Vol 7, No 2 (2013)

Special Issue: Proceedings of the 11th Biennial Conference of the Association for Academic Language and Learning

Table of Contents


Introduction to the Special Issue PDF
Alison Brown E1

Research Articles

Lost in (open learning) space PDF
Jane Kehrwald, Michael Head, Rowena Harper A1-A10
Scenarios for collaboration: Idiosyncratic and ad hoc PDF
Shem Macdonald, Britta Schneider, Giselle Kett A11-A19
Against the odds: Teaching writing in an online environment PDF
Ingrid Wijeyewardene, Helen Patterson, Martin Collins A20-A34
Transitions and shifting understandings of writing: Building rich pictures of how moving from school to university is experienced through exploration of students’ discourses of writing PDF
Sally Baker A35-A49
Enabling parents, partners and friends to collaborate in student transition and success PDF
Helen Johnston, Diana Collett, Ben Kooyman A50-A61
Identifying students requiring English language support: What role can a PELA play? PDF
Anne Jillian Harris A62-A78
Supporting academic literacies in an online environment PDF
Sasikala Nallaya, Jane Kehrwald A79-A94
Student perceptions of embedded writing programs taught by disciplinary academics PDF
Kerry Ann Hunter, Harry Tse A95-A105
Teaching subject literacies through blended learning: Reflections on a collaboration between academic learning staff and teachers in the disciplines PDF
Kate Chanock A106-A119
“Like catching smoke”: Easing the transition from TAFE to university PDF
Iris Mary Ambrose, Clare Cunnington, Marie Bonne, Kate Chanock, Sandra Jardine, Janet Muller A120-A131
Factors likely to impact the effectiveness of research writing groups for off-campus doctoral students PDF
Olga Kozar, Juliet Lum A132-A149
From principles to practice: Implementing an English language proficiency model at UniSA PDF
Rowena Harper A150-A164
Academic advisors as agents of change in collaborations with faculty based staff PDF
Tahereh Khollas Pourshafie, Kathleen Brady A165-A174

ISSN: 1835-5196