Stephanie Link
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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
872015
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
832016
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
442017
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
402014
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
362017
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
332015
Towards Best ESL Practices for Implementing Automated Writing Evaluation.
S Link, A Dursun, K Karakaya, V Hegelheimer
Calico Journal 31 (3), 2014
272014
Accent, Identity, and a Fear of Loss? ESL Students’ Perspectives
S McCrocklin, S Link
Canadian Modern Language Review 72 (1), 122-148, 2016
202016
Effects of DDL technology on genre learning
E Cotos, S Link, SR Huffman
Language Learning & Technology, 2017
192017
Studying disciplinary corpora to teach the craft of Discussion
E Cotos, S Link, SR Huffman
13*
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
102015
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
92017
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
62015
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
42020
Scaling up Graduate Writing Workshops: From needs assessment to teaching practices.
S Link
Journal of Writing Research 10 (2), 2018
42018
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
22013
Students’ beliefs towards native vs. non-native pronunciation teachers
J Levis, S Sonsaat, S Link
12017
Development and validation of an automated essay scoring engine to assess students’ development across program levels
SM Link
12015
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
Calling on all AAAL members: Open forum to discuss future directions for Online Education and Outreach
C Fuchs, M Amory, S Link, S Skalicky
2020 conference of the American Association for Applied Linguistics (AAAL), 2020
2020
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