EATAW / Athens Conference 2005
Detailed Conference Schedule

3rd Conference of the European Association for the Teaching of Academic Writing

Hellenic American Union , Athens, 22-24 June 2005

Please find following the schedule, per Conference day:

Wednesday, 22 June 2005

08.30-09.30 Location
Registration Foyer
09.30-10.00 Opening Session  
Leonidas-Phoebus Koskos
Executive Director, Hellenic American Union
Executive Vice-President, Hellenic American University
Opening Address
John Harbord,
EATAW President
Opening Address
Main Conference Hall
10.30-11.30 Keynote Speech  
Rienecker, Lotte
Writing Software as a Tool for Teaching Genre
Main Conference Hall
11.30-12.05 Parallel Presentations  
Babington, Doug
Arranged Marriage: the Writing Center and the Learning Commons
304
Bräuer, Gerd
Writing Centers at Work: Making the Changing Role of Writing in Higher Education Sustainable and Affordable
305
Ganobcsik-Williams, Aled
Establishing Academic Writing Support within a Degree Programme
306
Ruhmann , Gabriela
Running a Quality Writing Center with a Very Low Budget
307
Zuckermann, Gertrude ( Trudy)
'Messy' Academic Writing: Reflection on Reflective Journals in Teacher Education
308
Balčiūnaitienė, Asta - Cigankova, Natalie - Voronova, Larisa
EAP Learners' Perpective on On-line Presentation of Academic Texts
309
Bankava, Rota - Vincela, Zigrida
Innovative Mode of Teaching Writing at a Tertiary Level
311
Carter , Michael
LabWrite: Using Technology to Teach the Laboratory Rep ort
312
Margolin, Bruria - Ram, Drorit - Tene, Abrasha
Student's Self Perceptions of Writing
SMR Rm (4th fl.)
12.15-12.50 Parallel Presentations  
Crosby, Cathryn - Bloch, Joel
Weblogs and Academic Writing Development: One Student's Conceptualization of Plagi arism
304
Eik-Nes, Nancy Lea
Using Email Logbooks to Facilitate Students' Scientific Writing and Identity
305
Farneste, Monta
Benefits and Drawbacks of Using Track Changes in Peer Revision
306
Foster, Ed - Liggett, Ann - McNeil, Jane
The Writing Menagerie: A Diagnostic Electronic Writing Resource for Students
307
Gavriel, Ann Sonya
EAP by Email: a Tutorial Method for Academic Writing
308
Gee, Smiljka
Responding to Challenges of the E-learning Environment: A Story of Conversion
309
Goodfellow , Robin
Academic Literacies and eLearning: Integrating Writing Support into Online Learning
311
Kourbani, Vassiliki - Tolias, Dimitris
Effectiveness, Collaboration, and Personalization in a Technologically Enhanced Environment: The Case of the Writing Center at the Hellenic American Union and the Hellenic American University
SMR Rm (4 th fl.)
14.10-14.45 Parallel Presentations  
Macqueen, Susy
Giving Electronic Feedback on Idiosyncratic Language Problems in L2 Writing
305
Mitsikopoulou, Bessie
The Development of Academic Writing Skills in a Self-Access Center
306
Photinos, Christie
Closing the Distance: Community Building in Online Writing Classes
307
Procter, Margaret - Rose, J. Barbara
The Apprenticeship Model: In Class, In Person, On Screen
308
Ramoroka, Boitumelo Tiny
An Online Approach to the Teaching of Academic Writing: A Pilot Project
309
14.55-15.30 Parallel Presentations  
Wu, Siew-Rong
Learner Characteristics in Computer-Supporter Collaborative Learning of Scientific Writing
304
Boeschoten, Vincent - Stassen, Ingrid - Wilbers, Usha - Van Waes, Luuk - Opdenacker, Liesbeth
