EATAW2019: THE 2019 CONFERENCE FOR THE EUROPEAN ASSOCIATION FOR THE TEACHING OF ACADEMIC WRITING
PROGRAM

Days: Monday, July 1st Tuesday, July 2nd Wednesday, July 3rd Thursday, July 4th

Monday, July 1st

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13:30-17:30 Session 1B: COST 15221 Pre-conference workshop
Location: Seminar room 1
13:30
COST ACTION 15221 We Re La Te - Case study workshop (abstract)
Tuesday, July 2nd

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09:30-10:30 Session 5: Keynote 1
Location: Student Union
09:30
Technological Gains and Losses: A Heuristic Approach to Analyzing Affordances for Classroom Instruction and Support for Writing (abstract)
10:30-11:00Coffee Break
12:00-13:30Lunch
13:30-15:00 Session 7A: COST 15221 Symposium

Symposium

Location: SBL400
13:30
A cross-national view on the organisational perspective of writing centre work: the Writing Centre Exchange Project (WCEP) (abstract)
13:30-15:00 Session 7B: Academic Writing and Identity

Workshop

 

Location: SBL415
13:30
Identity across Languages and Communities: A Workshop (abstract)
13:30-15:00 Session 7C: Writing Development and Disciplinary Learning

Teaching practice

Location: SBL200
13:30
Talking Across Boundaries: Professor Interview Assignment (abstract)
13:50
Discipline-specific writing vs. generic writing skills: Two complementary or competing approaches? (abstract)
14:10
Adapting to a New Disciplinary Discourse: A Case Study of MA History Students (abstract)
14:30
From Free Writing to Free Association: Writing Studies and Psychoanalysis (abstract)
13:30-15:00 Session 7D: Writing Development and Disciplinary Learning

Paper presentations

Location: SBL208
13:30
Mediating Student Responses to Exploratory Exercises in a Preparatory Course for the Degree Project Essay (abstract)
14:00
Writing a Master’s Thesis: Challenges and Coping Strategies (abstract)
14:30
Controlling or guiding? About the influence of supervision models and supervision types on the acquisition of master students’ research literacy. (abstract)
13:30-15:00 Session 7E: Academic Writing and Identity

Paper presentations

Location: SBL216
13:30
Higher degree academic writing and intersecting identities (abstract)
14:00
Dyslexia and Academic writing Development: An Academic Literacies Perspective (abstract)
14:30
The study places of essay writing: exploring student writing in relation to place (abstract)
13:30-15:00 Session 7F: Academic Writing Across and Beyond Disciplinary Audiences

Paper presentations

Location: SBL308
13:30
How can meta-cognition contribute to the development of high standards of academic writing and discerning educators? (abstract)
14:00
I know; I see; I think; I conclude: Weaving theory with concrete knowledge in analytical argumentative writing (abstract)
13:30-15:00 Session 7G: Academic Writing and Identity

Paper presentations

Location: SBL316
13:30
EFL students’ emotional responses to teacher written feedback and its effects on their success of revisions (abstract)
14:00
Feedback giving in a cross-disciplinary writing group: learning in interaction (abstract)
14:30
Affective Language in Peer and Instructor Feedback on an ESL Academic Writing Course (abstract)
13:30-15:00 Session 7H: Digital Genres in Academic Settings

Workshop

Location: SBL408
13:30
From Alphabetical to Multimodal: Pedagogies that Support Transfer of Writing Strategies Across Platforms, Disciplines and Communication Forms. (abstract)
13:30-15:00 Session 7I: Academic Writing as Intercultural Communication

Teaching practice

Location: SBL300
13:30
Toward Translingual Pedagogical Practices: A Case Study of Leuphana University’s Schreibzentrum / Writing Center (abstract)
13:50
What Does the Thesis Statement Have to Do with the Union Jack? Teaching Argumentative Writing Through Cultural Context (abstract)
14:10
Writing across cultures (abstract)
14:30
A Teacher-TA-Student Trinity for Large Sized Classes: Role-playing for Intercultural Communication in an Undergraduate Writing Course (abstract)
15:00-15:30Coffee Break
15:30-17:00 Session 8A: Writing Development and Disciplinary Learning

Symposium

Location: SBL400
15:30
Thinking With the Computer: How Do New Writing Tools Influence Higher-order Cognition? (abstract)
15:30-17:00 Session 8B: Academic Writing Across and Beyond Disciplinary Audiences

