Mrs Jolanta Hudson

  • University Lecturer, English for Academic Purposes (Modern Foreign Languages)

Biography

Jolanta is a lecturer in English for Academic Purposes (EAP) and MSc TESOL in the English for Academic Study Department at Glasgow University. She is also convenor of the Academic English and Skills for International Undergraduates (EAP 1) course and the TELT (Technology-Enhanced Learning and Teaching) Officer for the School of Modern Languages and Cultures, which involves providing support and staff training on the use of educational technologies.

Her research interests focus on learning and teaching English with technology, EAP pedagogy and online educational research. She is a doctoral researcher and currently doing her PhD studies in E-Research and Technology Enhanced Learning at Lancaster University. 

Research interests

  • EAP Pedagogy
  • Technology-Enhanced Learning and Teaching
  • Global Englishes
  • Digital Literacy
  • Intercultural Communication Competence
  • Generative AI

Publications

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Number of items: 15.

2023

Hudson, J. (2023) Integrating Generative AI in the EAP curriculum. AI Symposium, Glasgow, UK, 07 Dec 2023.

Hudson, J. (2023) Helping EAP Students to Develop their Academic Skills Through Online Academic Community of Practice. ELINET 1st Annual Conference 2023, University of Glasgow, 13-15 April 2023.

De Francisci, E. and Hudson, J. (2023) Glasgow-Nankai Translation Studies. [Website]

Hudson, J. (2023) The digital turn in EAP: teachers’ perspectives on transitioning to blended or hybrid teaching post-Covid-19. Studies in Technology Enhanced Learning, 3(2), pp. 1-15. (doi: 10.21428/8c225f6e.c7cb7ac5)

2022

Hudson, J. (2022) Developing Intercultural Citizenship in the Digital Age: Undergraduate Students’ Perspectives on Intercultural Communicative Competence in Higher Education. BALEAP PIM English for Academic Purposes (EAP) and Intercultural Communication (Hybrid Event), Leeds, UK, 17 June 2022.

Hudson, J. (2022) Becoming an online EAP teacher: An autoethnographic reflection on teaching remotely during the coronavirus pandemic. Professional and Academic English, 29(1), pp. 7-20.

Hudson, J. (2022) Switching to online learning: using the flipped learning approach to deliver pre-sessional EAP remotely. GiLE Journal of Skills Development, 2(1), pp. 79-89. (doi: 10.52398/gjsd.2022.v2.i1.pp79-89)

2021

Hudson, J. , Antoniou, C., Coulson, C., Tzanni, P., Read, D. and Wallace, F. (2021) TELSIG: “The show must go on!: Embracing and shaping EAP online”. BALEAP Biennial Conference 2021: Exploring Pedagogical Approaches in EAP Teaching, University of Glasgow, 06-10 April 2021.

2020

Gomes, L. , Hudson, J. and Grove, L. (2020) Stirling Maxwell Centre for the Study of Text/Image Cultures. [Website]

Allison, N. and Hudson, J. (2020) Integrating and Sustaining Directed and Self-Directed Learning Through MS Teams and OneNote: Using Microsoft Teams and OneNote to Facilitate Communication, Assignments, and Portfolio Management. BALEAP TEL SIG Webinar, 03 Jun 2020.

Hudson, J. , Jones, G. and Hosseini, D. (2020) Moving to Digital Learning and Teaching. BALEAP Webinar, 26 Mar 2020.

2019

Williams, A. and Hudson, J. (2019) English for Academic Study. [Website]

Hudson, J. (2019) Flipping Lessons with Moodle: Using the H5P Moodle Plugin to Deliver Online Sessions. 12th Annual University of Glasgow Learning and Teaching Conference, Glasgow, UK, 2-3 Apr 2019.

2018

Hudson, J. (2018) Using Wikis for collaborative writing in the ELT classroom. International Journal of Pedagogy and Teacher Education, 2(2), pp. 413-426.

2017

Hudson, J. (2017) Integrative motivation and second language learning: the role of integrative motivation among ESOL learners at a Scottish college. Language Issues, 28(1), pp. 23-35.

This list was generated on Thu Jun 13 15:30:24 2024 BST.
Number of items: 15.

Articles

Hudson, J. (2023) The digital turn in EAP: teachers’ perspectives on transitioning to blended or hybrid teaching post-Covid-19. Studies in Technology Enhanced Learning, 3(2), pp. 1-15. (doi: 10.21428/8c225f6e.c7cb7ac5)

Hudson, J. (2022) Becoming an online EAP teacher: An autoethnographic reflection on teaching remotely during the coronavirus pandemic. Professional and Academic English, 29(1), pp. 7-20.

Hudson, J. (2022) Switching to online learning: using the flipped learning approach to deliver pre-sessional EAP remotely. GiLE Journal of Skills Development, 2(1), pp. 79-89. (doi: 10.52398/gjsd.2022.v2.i1.pp79-89)

Hudson, J. (2018) Using Wikis for collaborative writing in the ELT classroom. International Journal of Pedagogy and Teacher Education, 2(2), pp. 413-426.

Hudson, J. (2017) Integrative motivation and second language learning: the role of integrative motivation among ESOL learners at a Scottish college. Language Issues, 28(1), pp. 23-35.

Conference or Workshop Item

Hudson, J. (2023) Integrating Generative AI in the EAP curriculum. AI Symposium, Glasgow, UK, 07 Dec 2023.

Hudson, J. (2023) Helping EAP Students to Develop their Academic Skills Through Online Academic Community of Practice. ELINET 1st Annual Conference 2023, University of Glasgow, 13-15 April 2023.

