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Doherty, Catherine A. (2009) Trouble and autoethnography in assessment genre : a case for postnational design in online internationalized pedagogy. In Goodfellow, Robin & Lamy, Marie-Noelle (Eds.) Learning cultures in online education. Continuum International Publishing Group, London, pp. 131-150.
Hoven, Debra L. (1997) Instructional Design for Multimedia: Towards a Learner-Centred CELL (Computer-Enhanced Language Learning) Model. In Murphy-Judy, Kathryn A. (Ed.) NEXUS: The convergence of language teaching and research using technology. Computer Assisted Language Instruction Consortium (CALICO), Duke University, Durham, South Carolina, USA, pp. 98-111.
Hoven, Debra L. (2007) The affordances of technology for student teachers to shape their teacher education experience. In Kassen, Margaret Ann, Lavine, Roberta, Murphy-Judy, Kathryn A., & Peters, Martine (Eds.) Preparing and Developing Technology-proficient L2 Teachers. Computer Assisted Language Instruction Consortium (CALICO), Texas State University, Sabn Marcos, Texas. USA.
Iyer, Radha, Kettle, Margaret, Luke, Allan, & Mills, Kathy A. (2014) Critical applied linguistics. In Leung, Constant & Street, Brian V. (Eds.) The Routledge Companion to English Studies. Routledge, London, pp. 317-332.
Kettle, Margaret A. & May, Lynette A. (2012) The ascendancy of oracy in university courses: Implications for teachers and second language users. In Gitsaki, Christina & Baldauf, Richard (Eds.) The Future Directions in Applied Linguistics: Local and Global Perspectives. Cambridge Scholars Publishing.
Neilsen, Roderick (2004) What is language and how is it learnt? In Conlan, Chris (Ed.) Teaching English Language in Australia : Theoretical Perspectives and Practical Issues. API network, Perth, Western Australia, pp. 3-18.
Neilsen, Roderick (2004) The role of the teacher. In Conlan, Chris (Ed.) Teaching English in Australia : Theoretical Perspectives and Practical Issues. API Network, Perth, Western Australia, pp. 157-170.
Alford, Jennifer H. (2001) Learning language and doing critical literacy at the same time: issues facing NESB students in the mainstream secondary classroom. Journal of Adolescent & Adult Literacy, 45(3), pp. 238-242.
Anderson, Dianne P., Harvey, A. Simon, Saling, Michael M., Anderson, Vicki, Kean, Michael, Abbott, David F., et al. (2006) FMRI lateralization of expressive language in children with cerebral lesions. Epilepsia, 47(6), pp. 998-1008.
Doherty, Catherine (2015) Understanding classroom trouble through regulative gravity and instructional elasticity. Linguistics and Education, 30, pp. 56-65.
Doherty, Catherine A. (2010) Doing business : knowledges in the internationalised business lecture. Higher Education Research and Development, 29(3), pp. 245-258.
Doherty, Catherine A. (2002) Extending horizons: Critical technological literacy for urban Aboriginal students. Journal of Adolescent and Adult Literacy, 46(1), pp. 50-59.
Doherty, Catherine A. (2009) Naming trouble in online internationalized education. Pedagogies : an International Journal, 4(4), pp. 227-245.
Doherty, Catherine A., Kettle, Margaret A., May, Lynette A., & Caukill, Emma (2011) Talking the talk : oracy demands in first year university assessment tasks. Assessment in Education, 18(1), pp. 27-39.
Doherty, Catherine A. & Mayer, Diane (2003) E-mail as a 'contact zone' for teacher-student relationships. Journal of Adolescent and Adult Literacy, 46(7), pp. 592-600.
Doherty, Catherine Ann & Singh, Parlo (2008) Native speaker TESOL teacher’s talk : examining the unexamined. English Teaching and Learning, 32(2), pp. 39-75.
Emmison, Michael & Danby, Susan J. (2007) Who's the friend in the background? Interactional strategies in determining authenticity in calls to a national children's helpline. Australian Review of Applied Linguistics, 30(3), 31.1-31.17.
Hanrahan, Mary U. (2006) Highlighting hybridity : a critical discourse analysis of teacher talk in science classrooms. Science Education, 90(1), pp. 8-43.
Harper-Hill, Keely, Copland, David A., & Arnott, Wendy L. (2013) Do spoken nonword and sentence repetition tasks discriminate language impairment in children with an ASD? Research in Autism Spectrum Disorder, 7(2), pp. 265-275.
Hoven, Debra L. (2006) Communicating and interacting: An exploration of the changing roles of media in CALL/CMC. Computer Assisted Language Instruction Consortium Journal, 23(2), pp. 233-256.
Hoven, Debra L. (2003) Strategic uses of CALL: What learners use and how they react. Australian Review of Applied Linguistics : Series S, pp. 125-148.