Integrating a Feedback Component in a Multilingual Online Writing Center
305
Davies , Martin
Implications of New Research in Cross-cultural Psychology for Academic Writing and Argument
306
Fisher, Martin
Producing Better Writers: Comparative Needs in Academia and International Organisations
308
Ganobcsik-Williams, Lisa - Toms, Jane
Helping Academics Assess and Teach Writing: The Writing Center's Role
309
Gilliland, Mary
Responding to Student Papers: Instructors Consult with Tutors
311
Godfrey , Jeanne - Rankin , Stephen
Integration and Identity: An Example of an Organizational Model that Works across an HE Institution to Meet Diverse Student Needs
312
16.00-16.35 Parallel Presentations  
Gulasarian, Alexandra - Kananyan, Sophia
Introducing a 'Critical Thinking and Writing Skills' Course in Armenia
304
Gustafsson, Magnus
Academic Communication as Integrated Learning Activities in Educational Programmes and their Content Courses: Problems and Opportunities of Teaching Academic Writing for Specific Purposes
305
Haacke, Stefanie - Lahm, Swantje
Promoting Writing Instruction to Tutors and Teaching in the Disciplines
306
Haviland, Carol Peterson - Mayberry, Bob
Writing/Righting Academic Discourse: Writing Centers' and Writing Programs' Roles as Assimilators/Contributors
307
Kruiningen Van, Jacqueline F.
Academic Writing Programs in the Netherlands. Mishmash, Mirage or Potential?
308
Maklad, Jasmine - Browne, Heather
Changing Negative Perceptions and Promoting Positive Images of the Writing Center
309
Nebel, Anne - Irvine-Niakaris, Christine
The Development of Academic Writing Materials in the Post-process Era
311
16.45-17.20 Parallel Presentations  
Panaitescu, Stefania Petronela - Lupu, Olesia
Finding Solutions for the Challenges Regarding Academic Writing in English in Eastern European Universities
304
Parker , Janet
From WAC to WiD in Europe: Transformatory Disciplinary Writing
305
Perpignan , Hadara
Academic Writing for Literature: Toward a Model of Practice
306
Pinho, Anabela - Loureiro, M. José
Students' Self Perceptions of Writing
307
Rubin, Bella
Bridging the Gap between Academic and Workplace Needs through Writing
308
Schindler, Kristen
Teaching Writing to Engineering Students - Experiences with an Interdisciplinary Cooperation
309
Yakhontova, Tatyana
Teaching English Academic Writing to Mature Researchers: Methods and Challenges
311
Ahmed, Soheil
Academic Writing and Difference
312
17.30-18.05 Parallel Presentations  
Samara, Akylina
Writing with Social Science Postrgraduate Students
304
Smith, Lawrence
Teaching the Literature Review: A More Coherent Approach
305
Stassen , Ingrid - Wilbers, Usha - Boeschoten, Vincent
The Development of Academic Writing: Work in Progress
306
Storch, Neomy - Wigglesworth, Gillian
Writing Tasks: the Effects of Collaboration
307
Stray Jorgensen, Peter - Skov, Signe
Connecting A rgumentation and Structure in Student Papers
308
Tuero , Susana
How College EFL Majors React to Peer Feedback on Writing
309
Zantsi, Zuzi
Orality in an Academic Writing Class: A Case Study
311
Zegers, Vera - Lawrence, Clive
Teaching Academic Writing in 12 Hours. Can it Be Done?
312
18.15-18.45 SIG German-speaking Writing Teachers  
Girgensohn, Katrin
Meeting of SIG German-speaking Writing Teachers
SMR Rm (4th fl.)