Workshop

Location: SBL415
15:30
Research Meets the Undergraduate: Negotiating the Intersection of Writing, Researching, and the Classroom (abstract)
15:30-17:00 Session 8C: Academic Writing and Identity

Paper presentations

Location: SBL200
15:30
Articulating a creative process of identity formation through critical engagement and reflection (abstract)
15:50
Writing Development, Disciplinary Learning, and Identity (abstract)
16:10
Shaping professional identity through Academic Writing (abstract)
16:30
Becoming what you read: Selecting texts that foster the development of student identity in academic writing (abstract)
15:30-17:00 Session 8D: Writing Development and Disciplinary Learning

Paper presentations

Chair:
Location: SBL208
15:30
English for Specific Playfulness? How doctoral students find fun in the development of genre knowledge, authorial voice, and genre innovation (abstract)
16:00
A process model to describe the peer feedback process within doctorate students' writing groups (abstract)
16:30
Designing micro-tutorials on academic writing for enhanced subject integration (abstract)
15:30-17:00 Session 8E: Academic Writing as Intercultural Communication

Paper presentations

Location: SBL216
15:30
Curriculum and "Terroir" at a Transnational Campus (abstract)
16:00
Feedback and feedforward practice on L2 English thesis statements: a socio-cultural analysis of EFL writing instruction in Norway (abstract)
16:30
The Diverse Language Classroom: Analysing the academic skills of Adult Third Culture Kids (ATCKs) (abstract)
15:30-17:00 Session 8F: Academic Writing and Identity

Paper presentations

Chair:
Location: SBL308
15:30
The Impact of Publishing in an Undergraduate Research Journal on the Development of Students’ Authorial Voice (abstract)
16:00
‘Who is the ‘me’ in academic writing?’ Authorial uncertainty in the internet age (abstract)
16:30
Academic Writing Development: Forming an ‘ academic writing in higher education habitus’: (abstract)
15:30-17:00 Session 8G: Academic Writing Across and Beyond Disciplinary Genres

Paper presentations

Location: SBL316
15:30
Cross-Disciplinary Academic Genre Research: a corpus-based methodological model (abstract)
16:00
Migrants of the University: Traversing Disciplinary Boundaries in First Year Writing (abstract)
16:30
Flexibility, adaptability and coordination: Negotiating multiple identities during a first year team-based academic writing assessment for clinical practice students. (abstract)
15:30-17:00 Session 8H: Digital Genres in Academic Settings

Workshop

Location: SBL408
15:30
Ask Your Peer - Creating a digital, self regulated, peer feedback environment (abstract)
15:30-17:00 Session 8I: Writing Development and Disciplinary Learning

Teaching practice

Location: SBL300
15:30
Bringing the writing in the disciplines – Practical examples from a joint project at German universities (abstract)
15:50
Writing development and disciplinary learning for business lawyers – A teaching example of a German University of Applied Sciences (abstract)
16:10
Talking about writing – designing and establishing writing feedback and tutorials to promote student engagement and learning (abstract)
16:30
The ‘Boost’ Writing Pilot: a WID Trojan Horse (abstract)
Wednesday, July 3rd

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09:00-10:30 Session 11B: Academic Writing and Identity

Workshop

Location: SBL415
09:00
Writing Differently: A Syllabus in Ninety Minutes (abstract)
09:00-10:30 Session 11C: Academic Writing Across and Beyond Disciplinary Audiences

Teaching practice

Location: SBL200
09:00
“I pictured my little sister when writing” – Teacher and Student Experiences with Writing for Different Audiences in a Television Studies Seminar (abstract)
09:20
Fostering Multilingual Academic Writing Skills in Interdisciplinary EMI Degree Programs: Life Sciences and Social Sciences (abstract)
09:40
Research questions for papers in HE – why are they so hard to for students to write and for HE teachers to teach? (abstract)
10:00
The art of teaching technical writing: how to tailor a technical report to a wide audience (abstract)
09:00-10:30 Session 11D: Writing Development and Disciplinary Learning

Paper presentations

Location: SBL208
09:00
The Oral-Literate Connection in Statistics (abstract)
09:30
What do written assignments mean for school teachers in a Master of Education programme? (abstract)
10:00
A contemporary review of writing in a Business School (abstract)
09:00-10:30 Session 11E: Academic Writing and Identity