Hudson, J. (2022) Developing Intercultural Citizenship in the Digital Age: Undergraduate Students’ Perspectives on Intercultural Communicative Competence in Higher Education. BALEAP PIM English for Academic Purposes (EAP) and Intercultural Communication (Hybrid Event), Leeds, UK, 17 June 2022.

Hudson, J. , Antoniou, C., Coulson, C., Tzanni, P., Read, D. and Wallace, F. (2021) TELSIG: “The show must go on!: Embracing and shaping EAP online”. BALEAP Biennial Conference 2021: Exploring Pedagogical Approaches in EAP Teaching, University of Glasgow, 06-10 April 2021.

Allison, N. and Hudson, J. (2020) Integrating and Sustaining Directed and Self-Directed Learning Through MS Teams and OneNote: Using Microsoft Teams and OneNote to Facilitate Communication, Assignments, and Portfolio Management. BALEAP TEL SIG Webinar, 03 Jun 2020.

Hudson, J. , Jones, G. and Hosseini, D. (2020) Moving to Digital Learning and Teaching. BALEAP Webinar, 26 Mar 2020.

Hudson, J. (2019) Flipping Lessons with Moodle: Using the H5P Moodle Plugin to Deliver Online Sessions. 12th Annual University of Glasgow Learning and Teaching Conference, Glasgow, UK, 2-3 Apr 2019.

Website

De Francisci, E. and Hudson, J. (2023) Glasgow-Nankai Translation Studies. [Website]

Gomes, L. , Hudson, J. and Grove, L. (2020) Stirling Maxwell Centre for the Study of Text/Image Cultures. [Website]

Williams, A. and Hudson, J. (2019) English for Academic Study. [Website]

This list was generated on Thu Jun 13 15:30:24 2024 BST.

Supervision

MEd/MSc TESOL Dissertation Supervisor.

I currently supervise MSc/MEd TESOL students mainly in the areas of online language teaching.

2021/2022 Projects:

  1. Using effective strategies in teaching listening in the online English classroom in Chinese high schools.
  2. The perception of the flipped approach to learning on developing L2 learners’ autonomy in the Pre-sessional English classroom.
  3. Pre-sessional students’ reflection on online English summative assessment.
  4. Exploring how to motivate L2 university students to engage in online group discussions in the English classroom.
  5. Teacher-student Interaction in Online EFL Classes During the Covid-19 Pandemic from the Perspectives of Middle School Teachers in China.

2020/2021 Projects:

  1. The impact of online teaching on Chinese EFL tertiary students’ speaking anxiety during Covid-19 pandemic
  2. Teachers’ feelings towards teaching the English language remotely as opposed to face-to-face during the COVID-19 pandemic.
  3. An investigation of Chinese University teachers' attitudes towards the paradigm shift to online English language teaching during the Covid-19 pandemic.
  4. Pre-sessional Students’ Perception of Remote Language Learning during the COVID-19 Pandemic at the University of Glasgow.

Teaching

  1. Lecturer and Convenor of Academic English and Skills for International Undergraduates (EAP 1)
  2. Lecturer in Pre-sessional English 
  3. Lecturer in MSc in TESOL: Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages:

    Classroom Processes: Introduction to Teaching and Learning (Core Module)

    Developing Professional Practice in TESOL (Core Module)

  4. MEd & MSc TESOL Dissertation supervisor.

Additional roles and responsibilities

  1. Technology-Enhanced Learning and Teaching (TELT) Officer at SMLC.
  2. University TELT Network academic contact for the School of Modern Languages and Cultures.
  3. Member of the Learning and Teaching Enhancement and Change (LTEC) Forum 
  4. Web Publishing for the School of Modern Languages and Cultures.
  5. Mental Health First Aider (MHFA) at SMLC.
  6. External Examiner for In-Sessional EAP, University of Sunderland. Since October 2022.

Professional activities & recognition

Prizes, awards & distinctions

  • 2020: Certified Microsoft Innovative Educator (Microsoft)
  • 2018: Recognising Excellence in Teaching (RET) Fellowship (University of Glasgow)
  • 2017: TEAP Associate Fellow (BALEAP)
  • 2023: Rewarding Contributions 2023 (TESOL team award)

Editorial boards

  • 2017: TESL-EJ The Electronic Journal for English as a Second Language Board of Reviewers

Professional & learned societies

  • 2021: Committee Member: Events Coordinator, BALEAP Technology-Enhanced Learning Special Interest Group (TELSIG)
  • 2020: Committee Member: Web Coordinator, BALEAP Technology-Enhanced Learning Special Interest Group (TELSIG)
  • 2020: Associate Member, Association for Learning Technology (ALT)
  • 2016: Institutional Member, British Association for Lecturers in English for Academic Purposes (BALEAP)
  • 2008: Fully Registered Teacher (Further Education), The General Teaching Council for Scotland
  • 2008: Fully Registered Teacher (Secondary Education), The General Teaching Council for Scotland
  • 2008: Qualified Teacher Status (QTS), General Teaching Council for England

Additional information

Qualifications

  • PhD in E-Research and Technology Enhanced Learning, Lancaster University, 2024
  • M.Ed TESOL, University of Edinburgh, 2013.
  • Trinity Diploma TESOL, Trinity College London, 2016.
  • DipHE in Teaching English Language, University of Silesia, 2002.

Presentations/Conferences

  • CPD: Teaching Writing Skills. Workshop presented at the School of Modern Languages and Cultures, University of Glasgow, January 2017.
  • CPD: Teaching Writing Through Collaborative Activities. Workshop presented at the School of Modern Languages and Cultures, University of Glasgow, March 2017.
  • Flipping lessons with Moodle: using the H5P Moodle plugin to deliver online sessions. Talk at the 12th Annual Learning and Teaching Conference Blended and Active Learning: where are we now, and where do we want to be. University of Glasgow, April 2019.