Publication Title Author/s Title of Journal, Edited book or Conference and Page numbers Year of publication
A web of interconnectedness: The implications of coordinating a peer mentoring program
Power, Clare
Handa, Neera
Critiquing and reflecting: LAS profession and Practice. Refereed Proceedings from the National Biennial Conference, ANU, Canberra; pp. 155-165 2005
Should students acknowledge significant learning assistance with their assignments or theses?
Rowland, David
Symons, Mandy
Critiquing and reflecting: LAS profession and Practice. Refereed Proceedings from the National Biennial Conference, ANU, Canberra; pp. 167-176 2005
Truth games / Truth claims: Resisting institutional notions of LAS as remediation
Stirling, Jeannette
Percy, Alisa
Critiquing and reflecting: LAS profession and Practice. Refereed Proceedings from the National Biennial Conference, ANU, Canberra; pp. 177-187 2005
Embedded information literacy: A collaborative approach
Ambery, D
Manners, J.
Smith, K.
Critiquing and reflecting: LAS profession and Practice. Non-refereed Proceedings from the National Biennial Conference, ANU, Canberra 2005
Email in a ‘thirdspace’: enhancing intercultural communication Benzie, Helen Critiquing and reflecting: LAS profession and Practice. Non-refereed Proceedings from the National Biennial Conference, ANU, Canberra 2005
Making a difference and self-efficacy: Interviews with Jude Carroll, Kate Chanock and Marcia Devlin East, Julianne Critiquing and reflecting: LAS profession and Practice. Non-refereed Proceedings from the National Biennial Conference, ANU, Canberra 2005
Creating a Rich Environment: Co-operation between academic support and disciplinary teaching staff
Crosling, Glenda
Wilson, Anne
Critiquing and reflecting: LAS profession and Practice. Non-refereed Proceedings from the National Biennial Conference, ANU, Canberra 2005
Leadership in LAS: Beginning a conversation Horrocks, Liz Critiquing and reflecting: LAS profession and Practice. Non-refereed Proceedings from the National Biennial Conference, ANU, Canberra 2005
The poetics of writing instruction Johnson, Andrew Critiquing and reflecting: LAS profession and Practice. Non-refereed Proceedings from the National Biennial Conference, ANU, Canberra. 2005
Learning and the Net Generation: Are LAS advisers helping or hindering? McKnight, Alex Critiquing and reflecting: LAS profession and Practice. Non-refereed Proceedings from the National Biennial Conference, ANU, Canberra 2005
The perils of skills: Towards a model of integrating graduate attributes into the disciplines
Moore,Tim
Hough, Brett
Critiquing and reflecting: LAS profession and Practice. Non-refereed Proceedings from the National Biennial Conference, ANU, Canberra 2005
Chasing Pokemon – in pursuit of the LAS ideal Orsmond, Chris Critiquing and reflecting: LAS profession and Practice. Non-refereed Proceedings from the National Biennial Conference, ANU, Canberra 2005
Who am I writing for? Potential and problems of writer roles in assessment tasks Pinder, Jan Critiquing and reflecting: LAS profession and Practice. Non-refereed Proceedings from the National Biennial Conference, ANU, Canberra 2005
Role conflation in the writing of undergraduate Law students Price, Steve Critiquing and reflecting: LAS profession and Practice. Non-refereed Proceedings from the National Biennial Conference, ANU, Canberra 2005
While they were learning, what was I doing? Wilson, Anne Critiquing and reflecting: LAS profession and Practice. Non-refereed Proceedings from the National Biennial Conference, ANU, Canberra 2005
Data: We’re standing in it!
Kate Chanock
Iris Vardi
The Reflective Practitioner. Proceedings of the 14th Annual Teaching Learning Forum, 3-4 February 2005 2005
Scholarship of Teaching and Learning: Investigating patterns and possibilities in an academic oral genre Kate Chanock Communication Education, 54 (1), 92-99 2005
From one-to-one teaching to curriculum design: Dropping the “re” from “remediation”. Kate Chanock Proceedings of the Second Conference of the European Association for the Teaching of Academic Writing 2004
Autonomy and Responsibility: Same or Different? Kate Chanock Supporting independent learning in the 21st century. Proceedings of the inaugural conference of the Independent Learning Association, University of Melbourne September 13-14, 2003 2004
A shared focus for WAC, writing tutors and EAP: Identifying the “academic purposes” in writing across the curriculum Kate Chanock The WAC Journal, 15, 19-32 2004