We are delighted to share that BOLD module b, “Grassroots Innovation for Linguistic Advocacy,” produced by Web2Learn underwent a careful review by linguistics expert Barbara Heinisch. The review process further enhances the quality of BOLD’s educational materials.
A few words about the reviewer
Barbara Heinisch, (ORCID-ID: 0000-0002-1362-4088) is a researcher and lecturer at the Centre for Translation Studies at the University of Vienna. Her research interests include specialised translation, terminology, accessibility, digital humanities and citizen science. In her research, Barbara addresses citizen science from both a practical perspective and meta-perspective, including the interrelation between citizen science and responsible research and innovation or the third mission of universities. Moreover, in her research, she addresses the link between social innovation, translation and citizen science. Her most recent co-authored publications include a chapter in the book The Science of Citizen Science about the Citizen Humanities and the article Citizen science in the social sciences and humanities: the power of interdisciplinarity.
Barbara’s valuable contribution draws from her extensive studies background and experience in citizen science, innovation, and translation. Her expertise in these fields adds significant value to the review of the module, providing illuminating insights and recommendations.
Web2Learn and the BOLD partnership express our sincere gratitude to Dr. Barbara Heinisch for her valuable contribution to our project!