Publication Title Author/s Title of Journal, Edited book or Conference and Page numberssort icon Year of publication
Financial reporting: towards socially inclusive support for international students
Sally Ashton-Hay
Roslyn Roberts
Journal of Academic Language and Literacy 2012
One good thing about lectures: they model the approach of the discipline Kate Chanock Journal of General Education, 48 (1), 38-55 1999
Dictionaries without borders Julia Miller Journal of Learning Design, pp. 43-51. 2012
Academic Skills Rovers: A just in time peer support initiative for academic skills and literacy development
Peter Copeman
Polly Keightley
Journal of Peer Learning 2014
PRACTICE BRIEF: Supporting a University Student who is Deaf-blind in Writing for the Disciplines
Kate Chanock
Michelle Stevens
Sally Freeman
Journal of Postsecondary Education and Disability, Vol. 23, No. 2, 155-157 2010
What do we learn from teaching one-to-one that informs our work with larger numbers? Proceedings of the conference held at La Trobe University November 18-19, 1996 Kate Chanock Language and Academic Skills Conference: What do we Learn from Teaching One-to-one that Informs our Work with Larger Numbers? 1997
'By indirections find directions out': Introduction to university study
Ballard, B.
Clanchy, J.
Taffe, J.
Language and learning a tertiary level: Proceedings of the Australian Fifth Annual Study Skills Conference; pp. 1-11 1984
Towards Inclusive Teaching and Learning in Humanities: alternatives to writing Kate Chanock Learning and Teaching in Higher Education 3, 19-32 2007-08
Birds of a feather don’t always flock together: user problems in identifying headwords in online English learner’s dictionaries Julia Miller Lexicos, pp. 273-285 2013
Help for a dyslexic learner from an unlikely source: the study of Ancient Greek Kate Chanock Literacy 40 (3), 164-170 2006
Literacy in the university: An 'anthropological' approach
Ballard, B.
Clanchy, J.
Literacy by degrees 1988
On being a colleague Kate Chanock Marginal Words, Marginal Work? Tutoring the Academy in the Work of Writing Centers (pp. 85-103) 2007
Using systemic functional linguistics in university teaching: a postgraduate class on making writing more 'readable' Kate Chanock Monash University Linguistics Papers, 2 (1), 61-68 1999
Doing critical ethnographic research into academic writing: The theory of the methodology Starfield, Sue New Directions for ESP Research. D. Belcher, A.M.Johns & B. Paltridge (Eds). pp. 174-196 2011
What written knowledge does: Three examples of academic discourse Bazerman, Charles Philosophy of the Social Sciences II, pp. 361-387 1980
"The only native speaker in the room" Kate Chanock Proc. Australian Communication Skills Conference '98: Teaching Communication Skills in the Disciplines (pp. 45-59) 1998
Never say 'I'? The writer’s voice in essays in the humanities Kate Chanock Proc. First National Conference on Tertiary Literacy: Research and Practice (pp. 54-63) 1997
Proc. First National Conference on Tertiary Literacy: Research and Practice, Volumes 1 & 2 Kate Chanock Proc. First National Conference on Tertiary Literacy: Research and Practice, Volumes 1 & 2 1997
The ghost in the machine: Computers as a source of confusion. Kate Chanock Proc. Language and Academic Skills Conference: Sources of confusion (pp. 70-79) 2001
The interdiscourse of essays: Listening one-to-one and telling one-to-one hundred Kate Chanock Proc. Language and Academic Skills Conference: What do we Learn from Teaching One-to-one that Informs our Work with Larger Numbers?(pp. 50-55) 1997