Kettle, Margaret A. (2000) Teaching English as discourse: A challenge for the ELICOS classroom. EA Journal, 17(2), pp. 66-77.
Kettle, Margaret A. (1996) Teaching grammar: Rethinking the approach. TESOL in Context, 6(1), pp. 13-19.
May, Lynette A. (2009) Co-constructed interaction in a paired speaking test : the rater's perspective. Language Testing, 26(3), pp. 397-422.
May, Lynette A. (2011) Interactional competence in a paired speaking test : features salient to raters. Language Assessment Quarterly, 8(2), pp. 127-145.
May, Lynette A. (2006) An examination of rater orientations on a paired candidate discussion task through stimulated verbal recall. Melbourne Papers in Language Testing (MPLT), 11(1), pp. 29-51.
McKay, Penelope A. (2005) Research into the assessment of school-age language learners. Annual Review of Applied Linguistics, 25, pp. 243-263.
McKenna, Bernard & Graham, Philip W. (2000) Technocratic discourse : a primer. Journal of Technical Writing & Communication, 30(3), pp. 223-251.
McNamara, Tim, Hill, Kathryn, & May, Lynette A. (2002) Discourse and assessment. Annual Review of Applied Linguistics, 22, pp. 221-242.
Mills, Kathy A. (2005) Deconstructing binary oppositions in literacy discourse and pedagogy. Australian Journal of Language and Literacy, 28(1), pp. 67-82.
Mills, Kathy A. (2006) 'Mr. Travelling-at-will Ted Doyle' : Discourses in a multiliteracies classroom. Australian Journal of Language and Literacy, 29(2), pp. 132-149.
Mills, Kathy A. (2009) Multiliteracies : interrogating competing discourses. Language and Education: An International Journal, 23(2), pp. 103-116.
Mills, Kathy A. (2008) Transformed Practice in a Pedagogy of Multiliteracies. Pedagogies : An International Journal, 3(2), pp. 109-128.
Ranker, Jason & Mills, Kathy (2014) New directions for digital video creation in the classroom : spatiality, embodiment, and creativity. Journal of Adolescent and Adult Literacy, 57(6), pp. 440-443.
Rendle-Short, Johanna, Cobb-Moore, Charlotte, & Danby, Susan J. (2014) Aligning in and through interaction : children getting in and out of spontaneous activity. Discourse Studies, 16(6), pp. 792-815.
Woodman, Karen (2005) Unlimited access : the real benefits of online learning. The International Journal of Learning, 10, pp. 3025-3033.
Ashton-Hay, Sally (2005) Drama: Engaging all Learning Styles. In 9th International INGED (Turkish English Education Association) Conference, 20 - 22 October, 2005, Economics and Technical University, Ankara Turkey.
Hanrahan, Mary U. (2005) How is the Quality of Teacher Discourse Linked to Interest for Middle Years Students? In ESERA 2005 Contributions of Research to Enhancing Student Interest in Learning Science, 28 August - 1 September, Barcelona, Spain. (Unpublished)
Hanrahan, Mary U. (2002) Learning science: Sociocultural Dimensions of Intellectual Engagement. In Australasian Science Education Research Association, 11-14 July, 2002, Townsville, Qld. (Unpublished)
Hoven, Debra L. (2006) Designing for disruption: Remodelling a blended course in technology in (language) teacher education. In Makauskaite, Lina, Goodyear, Peter, & Reimann, Peter (Eds.) Australasian Society for Computers in Learning in Tertiary Education 2006: Whose learning? Whose technology?, 3-6th December 2006, Sydney, Australia.
Mills, Kathy A. (2006) Critical Framing in a Pedagogy of Multiliteracies. In Rennie, J (Ed.) Voices, Vibes, Visions: Hearing the Voices, Feeling the Vibes, Capturing the Visions, Aust. Assoc. for Teaching English/Australian Literacy Educator's Association, Darwin.
Wauthion, Michel & Czaplinski, Iwona (2007) Analyse de l’appropriation des potentiels opératoires dans une activité d’apprentissage collaboratif en ligne [Analysis of the possible uptakes of affordances in an online collaborative learning activity]. In Échanger Pour Apprendre en Ligne (EPAL 2007), 7-9 June 2007, Université Stendhal, Grenoble, France.
Mills, Kathy (2009) Multiliteracies and a new metalanguage for the moving image. In Jeffery, Peter L (Ed.) AARE : Australian Association of Research in Education Conference 2008, 30th November - 4th December, 2008, Kelvin Grove, Queensland University of Technology, Brisbane.
Doherty, Catherine A. (2012) A Review of “The collected works of Ruqaiya Hasan, Volume 3. Language and education : learning and teaching in society”. Language and Education, 26(6), pp. 569-573.
Czaplinski, Iwona (2012) Affordances of ICTs: an environmental study of a French language unit offered at university level. Masters by Research thesis, The University of Queensland.