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Dr Virginie Theriault



Personal statement

I am the School of Education’s lecturer in Informal Education.  I completed a doctorate in linguistics at Lancaster University. My thesis is entitled Literacy mediation and literacy learning in community-based organisations for young people in a situation of precarity in Quebec. Before starting my PhD, I worked as a research associate at the Université de Sherbrooke (Quebec, Canada), coordinating two large-scale evaluative studies in the field of adult education, community-based education, and guidance counselling. My current research interests are in youth studies, literacy studies, community-based organisations, learning and apprenticeship, and practitioners’ continuing education.


Book review - Lifelong learning participation in a changing policy context: an interdisciplinary theory
Theriault Virginie
Studies in the Education of Adults, (2018)
Writing retreats as a milestone in the development of PhD students' sense of self as academic writers
Papen Uta, Thériault Virginie
Studies in Continuing Education, (2017)
Accessing a 'very, very secret garden' : exploring children's and young people's literacy practices using participatory research methods
Calderón López Margarita, Theriault Virginie
Language and Literacy Vol 19, pp. 39-54, (2017)
Accountability, bureaucratic literacies and conflictual cooperation in community-based organisations for young people in Québec
Theriault Virginie
European Conference on Educational Research Conference 2017, (2017)
Rapport à l’écrit : un construit particulièrement intéressant dans les études des milieux communautaires
Bélisle Rachel, Theriault Virginie
85e Congrès de l’ACFAS, (2017)
Rôles et effets potentiels de sponsors de l'écrit dans des organismes communautaires jeunesse
Theriault Virginie
Colloque international de l’Équipe de recherche en littératie et inclusion, (2017)

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