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Woodman, Karen & Kourtis-Kazoullis, Vasilia (2007) Inter-institutional online collaboration : Greek student perceptions. In Gitsaki, Christina (Ed.) Language and languages: Global and local tensions. Cambridge Scholars Press, Newcastle, UK, pp. 236-251.
Woodman, Karen (2014) Online teacher education : lessons from the cyber-trenches. Australian Educational Leader, 36(1), pp. 53-56.
Woodman, Karen (2014) Educational paradox : the hidden obstacles to the integration of mobile phones in the language classroom. Research Papers in Language Teaching and Learning, 5(1), pp. 110-122.
Woodman, Karen & Gasson, Susan (2011) Doorway to research : Issues in the development of an interactive website for international graduate students. EUROCALL Review, 18, pp. 15-29.
Woodman, Karen (2005) No borders : virtual communities in online learning. International Journal of the Humanities, 1.
Woodman, Karen (2005) Unlimited access : the real benefits of online learning. The International Journal of Learning, 10, pp. 3025-3033.
Woodman, Karen & Kazoullis, Vasilia (2013) Facebook, telecollaboration, and international access to technology in the classroom. In V. Cipolla Ficarra, Francisco, Veltman, K., Verber, D., Novak, B., Fulton, P., Edison, D., et al. (Eds.) Fourth International Conference on Advances in New Technologies, Interactive Interfaces and Communicability, Blue Herons Editions, Huerta Grande, Cordoba, Argentina, pp. 116-124.
Woodman, Karen, Mengersen, Kerrie, Yarlagadda, Prasad, Pitchforth, Jegar, & Silva, Pujitha (2013) The supervision tango : perceptions of supervisors of international graduate students in Engineering and IT. In Proceedings of the Fourth International Conference on Advances in New Technologies, Interactive Interfaces and Communicability (ADNTIIC 2013), Blue Heron Editions, Huerta Grande, Córdoba, Argentina.
Samani, Shamim, Woodman, Karen, Trevelyan, James, Taji, Acram, Narayanswamy, Ramesh, Silva, Pujitha, et al. (2012) Higher degree research at Australian Universities : Responding to diversity in engineering and information technology. In Mann, Llewellyn & Scott, Daniel (Eds.) Proceedings of the 23rd Annual Conference of the Australasian Association for Engineering Education, AAEE (Australasian Assoc for Eng. Education), Melbourne, Vic, pp. 866-874.
Woodman, Karen, Trevelyan, James, Sahama, Tony R., Gudimetla, Prasad, Sharda, Hema, Lucey, Tony, et al. (2011) Chaos or complex systems? Identifying factors influencing the success of international and NESB graduate research students in Engineering and Information Technology Fields. In Torres, I. Candel, Chova, L.G., & Martinez, A. L. (Eds.) ICERI2011 Proceedings CD, IATED Publications, Convention Centre - Melia Castilla, Madrid.
Woodman, Karen & Gasson, Susan (2010) Bridging the gap : developing an innovative online resource for international graduate students. In Gómez Chova, L., Martí Belenguer, D., & Candel Torres , I (Eds.) INTED2010 Proceedings CD, International Association of Technology, Education and Development (IATED), Valencia, Spain.
Gudimetla, Prasad, Yarlagadda, Prasad K., Sahama, Tony R., & Woodman, Karen (2010) Assessment of the influence of cultural barriers to HDR supervision of non-English speaking background (NESD) students in engineering and information technology (IT) disciplines. In Butdee, Suthep, Sapsaman, Temsiri, & Yarlagadda, Prasad K. (Eds.) Proceedings of the 10th Global Congress on Manufacturing and Management - Innovative Design for Sustainability In Manufacturing and Management, King Mongkut's University of Technology North Bangkok, Thailand, Century Park Hotel, Bangkok, pp. 51-56.
Woodman, Karen & Kourtis-Kazoullis, Vasilia (2009) Cyber-self-reflection : developing learning autonomy in online programs. In Tsangalidis, Anastasios (Ed.) Selected papers from the 18th International symposium on theoretical and applied linguistics, Monochromia Publishing, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, pp. 385-396.
Woodman, Karen (2006) Multimodality stimulation : understanding fluency in study abroad programs. In Allwood, Jens, Dorriots, Beatriz, & Nicholson, Shirley (Eds.) Multimodal Communication: Proceedings from the Second Nordic Conference on Multimodal Communication, Department of Linguistics, Goteborg University, Goteborg, Sweden, pp. 283-301.
Woodman, Karen (1992) The Goddess and the sea people : on the origins of the languages of the Minoan scripts. In Hall, Kira, Bucholtz, Mary, & Moonwomon, Birch (Eds.) Locating power: Proceedings of the Second Berkeley Women and Language Conference, Berkeley Women and Language Group, Berkeley, Calif., pp. 590-600.
Yarlagadda, Prasad K., Woodman, Karen, Taji, Acram, Sahama, Tony R., Silva, Pujitha, Trevelyan, James, et al. (2013) Research supervision of international students in engineering and information technology disciplines. Australian Government Office for Learning and Teaching, Australia.
Yarlagadda, Prasad K.D.V., Woodman, Karen, Silva, Pujitha, Taji, Acram, Sahama, Tony, Trevelyan, James, et al. (2013) A model for research supervision of international students in engineering and information technology disciplines. Australian Government Office for Learning and Teaching (OLT).
Woodman, Karen (2014) "The Handbook of English for Specific Purposes" reviewed by Karen Woodman. EA Journal, 29(2), pp. 91-93.
Woodman, Karen (2012) Book review: "English for telecoms and information technology" by T. Ricca and M. Duckworth; "English for legal professionals" by A. Frost; "English for the pharmaceutical industry" by M. Buchler, K. Jaehnig, G. Matzig, and T. Weindler; "English for cabin crews" by S. Ellis and L. Lansford; and "English for negotiating" by C. Lafond, S. Vine, and B. Welch. TESOL in Context, 22(1), pp. 71-74.