Vol 12, No 1 (2018)

Special Issue: Proceedings of the 13th Biennial Conference of the Association for Academic Language and Learning

Table of Contents

Research Articles

Online learning strategies to recruit and train Student Mentors: Opportunities for development and integration with face-to-face strategies PDF
Ana Garcia-Melgar A1-A14
Academic Language and Learning (ALL) in Australia: An endangered or evolving species? PDF
Carolyn Barbara Malkin, Kate Chanock A15-A32
Using digital peer observation to balance professional development and performance evaluation PDF
Rachel Anna Maissan, Fiona Elizabeth Perry A33-A47
Whole of institution academic language and learning practice: Systemic implications PDF
Susan Hoadley, Kerry Hunter A48-A63
Building cultural and linguistic bridges: Reflections on a program designed to support adult students from refugee backgrounds’ transitions into university PDF
Sally Baker, Evonne Irwin, Homa Freeman, Simone Nance, Julia Coleman A64-A80
“Ask a Question”: Student use and misuse of online academic skills support PDF
Sally A. Ashton-Hay, Zihan Yin, Andrew S. Ross A81-A96
The otherness of writing in the engineering curriculum: A practice architectures perspective PDF
Rosalie Goldsmith, Keith Willey A97-A114
Going digital: Challenges and opportunities in transforming face to face ALL workshops into online versionsworkshops into online versions PDF
Alexandra Isabel García A115-A127
The role of learning advisors and support staff within an increasingly differentiated student community PDF
Elizabeth Ann Norman, Edwina Clare Newham A128-A140
What ‘counts’ as numeracy preparation in enabling education programs? Results of a national audit PDF
Evonne Lee Irwin, Sally Baker, Ben Carter A141-A155
Supporting university students with socially challenging behaviours through professional development for teaching staffprofessional development for teaching staff PDF
Sarah Veitch, Karin Strehlow, James Boyd A156-A167
Flying Start: Partnering with students and other stakeholders to support the transition into doctoral study PDF
Steve Johnson, Melinda Nicola, Julia Hobson A168-A178

ISSN: 1835-5196