Research Publications for Lucy Campbell

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  • Brine, J., & Campbell, L. (2007). Using eLearning to promote student engagement in large university EFL and ESL writing classes. In JALTCALL Conference: Integration or Disintegration?. Conference held at Waseda University, Tokyo, Japan.

  • Barnard, R. C., & Campbell, L. (2005). Sociocultural Theory and the teaching of process writing: The scaffolding of learning in a university context.. The TESOLANZ Journal, 13, 76-88.

  • Campbell, L. E. (2003). Promoting language acquisition for classroom discussion: The role of reflective prompts and dialogic journals. In 10th ALANZ Symposium. Conference held at Auckland University of Technology, Auckland.

  • Campbell, L. E. (2003). How reflective exchanges of second language students can have an impact on their learning outcomes and on future curriculum planning in a tertiary environment. In International Conference on Language, Education and Diversity. Conference held at University of Waikato, Hamilton.

  • Campbell, L. (2003). How reflective exchanges of second language students can have an impact on their learning outcomes and on future curriculum planning in a tertiary environment. In S. May, M. Franken, & R. Barnard (Eds.), LED 2003 1st International Conference on Language, Education and Diversity (pp. 1-11). Hamilton: University of Waikato.

  • Brine, J. W., Campbell, L. E., & Franken, M. (2002). Covering all bases: The use of activity theory to analyse a computer-mediated academic writing programme. In The Eighth National Conference on Community Languages & English for Speakers of Other Languages (CLESOL). Conference held at Te Papa Tongarewa, Wellington.

  • Brine, J. W., Johnson, E. M., Franken, M., & Campbell, L. E. (2002). Supporting academic writing through online conferences: dialogical strategies. In 5th Biennial Tertiary Writing Network Colloquium. Conference held at Auckland University of Technology,Auckland.

  • Barnard, R. C., Campbell, L. E., Smithson, D., Vickery, K., & Campbell, N. (2002). A survey of the regular classroom teacher's perspective on NESB students in Hamilton secondary Schools. Many Voices, 17, 21-25.

  • Brine, J. W., Johnson, E. M., Campbell, L. E., & Franken, M. (2002). Supporting academic writing through online conferences: dialogical strategies. In A. Kirkness (Ed.), TWN (Tertiary Writing Network) Colloquium Vol. 5th Biennial Tertiary Writing Networks Colloquium Proceedings (pp. 35-40). Conference held at Auckland University of Technology: Tertiary Writing Network.

  • Campbell, L. E. (2002). NESB Students and tertiary study. Can NESB learners cope with academic writing at university? Reply to Greg Armfield from University of Waikato. TESOLANZ Newsletter, 11(3), 16-17.

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