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Native and nonnative teachers of L2 pronunciation: Effects on learner performance
JM Levis, S Sonsaat, S Link, TA Barriuso
Tesol Quarterly 50 (4), 894-931, 2016
1452016
Rethinking the role of automated writing evaluation (AWE) feedback in ESL writing instruction
J Li, S Link, V Hegelheimer
Journal of Second Language Writing 27, 1-18, 2015
1452015
A move/step model for methods sections: Demonstrating Rigour and Credibility
E Cotos, S Huffman, S Link
English for Specific Purposes 46, 90-106, 2017
1032017
Furthering and applying move/step constructs: Technology-driven marshalling of Swalesian genre theory for EAP pedagogy
E Cotos, S Huffman, S Link
Journal of English for Academic Purposes 19, 52-72, 2015
792015
Automated writing evaluation for formative assessment of second language writing: investigating the accuracy and usefulness of feedback as part of argument-based validation
J Ranalli, S Link, E Chukharev-Hudilainen
Educational Psychology 37 (1), 8-25, 2017
702017
The role of automated writing evaluation holistic scores in the ESL classroom
Z Li, S Link, H Ma, H Yang, V Hegelheimer
System 44, 66-78, 2014
622014
Towards Best ESL Practices for Implementing Automated Writing Evaluation.
S Link, A Dursun, K Karakaya, V Hegelheimer
Calico Journal 31 (3), 2014
462014
Effects of DDL technology on genre learning
E Cotos, S Link, SR Huffman
Language Learning & Technology, 2017
442017
Accent, Identity, and a Fear of Loss? ESL Students’ Perspectives
S McCrocklin, S Link
Canadian Modern Language Review 72 (1), 122-148, 2016
422016
Impact of automated writing evaluation on teacher feedback, student revision, and writing improvement
S Link, M Mehrzad, M Rahimi
Computer Assisted Language Learning, 1-30, 2020
292020
Understanding Graduate Writers’ Interaction with and Impact of the Research Writing Tutor during Revision
E Cotos, S Huffman, S Link
Journal of Writing Research 12 (1), 187-232, 2020
262020
Studying disciplinary corpora to teach the craft of Discussion
E Cotos, S Link, SR Huffman
24*
Students’ beliefs about native vs. non-native pronunciation teachers
JM Levis, S Sonsaat, S Link
Native and Non-Native Teachers in English Language Classrooms, 205-238, 2017
172017
Understanding online interaction through learning analytics: Defining a theory-based research agenda
S Link, Z Li
Researching language learner interactions online: From social media to MOOCs …, 2015
162015
Move analysis of the research article genre: Furthering and applying analytic constructs
E Cotos, S Huffman, S Link
Journal of English for Academic Purposes 19 (1), 52-72, 2015
82015
Scaling up Graduate Writing Workshops: From needs assessment to teaching practices.
S Link
Journal of Writing Research 10 (2), 2018
62018
Development and validation of an automated essay scoring engine to assess students’ development across program levels
SM Link
52015
WHAT IS IDENTITY? ELL AND BILINGUALS'VIEWS ON THE ROLE OF ACCENT
S McCrocklin, S Link
PRONUNCIATION IN SECOND LANGUAGE LEARNING AND TEACHING, 137, 2013
42013
Students’ beliefs towards native vs. non-native pronunciation teachers
J Levis, S Sonsaat, S Link
12017
Specialised English: New Directions in ESP and EAP Research and Practice, Ken Hyland, Lillian LC Wong,(Routledge, Taylor & Francis Group, New York (2019), Price $37.56 …
S Link
English for Specific Purposes 60, 1-3, 2020
2020
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