Publication Title Author/s Title of Journal, Edited book or Conference and Page numbers Year of publicationsort icon
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
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 only native speaker in the room" Kate Chanock Proc. Australian Communication Skills Conference '98: Teaching Communication Skills in the Disciplines (pp. 45-59) 1998
Teaching for quality learning at university Biggs, J. 1999
Using film to teach coherence in writing Kate Chanock Cinema-(to)-Graphy: Film and Writing in Contemporary Composition Courses (pp. 125-139) 1999
One good thing about lectures: they model the approach of the discipline Kate Chanock Journal of General Education, 48 (1), 38-55 1999
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
“You get me to explain myself more better”: Supporting diversity through dialogic learning. Kate Chanock Research and development in higher education volume 22: Cornerstones of higher education 2000
Comments on essays: Do students understand what tutors write? Kate Chanock Teaching in Higher Education, 5 (1), 95-106 2000
Discussions of discourse: LAS and the disciplines looking at language together Kate Chanock Proc. National Language and Academic Skills Conference: Language and LEARNING: The learning dimension of our work (pp. 66-76) 2000
Proc. National Language and Academic Skills Conference: Language and LEARNING: The learning dimension of our work Kate Chanock Proc. National Language and Academic Skills Conference: Language and LEARNING: The learning dimension of our work 2000
From mystery to mastery Chanock, Kate Changing Identities: Refereed proceedings from the 2001 Language and Academic Skills conference, University of Wollongong 2001
Sources of Confusion: Refereed proceedings of the National Language and Academic Skills Conference held at La Trobe University Nov 27-28, 2000. Kate Chanock 2001
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
Problems and possibilities in evaluating one-to-one language and academic skills teaching. Kate Chanock Academic Skills Advising: Evaluation for program improvement and accountability (pp. 199-221). 2002
How a writing tutor can help when unfamiliar with the content: A case study Kate Chanock The WAC Journal, 13: 113-132 2002
Challenges of internationalisation: Enhancing intercultural competence and skills for critical reflection on the situated andnon-neutral nature of knowledge Volet, Simone Refereed proceedings of the 2003 Biennial Language and Academic Skills in Higher Education Conference; 1-10 2003
Challenges of the Graduate Attributes Movement Chanock, Kate Refereed proceedings of the 2003 Biennial Language and Academic Skills in Higher Education Conference 2003
Email and the changing nature of the relationship and dialogue between staff and students Thomas, Robyn Refereed proceedings of the 2003 Biennial Language and Academic Skills in Higher Education Conference 2003