Paper presentations

Location: SBL216
09:00
Becoming a Master’s thesis writer: Authorial identity, autonomy, and impossible choices (abstract)
09:30
How we became researchers: An investigation into the process of writing a doctoral dissertation proposal (abstract)
09:00-10:30 Session 11F: Academic Writing and Identity

Paper presentations

Location: SBL308
09:00
Writing-to-belong: Intersections between inclusivity and academic writing in higher education. (abstract)
09:30
Finding a voice: Identity, agency and criticality in academic writing (abstract)
10:00
Fostering Academic Writers’ Plurilingual Voices (abstract)
09:00-10:30 Session 11G: Academic Writing as Intercultural Communication

Paper presentations

Location: SBL316
09:00
Science in exile: Challenges faced by Syrian academics publishing in EAL (abstract)
09:30
Writing encounters within the EU’s Erasmus+ student exchange program: challenges, solutions and implications (abstract)
10:00
Cross-linguistic Textual Borrowing Behavior in Chinese L2 Students' Academic Writing (abstract)
09:00-10:30 Session 11H: Academic Writing Across and Beyond Disiciplinary Audiences

Workshop

Location: SBL408
09:00
Disciplining academic writing: A meta-analysis of Journal of Academic Writing (abstract)
09:00-10:30 Session 11I: Digital Genres in Academic Settings

Teaching practice

Location: SBL300
09:00
Digital Genres in Collaborative Blended Learning – A Teaching Practice Example (abstract)
09:20
Promoting engineering students’ role as communicators (abstract)
09:40
Working on academic writing tasks in digital forums (abstract)
10:00
Data Literacy and Academic Writing (abstract)
10:30-11:00Coffee Break
11:00-12:00 Session 12: Keynote 2
Location: Student Union
11:00
Students’ research writing: Why, When and How (abstract)
12:00-13:30Lunch Break
13:30-15:00 Session 13A: Writing Development and Disciplinary Learning

Roundtable

Location: SBL400
13:30
Supporting Postgraduate Writers as They Construct and Negotiate Scholarly Identities (abstract)
13:30-15:00 Session 13B: Academic Writing Across and Beyond Disciplinary Audiences

Workshop

Chair:
Location: SBL415
13:30
But I’m Not Creative! Using Academic Writing to Bust the Creativity Myth (abstract)
13:30-15:00 Session 13C: Academic Writing Across and Beyond Disciplinary Audiences

Teaching practice

Location: SBL200
13:30
“The course was not only for the semester but also for life”: Scaffolding summary writing across academic disciplines (abstract)
13:50
NAVIGATING THROUGH ACADEMIC WRITING GENRES (abstract)
14:10
Russian Academics’ Challenges: Results of a Diagnostic Module (abstract)
13:30-15:00 Session 13D: The Hybridization of Writing Genres

Paper presentations

Location: SBL208
13:30
The Poster as Fusing Theory and Practice in Art and Design Education: Exhibiting an Occluded Genre (abstract)
14:00
Writing a dissertation at the intersection of academic and professional contexts (abstract)
14:30
Intertextuality in History dissertations written in Spanish: a diachronic account of disciplinary professionalization (1930-1990) (abstract)
13:30-15:00 Session 13E: Academic Writing and Identity

Paper presentations

Location: SBL216
13:30
Non-cheater or taking part in the disciplinary dialogue? The impact of plagiarism software on the development of students' authorial identity  (abstract)
14:00
Humour, quirky knowledge, accessibility and advocacy: Uncovering possibilities and opportunities for agency in undergraduate student writing (abstract)
14:30
Evaluative resources in the construction of undergraduate students voice (abstract)
13:30-15:00 Session 13F: Digital Genres in Academic Settings

Paper presentations

Location: SBL308
13:30
Digital individual support for writing skills across the disciplines (abstract)
14:00
Digitalisation without writing? Designing writing support services at a Norwegian University (abstract)
14:30
Digital tools and the academic essay: an analysis of student digital strategies while writing (abstract)
13:30-15:00 Session 13G: Academic Writing and Identity

Paper presentations

Location: SBL316
13:30
”We don’t talk so much about writing, even though it’s what we do all the time”. How structured writing retreats and writing groups may support academic writers in (re-) connecting with their writer identity. (abstract)
14:00
Enabling scholarly identity formation through doctoral writing retreats (abstract)
14:30
Writing circles and retreats as tools for enhancing student’s writing: ‘Will there be a writing circle soon? They’ve really helped with my grades’ (abstract)
13:30-15:00 Session 13H: Academic Writing as Intercultural Communication