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Thursday, 23 June 2005

08.30-09.15 Location
EATAW General Assembly/Elections Main Conference Hall
09.30-10.30 Keynote Speech  
Stephanidis, Constantine
Universal Access to eLearning in the Information Society
Main Conference Hall
11.00-12.15 Parallel Workshops  
Blythman, Margo - Bräuer, Gerd - Mullin, Joan - Ryan, Leigh - Richards, Rose - Stassen, Ingrid - Boeschoten, Vincent - Skillen, Jan
Communication Strategies: Convincing the Institution, Academics, and Students of the Value of Writing Support
506-507
Coit, Caroline
Online Peer Review Made Easy: Introducing the PCS-Tool
503
Dilaveri, Evi - Skarmaliorakis, Emmanuella
More Than Writing at the Writing Center?
511-512
Fredrick, Daniel
Test-Driving a Forgotten Classical Heuristic ( Cicero’s Sextet Method for Writing in the Humanities)
SMR Rm (4th fl.)
Beittel , Mark
Book Reviews as a Meta-genre for Graduate Students
504-505
12.25-13.00 Parallel Presentations  
Ardington, Angela
Stance Taking in Reporting Verbs in a Critical Review Writing Task
304
Beaufort, Anne
Do Writing Skills Transcend Cultures? A Look at Writing Expertise
305
Canizales, Antonio - Galan, Rosa Margarita
Creating Cross-cultural Awareness: A Challenge for TESL
308
Donahue, Christiane
Resisting Contrastive Rhetoric: The Cross-cultural Discourse of Academic Apprenticeship
309
Dressen Hammouda, Dacia
Adapting Process-oriented Writing Approaches to Cross-cultural Contexts
311
Errey, Lynn
What Is It about Other People's Words?
312
14.10-14.45 Parallel Presentations  
Janik , Christina
Teaching Evidentiality. Cross-cultural Differences in Use of Evidential Markers
304
Konovalov, Vjatšaslav
Transfer in Academic Texts of Non-English Writers
305
Kruse, Otto
From Academic Writing to Science Communication: Towards a Wider View of Knowledge Reporting
307
Kutieleh, Salah - Morgan, Douglas L.
International Students: A Template for Academic Writing in Western Contexts
309
Laane, Mare-Anne - Tammelo, Eda
Rhetorical and Cultural Differences in LAP: English and Estonian
311
Law, lai-yi, Lilian - Lai, sui-yee, Rachel
Constructing Academic Integrity through Learning-oriented Assessments: An Exploratory Study
312
14.55-15.30 Parallel Presentations  
Manney , Linda
Close Encounters: Multicultural Education and the Academic English Writing Class
304
Markelova, Svitlana - Kaluzhna, Halyna
Taking Part in International Conferences: Focus on Academic Writing Skills
305
McCormick , Susan
The Investigative Word Web
306
McKnight , Alex
International Students Writing Science: Preparation and Reality
307
Michalchuk , Gloria
Academic Writing as a Limiting Social Construct: A Feminist Perspective
308
Mustafa, Jamilah - Dato Abdul Hamid, Bahiyah - Stapa, Siti Hamim - Lee, Siew Chin
Academic Writing: Whose Constructs? Tutors' or Students'?
309
Robbs , Michael
Teaching Academic Writing Skills to Young Learners
311
Reiss, Donna - Gustafsson, Magnus - Young, Art
Academic Writing Online: Crossing Cultures, Courses, Languages, and Educational Levels
312
Szerdahelyi , Judith
Online Assessment Horror Stories: Is Ensuring Academic Integrity Virtually Impossible?
SMR Rm (4th fl.)
16.00-16.35 Parallel Presentations  
Symeon, Despina
Teaching Writing: Cross-linguistic and Cross-cultural Perspectives
305
Van Rij-Heyligers , Josta
In Aid of Shade and True Colours: WEAP Support in the Pacific, a helpful example for Europe?
306
Thompson , Nancy - Alford, Elisabeth
The Research Communications Studio: An Innovative Model for Teaching Communications
307
Zoltan , Patricia
Writing, Thinking, and Culture: A Cross-cultural Study
309
Adams-Tukiendorf, Malgorzata
Teaching Source Documentation Inductively
311
Badley , Graham
Using Writing Groups to Transform Teacher-Educators into Scholar-Writers
312
Bean, John - Carrithers, David
Teaching Audience Adaptation and Critical Thought in Business Case Assignments
SMR Rm (4th fl.)
16.45-17.20 Parallel Presentations  
Bellers, Robin - Granger, Marie- Pierre
Improving Originality in Postgraduate Research: Identifying and Expressing Contribution
305
Blückert , Ann
Teachers' Written Comments as Guidance Into a Discourse Community
306
Chaopricha, Sangrawee
Teaching and Learning a Specialized Discourse
307
Crème, Phyllis - McKenna, Colleen
A Student Writing Mentoring Programme: Individual and Institutional Concerns
308
Dell'Aversano , Carmen
Textbook Design for Academic Writing: the PISA Program
309
Dysthe , Olga
How a Reform Affects Writing in Higher Education
311
Edwards , Harriet
Survey of Good Practices From 'Writing Purposefully in Art and Design (PAD)': a UK project Focused on Art and Design (A&D) Student Practitioners (2002-2005)
312
Timár, Eszter
What's in an Academic Title? A Comparative Analysis of Journal Articles and Student Theses
SMR Rm (4thfl.)
17.30-18.00 EARLI Writing SIG Report  
Grabowski , Joachim
EARLI Writing SIG Report
Main Conference Hall

