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Balancing old and new activity types on an academic writing website

Hilary Nesi | 30 April 2015 | Book chapter

This paper reported on our attempt to put the findings of ‘an investigation of genres of assessed writing in british higher education’ (res-000-23-0800) to practical use in eap contexts. The paper explained our genre classification system and the org ...

Spatial and temporal lingual coarticulation and motor control in preadolescents

Natalia Zharkova | 25 December 2014 | Phonetics | Journal article

This paper compared coarticulation and tongue movement in adults and 10-to-12-year-old children, using ultrasound tongue imaging. In four fricative consonant-vowel syllables (with two different fricatives and two different vowels), midsagittal tongue ...

Secondary analysis of qualitative data

Susan Banducci | 30 April 2014 | Political Science | Presentation/lecture

This is an abbreviated set of slides that i have developed for a seminar on secondary analysis of qualitative data. I developed this seminar based on the ongoing research for the sdai funded project. The aim of the lecture is to illustrate secondary ...

Progress with interoperability

Hilary Nesi | 27 April 2014 | Seminar/workshop

Paper presented at the baal/cup seminar 'discourse and technology: tools, methods and application' discussing the role of corpus tools, and in particular the wordtree, in the analysis of discourse. All examples were taken from the bawe corpus.

Citation in student assignments: a corpus-driven investigation

Hilary Nesi | 24 April 2014 | Presentation/lecture

This paper presents the initial findings from a corpus-driven investigation of citation practices in proficient university assignments. It shows the frequency of different citation patterns, and lists some common reporting verbs used by students.

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