Dr Jim Donohue

j.donohue@qmul.ac.uk

020 7882 2834
 

Jim has taught and researched English language for academic and workplace purposes for 20 years, in the UK, Netherlands, Pakistan and Bangladesh. He came to Queen Mary in November 2014 from The Open University where he was Head of OpenELT, the OU’s English Language Teaching Unit. He is particularly interested in the relationship between language and learning and how our use of language develops as we encounter new situations in life.

He has co-authored two books on this: Exploring English Grammar: From Formal to Functional (2009), with Caroline Coffin and Sarah North, and A Language as Social Semiotic-Based Approach to Teaching and Learning in Higher Education (2014), with Caroline Coffin.