Emilienne Idorenyin Akpan
Instructor of Languages/Int. Director Writing Center
American University of Nigeria
Before joining the American University of Nigeria, Emilienne was a Head of School for 6 years and she held other teaching, administrative and leadership positions. She currently teaches Freshman Composition and French, and enjoys reading, writing and poetry.
Effects of the mass media; Factors influencing the instruction and reception of new languages; Best practices in Writing Center and Peer Tutoring operations; Academic Integrity.
Personal pronouns: She/her/hers
Interests: Effects of the mass media; Factors influencing the instruction and reception of new languages; Writing Center and Tutoring Best Practices/Pedagogies; Globalization; Instructional Technologies.
- Crossing borders through digital media and dialogue
- Using DailyChatter to enhance engagement in a freshman composition class
- Strengthening multiliteracies through departmental collaborations
- Impact assessment of librarian-faculty collaboration to develop the digital literacy skills of a first-year composition class
- Openness in teaching, research and best practices: Initiative incorporating information & digital literacies in a first year composition syllabus at American University of Nigeria