Staff Presentations & Publications
Baik, Chi & Damian Sweeney: LAS advisers as virtual tutors: A report on an interactive online writing course for undergraduate students. Refereed proceedings of the Language and Academic Skills in Higher Education Conference, pp. 31-44, Canberra 2005.
Baik, Chi: Tips for international students. Postgraduate Review, University of Melbourne Postgraduate Association, Vol. 11, No. 1, p. 18. 2005.
Bailey, Anna & Steven Thurlow: Adjunct is no junk: Demonstrating success in a support class for ESL students in a Bachelor of Environments degree. Australian Association of Language and Learning, Biennial Conference, Melbourne 2013.
Campitelli, Stephen & Jane Page: Anatomy of a successful collaboration. The University of Melbourne Professional Staff Conference, Melbourne 2014.
Coates, Hamish & Laurie Ransom: Supporting attrition or retention? The formative value of student services. AUSSE Research Briefing, (9), 1-17, 2011.
Dacy, Karen: Phonotactics: Getting the Right Sounds in the Right Places in Words. Australian Association of Academic Language and Learning Pronunciation Symposium, Canberra 2012.
Dacy, Karen: Phonotactics: Putting Sounds Together to Form Syllables and Words. Australian Council of TESOL Associations International TESOL Conference, Cairns 2012.
Dacy, Karen: Pronunciation Triage and Independent Study. Australian Association of Academic Language and Learning Second Pronunciation Symposium, Canberra 2014.
Evans, Simon & Ariana Henderson: Development of long-term independent learning habits. The University of Melbourne Professional Staff Conference, Melbourne 2014.
Ernst, Guido: Evaluating ALL e-learning: what characterises effective resources? Australian Association of Language and Learning, Biennial Conference, Melbourne 2013.
Firth, Katherine: Hyper-Anxiety about Research Integrity in Library Staff and RHD Students. Tuesdays with OREI Seminar Series, Melbourne 2013.
Firth, Katherine: Student's Fetishisation of Detail: Adorno and Higher Education Commodity Culture. Australian Association of Language and Learning Symposium, Melbourne 2012.
Firth, Katherine: The 'aura' of authenticity in the age of digital lecture theatres. Australian Association of Language and Learning, Biennial Conference, Melbourne 2013.
Larcombe, Wendy, Anthony McCosker & Kieran O'Loughlin: Supporting Education PhD and DEd Students to Become Confident Academic Writers: An Evaluation of Thesis Writers' Circles, Journal of University Teaching and Learning Practice 4(1), 55. 2007.
Larcombe, Wendy & Anthony McCosker: Postgraduate Essentials: An Online Transition Program for Commencing PhD Students, in S. Milnes, G. Creswell, V. Rao & A. Bartlett (eds.) Critiquing and Reflecting: LAS Profession and Practice, Academic Skills and Learning Centre, The Australian National University, Canberra 2005.
McLean, Patricia & Laurie Ransom: Building intercultural competencies: implications for academic skills development, in Jude Carroll and Janette Ryan (Eds.) Teaching International Students: Improving Learning for All. Oxon: Routledge, 2005.
McCosker, Anthony: Confronting the Minor Thesis. Postgraduate Review, University of Melbourne Postgraduate Association, Vol. 11, No. 1, p. 16. 2005.
McCosker, Anthony: Originality and Contribution. Postgraduate Review, University of Melbourne Postgraduate Association, Vol. 10, No. 3, p. 22. 2004.
Ransom, Laurie: Beat those VCE nerves. The Age, p. 14, 2010, September 6.
Ransom, Laurie: Engaging stakeholders: Implementing the post-entry language policy at the University of Melbourne. Proceedings of the 21st ISANA Conference, Melbourne, 2010.
Ransom, Laurie: Engaging students through academic skills development. AUSSE Enhancement Guide. Available at http://www.acer.edu.au/files/AUSSE_EG_Academic_Skills.pdf, 2009.
Ransom, Laurie: Implementing the post-entry language assessment at the University of Melbourne: Rationale, processes and outcome. Journal of Academic Language & Learning, 3(2), A11-A22, 2009.
Ransom, Laurie, Wendy Larcombe & Chi Baik: English language needs and support: International-ESL students' perceptions and expectations. Proceedings of the 16th ISANA Conference, Christchurch, New Zealand, 2005.