Workshop

Location: SBL408
13:30
So My Old English Teacher Was Wrong?: Adapting Cultures to New Ways to Write (abstract)
13:30-15:00 Session 13I: Writing Development and Disciplinary Learning

Teaching practice

Location: SBL300
13:30
Visualisation tasks and tools in academic writing pedagogy (abstract)
13:50
PostIT-bonanza: A visual organizer to teach structure in academic writing (abstract)
14:10
At the Intersection of Old and New Technology: Using Commonplace Books to Teach Academic Writing (abstract)
14:30
Text Trainer as a strategy for improving students’ writing development and disciplinary learning (abstract)
13:30-15:00 Session 13J: Writing Development and Disciplinary Learning

Symposium

Location: SB-H3
13:30
W.R.I.T.E. – Writing and Reading Intersections in Teacher Education (abstract)
15:00-16:00 Session 14: Poster session and coffee break

Poster session and coffee break

Location: SB poster area
15:00
Bottom-up vs top-down: Refining the methodology for Compiling an Academic Phrasebank (abstract)
15:00
Evaluating a University of the West Indies 'General' Academic Literacies Course (abstract)
15:00
Ideal academic genre map (abstract)
15:00
Local disciplinary university cultures’ norms and expectations on their PhD students’ identity constructions: Where do they intersect and where do they disperse? (abstract)
15:00
Students ‘perceptions of their achievements in a course on academic writing is a Portuguese University (abstract)
15:00
Academic Writing in an Engineering Context - Towards Engineering Proficiency (abstract)
15:00
Blending the Styles: Exploring Students’ Views on the Merging of the Creative with the Academic (abstract)
15:00
Towards building a systematic support of academic writing and publication practice: Phd students in engineering and their supervisors (abstract)
15:00
Science essay as a tool to teach research writing skills beyond the classroom (abstract)
15:00
Emailing in digital academic writing context –formal (still) or not (any more) (abstract)
15:00
Writing in Physics (abstract)
16:00-17:00 Session 15A: Writing Development and Disciplinary Learning

Roundtable

Location: SBL400
16:00
The Doctorate in Pieces? A Roundtable Conversation about Article-Based Dissertations in the Humanities, Social Sciences, and Professional Fields (abstract)
16:00-17:00 Session 15B: Writing Development and Disciplinary Learning

Paper presentations

 

Location: SBL415
16:00
Enhancing coherence in L2 university students’ writing: Patterning and realisations of thematic structure (abstract)
16:30
Evaluative aspects of academic writing in relation to genre and discipline: a functional analysis (abstract)
16:00-17:00 Session 15C: Writing Development and Disciplinary Learning

Roundtable

Location: SBL200
16:00
Caring for quality in writing pedagogy in higher education – impressions from Germany (abstract)
16:00-17:00 Session 15D: The Hybridization of Genres

Paper presentations

Location: SBL208
16:00
Place and role of theoretical resources in prospective teachers' reflective texts (abstract)
16:30
Hybridized genres in Master’s programmes in Education: Linking academia and the professional world (abstract)
16:00-17:00 Session 15E: Academic Writing Across and Beyond Disciplinary Audiences

Paper presentations

Location: SBL216
16:00
"A reviewer may use insulting words but the editor should not send them to the author”: Publishing stories in Engineering with happy endings (abstract)
16:30
The anonymous peer review: Genre and pedagogical perspectives (abstract)
16:00-17:00 Session 15F: Writing Development and Disciplinary Learning

Paper presentation

Location: SBL308
16:00
Discourses of disciplinary writing in course regulations (abstract)
16:30
Writing in the disciplines in the humanities at the University of Southern Denmark (abstract)
16:00-17:00 Session 15G: Digital Genres in Academic Settings

Roundtable

 

Chair:
Location: SBL316
16:00
Knowledge exchange on the challenges of teaching online writing (abstract)
16:00-17:00 Session 15H: Academic Writing Across and Beyond Disciplinary Audiences

Roundtable

Location: SBL408
16:00
The Writing Center Director Alumni Research Project: Re-shaping Professional Identities (abstract)
16:00-17:00 Session 15I: Academic Writing and Identity

