Language Association Conference 6, Tokyo, JP, 18 September 2010.

‘Fishing for compliments? – Pre-compliment discourse among young Japanese’ Summer School of Sociolinguistics, Edinburgh, 16 June, 2010.

‘Complimenting at the intersection of gender, power and style: the Japanese case’ LEL Postgraduate Conference, Edinburgh, 21 May, 2010.

2009

‘Language and Identity’ (with Anna Strycharz), Language in Context Research Group, Edinburgh, 9 December 2009.

‘Less feminine means less polite?: The use of male-preferred form sugee in complimenting by young Japanese females’, Linguistic Impoliteness and Rudeness 2 conference, Lancaster, 2 July 2009.

‘“That is so rude! I’m your senior!”: The role of power and status in Japanese compliments’, (with Anna Strycharz) Linguistic Impoliteness and Rudeness 2 conference, Lancaster, 1 July 2009.

‘Representations and Negotiations of Gender Identity Through Complimenting-like Behaviour Among the Japanese’, International Society for Language Studies conference, Florida, US, 15 June 2009.

‘(Im)politeness and Gender: The use of male-preferred form sugee in complimenting by young Japanese females’, LEL Postgraduate Conference, Edinburgh, 21 May, 2009.

‘Pragmatic multi-functionality of sugoi/sugee among young Japanese in the speech act of complimenting’, I-mean conference, Bristol, UK, 24 April 2009.

‘Contextualised (im)politeness in Japanese compliments’ (with Anna Strychartz), Language in Context Research Group, Edinburgh, 15 April 2009.

-‘Pragmatic multi-functionality of sugoi/sugee among Japanese adolescents in the speech act of complimenting’, Language in Context Research Group, Edinburgh 25February 2009.

2008

’A Pragmatic Study of Complimenting Behaviour Amongst Young Adults in Japan and Britain’, International Gender and Language Association Conference, Wellington, NZ, 4 July, 2008.

‘What is a compliment? A view from a non-Western perspective’, LEL Postgraduate Conference, Edinburgh, 24 April 2008.

‘What is a compliment? A view from a non-Western perspective’, Language in Context Research Group, Edinburgh, 27 February 2008.

‘Compliment, home kotoba no goyouronteki kenkyuu (A pragmatic study of compliments), The English Literary Society of Japan, Kyusyu-shibu, Fukuoka, 29 October 2006.

Invited lecturers and workshops 

July 2013

Invited speaker, English department, Faculty of Education, Kumamoto University, Japan: “Studying Linguistics abroad – a Western-academic context’

May 2013

Guest lecturer, LAN102: Introduction to Language and Linguistics, (Charles Darwin University): ‘Language in Society: A case of Japanese language’

March 2013

Invited speaker, Preparation for Tertiary Sucsess course (ACIKE): ‘My life as a linguist’

November 2009

Guest lecturer, Sociolinguistics (honours course), The University of Edinburgh: ‘Gender, variation and change’

August 2009

‘Language and Identity’ workshop, Language in Context Research Group, The University of Edinburgh (co-organised with Anna Strycharz-Banaś)