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Friday, 24 June 2005

09.00 -10.30 Keynote Speech Location
Arani, Mahmoud - O’ Dowd, Elizabeth
Teaching Writing as Information Management
Main Conference Hall
11.00-12.15 Parallel Workshops  
Milton , Jane - Childers, Pamela - Childers, Malcolm - Orr, Susan
Visual Arts to Enhance Written Communication
506-507
Turlik , John
Lexical Richness, Grammatical Accuracy and Holistic Scoring in Academic Writing-Factors in Writing Development
508-509
Vassiliades , Maria
Writing Effective Paragraphs with Evidence: Documentation and a Smooth Incorporation
511-512
Cook, Jill - Stephenson, Lauren
The Working Model: An Approach to Teaching Academic Writing
504-505
Antoniadou, Mariella - Petropoulos, John
Student Diversity and the Writing Center: Not an Obstacle But a Challenge!
SMR Rm (4th fl.)
12.25-13.00 Parallel Presentations  
Gholami Mehrdad , Ali - Rahnama, Akbar
The Effect of Writing Diaries on English Students' Writing Skills
305
Gillespie , Paula
An Argument for Peer Tutoring: The Peer Tutoring Alumni Research Project
306
Girgensohn, Katrin
How to Make a Virtue of Necessity: Teacherless Writing Group Work at the University
307
Harbord , John
The Role of Models in Developing Writing Skills
308
Henderson , Fiona - Dixon, Julie
Connections, Transitions and Cross-Cultural Differences: Teaching Writing in China
309
Khonsari, Soraya
EAP Writing Instruction and Students' Writing Needs
311
Knudsen , Sanne
What’s Your Problem? Constructing and Developing Problem-oriented Writing at University
312
Szymanska, Jolanta Alicja
The Structure of the Clause and the Structure of the Text
SMR Rm (4th fl.)
14.10-14.45 Parallel Presentations  
Lange , Ulrike
Connecting Workshops and Writing in the Disciplines
304
Lea , Mary
Teaching Academic Writing: Teaching the Academics
305
Lee , K.C.
The Impact of Face-to-Face Versus Online Discussion on Writing
306
Logotheti, Anastasia
From the Challenged to the Challenging: Competent Writers and the Writing Center
307
Lorentzen, Anita - Schnieder, Jeremy - Schultz, Darcy
"Just Tell Me How to Fix It!" The Banking Concept vs. Problem Posing in Writing Tutorials
308
Kam, Angeniet
AlaBaMa: Online Good Practices for Teachers in the Sciences
311
14.55-15.30 Parallel Presentations  
Mourelatos, Evangeline
The Ethical Tutor: Plagiarism and the Role of the Writing Center
304
Olivier , Lawrence
Using Writing to Learn in a South African Context
305
Pinder , Janice
What Does L2 Writing Pedagogy Have to Offer L1 Students?
306
El Badri, Hassan
Understanding Learners’ Difficulties Using Computer-Based Writing Assignments: What’s at Stake?
307
Rai , Lucy
Integrating Contextualised 'Effective Study' Teaching in Distance Education
308
Recke, Renate
How to Elbow Your Way through Academic Writing
309
Pallant , Anne
Conforming to Convention: the Challenge of Diversity in Academic Writing Skills
311
Rochecouste , Judith
Constructing Taxonomies for Graduate Writing
312
15.40-16.10 Closing Session  

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