Presentations

Location: SBL300
16:00
Teaching the Study Abroad Blog: Reflective Practices to Challenge Representations of Privilege (abstract)
16:20
Thrown in at the Deep End – Initial Peer-Tutor Education and Supervision at the University of Vienna (abstract)
16:00-17:00 Session 15J: Hot button: Writing Development and Disciplinary Learning

Roundtable

Location: SB-H3
16:00
What are the challenges of L2 and academic writing development? (abstract)
Thursday, July 4th

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09:30-10:30 Session 17: Keynote 3
Location: Student Union
09:30
ROADMAPPING as a (re)framing tool for academic writing in English medium education in multilingual universities (abstract)
10:30-11:00Coffee Break
11:00-12:00 Session 18A: Academic Writing and Identity

Roundtable

Location: SBL400
11:00
Interrogating Americentric Bias in Translingual Scholarship (abstract)
11:00-12:00 Session 18B: The Hybridization of Genres

Roundtable

Location: SBL415
11:00
Teaching a Moving Target: Rethinking Genre & Transfer For the Digital Age (abstract)
11:00-12:00 Session 18C: Academic Writing Across and Beyond Disciplinary Audiences

Roundtable

Location: SBL200
11:00
Disciplinary Ontologies and the Situating of Writing as a Boundary Object (abstract)
11:30
Ph.D. students’ experience of anxiety when writing for audiences within and beyond their discipline (abstract)
11:00-12:00 Session 18D: Academic Writing as Intercultural Communication

Paper presentations

Location: SBL208
11:00
Perspectives and Cultural Influences on Plagiarism: A Discussion (abstract)
11:00-12:00 Session 18E: Writing Development and Disciplinary Learning

Roundtable

Location: SBL216
11:00
Addressing Genre Across the Curriculum: Writing Center and WAC Program Collaboration (abstract)
11:00-12:00 Session 18F: Academic Writing and Identity

Paper presentations

Location: SBL308
11:00
Moments of intersection, rupture, tension: writing and teaching academic disciplines in the semiperiphery (abstract)
11:30
Writing Processes, Writing Strategies, Writing Situations: A new Model (abstract)
11:00-12:00 Session 18G: Academic Writing as Intercultural Communication

Teaching practice

Location: SBL316
11:00
The Effective Learning Adviser as Multicultural and Cross-Disciplinary Communicator (abstract)
11:20
Academic Writing as Intercultural Communication: Curricular Compromise or Organic Blending? (abstract)
11:00-12:00 Session 18H: Academic Writing Beyond and Across Disciplinary Audiences

Roundtable

Location: SBL408
11:00
Finding new homes for university writing support (abstract)
11:00-12:00 Session 18I: Hot button: Digital Genres in Academic Settings

Roundtable

Location: SBL300
11:00
Digitization of Writing – Do we really understand how much writing is changing? And do we react properly to the challenges, digitization poses on teaching and research? (abstract)
12:00-13:30Lunch Break
13:30-14:30 Session 19C: Academic Writing Across and Beyond Disciplinary Audiences

Paper presentations

Location: SBL208
13:30
Writing training program for specialists in academic writing in Spanish Secondary School subjects (abstract)
14:00
The Matura Exams in Poland and Macedonia: Designing National Writing Assessment in the Era of Interculturality (abstract)
13:30-14:30 Session 19D: Academic Writing as Intercultural Communication

Roundtable

Location: SBL216
13:30
Translingualism in Composition Classrooms: Pedagogical Successes and Critical Cautions (abstract)
13:30-14:30 Session 19E: Writing Development and Disciplinary Learning

Teaching practice

Location: SBL308
13:30
Exploring disciplinary writing strategies with secondary pre-service subject specialists (abstract)
13:50
Apprenticing future economists through collaborative writing projects (abstract)
13:30-14:30 Session 19F: The Hybridization of Genres

Teaching practice

Location: SBL316
13:30
Exploring what it Means to be Human in our Digital Culture Through a Visual Autoethnographic Case Study (abstract)
13:50
Developing skills of hypertextual communication as a new form of literacy (abstract)
13:30-14:30 Session 19G: The Hybridization of Genres

Roundtable

Location: SBL408
13:30
Digitalization and the Writing Classroom: A Dialogue about Current Research and Best Practices (abstract)
13:30-14:30 Session 19H: Hot button: Writing Development and Disciplinary Learning

Roundtable

Location: SBL300
13:30
Portfolio Approaches to academic writing - how can we make it work? (abstract)
15:30-16:00Coffee Break