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No end in sight: Information skills for academics and researchers
(Central Queensland University Press, 2004)
This paper follows the genesis, development and delivery of knowledge management seminars aimed at academics and researchers in the university environment who, although they are lifelong learners in their own subject areas, ...
The theory and practice of technology in materials development and task design
(Cambridge University Press, 2010)
Technology nowadays plays a prominent role in the development of language learning materials, both as a tool in support of their creation and as a means of delivering content. Increasingly, technology is also used to support ...
The organization of organizational discourse
(Massey University., 2006-01-01)
Discourse, as Fairclough, Graham, Lemke, and Wodak (2004) noted in the introduction to their new journal, Critical Discourse Studies, is now well established as a category in social sciences. And yet, as they also note, ...
Critiquing “Neoliberalism”: Three Interrogations and a Defense
(Peter Lang Publishing Inc., 2014)
Looked at broadly, we can identify two distinct discourses about neoliberalism in communication and media studies and elsewhere. The first deploys the term to enact a familiar critical narrative, where neoliberalism ...
The Brawn-Drain? Issues for the professional sports worker
(Dunmore Press, 2004)
Professionalism is now the reality in many sports. For the professional sportsperson (most professional sports are male), there are several challenges and issues that make them a 'special' type of worker. We explore three ...
Towards a learner-based theory of distance language learning: the concept of the learner-context interface
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The Word as remnant: Margaret Atwood and Janet Frame
(Department of English, University of Otago., 2005)
Language learning strategies in independent language learning: an overview.
(Multilingual Matters, 2008)
The notions of independence, autonomy, and control in learning experiences have come to play an increasingly important role in language education. A number of principles underpin independent language learning – optimising ...