Publication Title Author/s Title of Journal, Edited book or Conference and Page numberssort icon Year of publication
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
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
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
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
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
“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
Using text analysis stategies to improve student writing
Drury, H.
Webb, C.
Research and Development in Higher Education, Vol. 11; pp. 92-103 1989
Enhancing learning skills: The role of metacognition Biggs, J. Student learning: Research into practice. The Marysville Symposium; pp.131-148 1986
Disciplinary discourse Becher, T. Studies in Higher Education Vol. 12, No. 3, pp. 261-274 1987
The significance of disciplinary cultures Becher, T. Studies in Higher Education, Vol. 19 No. 2, pp. 151-161 1994
Towards a definition of disciplinary cultures Becher, T. Studies in Higher Education, Vol. 6 No. 2; pp. 109-122 1981
Student experience and tertiary expectations: Factors predicting academic literacy amongst first year pharmacy students
Scouller, K.
Bonanno, H.
Smith, L.
Krass, I.
Studies in Higher Education. Vol. 33, No. 2; pp. 167-178 2008
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
The Right to Reticence Kate Chanock Teaching in Higher Education 15 (5), 543-552 2010
Comments on essays: Do students understand what tutors write? Kate Chanock Teaching in Higher Education, 5 (1), 95-106 2000
A model for an online Australian English cultural dictionary database
Deny Kwary
Julia Miller
Terminology, pp. 258-276 2013
Doctoral writing in the visual and performing arts: Issues and debates
Paltridge, Brian
Starfield, Sue
The international Journal of Art & Design Education. Vol. 30, No.2. pp. 242-255 2011
“Enhancing student success”: Meeting the unique needs of university students with Deaf-blindness Kate Chanock The Open Rehabilitation Journal, 9-15 2010
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