Publication Titlesort icon Author/s Title of Journal, Edited book or Conference and Page numbers Year of publication
The three Rs: Academic Language and Learning: advisers getting down to basics with academic colleagues Briguglio, Carmela Journal of Academic Language and Learning, Vol. 1 No. 1; pp. A10-A17 2007
Theorising what we do: Defamiliarise the university O'Regan, Kerry Critiquing and reflecting: LAS profession and Practice. Refereed Proceedings from the National Biennial Conference, ANU, Canberra; pp. 131-139 2005
Three Minute Theatre: Principles and practice for scripting and performing Three Minute Thesis presentations Peter Copeman International Journal for Researcher Development 2015
Toward a knowledge management framework for language and learning services Curtis, Brian Critiquing and reflecting: LAS profession and Practice. Refereed Proceedings from the National Biennial Conference, ANU, Canberra; pp. 75-85 2005
Towards a definition of disciplinary cultures Becher, T. Studies in Higher Education, Vol. 6 No. 2; pp. 109-122 1981
Towards Inclusive Teaching and Learning in Humanities: alternatives to writing Kate Chanock Learning and Teaching in Higher Education 3, 19-32 2007-08
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
Unpacking the expert to teach the novice Bain, J. Eighth Australasian Learning andLanguage Skills Conference; pp. 119-127 1990
Using film to teach coherence in writing Kate Chanock Cinema-(to)-Graphy: Film and Writing in Contemporary Composition Courses (pp. 125-139) 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
Using text analysis stategies to improve student writing
Drury, H.
Webb, C.
Research and Development in Higher Education, Vol. 11; pp. 92-103 1989
Valid academic writing connections across the curriculum
Ellis, Josephine
O'Rourke, Susan
Journal of Academic Language and Learning, Vol. 2, No. 1; pp. A1-A10 2008
Valuing individual consultations as input into other modes of teaching Chanock, Kate Journal of Academic Language and Learning, Vol. 1 No. 1; pp. A1-A9 2007
What academic language and learning advisers bring to the scholarship of teaching and learning: problems and possibilities for dialogue with the disciplines Kate Chanock Higher Education Research & Development 26 (3), 269-280 2007
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
What is the Best Way to Develop Information Literacy and Academic Skills of First Year Health Science Students? A Systematic Review.
Joanne Munn
Jann Small
Evidence Based Library and Information Practice 2017
What written knowledge does: Three examples of academic discourse Bazerman, Charles Philosophy of the Social Sciences II, pp. 361-387 1980
When a pass is not a pass McNaught, Keith Journal of Academic Language and Learning, Vol. 5, No. 1, pp. A100-A109 2011
When students reference plagiarised material – what can we learn (and what can we do) about their understanding of attribution? Kate Chanock International Journal for Academic Integrity 4 (1), 3-15 2008
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