Presentations

AESLA 2022: Pilar Mur-Dueñas explores how researchers use explanatory strategies to diseminate knowledge through project websites

Apr 27, 2022

Pilar Mur-Dueñas attended the 39th AESLA (Asociación Española de Lingüística Aplicada) conference during the days 27th-29th April in the University of Las Palmas de Gran Canaria (Canary Islands), where she presented a paper titled “Recontextualising research results: An analysis of explanatory strategies in project research websites”. In this paper, Mur-Dueñas explores how explanatory or illustrative strategies are used in H2020 research project websites in order to communicate specialised knowledge, analysing these websites from verbal and non-verbal perspectives through the NVivo…

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UPCEL 2022: Pilar Mur-Dueñas explored the challenges of analysing digital scholarly discursive practices in her plenary lecture

Jan 25, 2022

Pilar Mur-Dueñas was invited to give a lecture at the hybrid conference UPCEL 2022 (4th International UCM Predoctoral Conference on English Linguistics), organised by the Universidad Complutense (Madrid) on 24th – 25th January. In her on-site talk, Mur-Dueñas addressed the challenges that arise from analysing digital academic discourse, and how discourse analysts can approach them. She explained that digital practices are undergoing an evolution and becoming more complex, so the need has arisen to adjust and combine methodological frameworks to…

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Daniel Pascual’s presentation at UPCEL 2022 on the use of strategies for dissemination of information through Twitter

Jan 24, 2022

Daniel Pascual delivered a paper at the at the conference UPCEL 2022 (4th International UCM Predoctoral Conference on English Linguistics), which took place during the 24th and 25th of January in the Universidad Complutense de Madrid. In his presentation he analyses the strategies used by academics for disseminating their research through the platform Twitter, and he does this by examining the practices present in the EUROPROtweets ready-made corpus. Thus, Pascual explores the implications that digital discursive practices in Twitter nowadays…

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Clavier2021: Isabel Corona studies mechanisms for multimodal cohesion in homepages of international research projects

Dec 14, 2021
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Enrique Lafuente-Millán offers a multiple analytical perspective on the (dis)similarities of promotion and evaluation in research project and corporate websites

Sep 27, 2021

September 16th and 17th were the dates chosen to hold the 9th edition of the Brno Conference on Linguistic Studies in English. The event, which was hosted online, had this year a special emphasis on patterns and variation in English language discourse. Our InterGedi colleague, Enrique Lafuente-Millán, presented his latest research on the similarities and differences in displaying promotion and evaluation in two objects of study: research project websites and corporate websites. To accomplish his specific objectives, he proposed a…

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Isabel Herrando-Rodrigo co-authors a paper on the dissemination of (dis)information through podcasts with Pedro Satústegui and Noelia Navas

Sep 26, 2021

At the 9th edition of the Brno Conference of Linguistic Studies in English, which was organised at Masaryk University and took place online during the 14th and 15th September, our InterGedi member Isabel Herrando-Rodrigo presented a communication enclosed in the strand “COVID and English Language Discourse” together with Pedro Satústegui and Noelia Navas, colleagues from the Faculty of Health Sciences at Universidad de Zaragoza. Their interdisciplinary communication is titled “Disinformation and COVID in Spain: Disseminating (para)scientific knowledge through podcasts” and here you can check their abstract and a couple of slides extracted from their…

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4/4. LSPPC6 Conference: Silvia Murillo discusses in our panel the usage of terminology in research project websites

Jun 11, 2021

Our colleague Silvia Murillo closed the panel “Analysing Scientific Digital Discourse: The case of research project websites in international contexts” that the InterGedi research group presented at the 6th Asia-Pacific LSP & Professional Communication Association Conference organized by the City University of Hong Kong. In her talk, “An Exploration of the Treatment of Terminology in International Project Websites”, Silvia Murillo analysed the role and relevance of terminology in the various web sections and pages within research project websites. She concluded…

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3/4. InterGedi panel at LSPPC6! Rosa Lorés puts forward the evaluative language of science used on the web!

Jun 10, 2021

As part of a panel entitled “Analysing Scientific Digital Discourse: The case of research project websites in international contexts”, which took place at the 6th Asia-Pacific LSP & Professional Communication Association Conference organized by the City University of Hong Kong, Rosa Lorés delivered a paper entitled “Science on the web: Evaluative language in international research websites”, in which she presented her results on a study of evaluative language in Homepages and About pages of EU Horizon 2020 websites dealing with research…

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2/4. As part of the InterGedi panel at LSPPC6, Daniel Pascual uncovers research projects’ pragmatic strategies to present their Partners

Jun 9, 2021

The pragmatic analysis unveiled a wide range of strategies within three main communicative functions (informational, promotional and interactional) in the Partners sections of the EUROPROwebs digital corpus. These strategies were conceptualised and discussed to comprehend how research projects introduce the institutions and members that make up the consortium of human agents involved in the international investigation. The relevance of strategies to disclose personal and professional details about the researchers were highlighted, as well as the saliency of strategies addressing the…

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1/4. Isabel Corona explores visual-verbal relations in European research websites, as part of the InterGedi panel for the LSPPC6 conference

Jun 7, 2021

As part of a panel entitled “Analysing Scientific Digital Discourse: The case of research project websites in international contexts”, which took place at the 6th Asia-Pacific LSP & Professional Communication Association Conference organized by the City University of Hong Kong, Isabel Corona delivered a paper entitled “Understanding text and image relations in the construction of identity through genre: the case of European research projects’ homepages”, in which she took a multimodal perspective to explore how visibility and dissemination of scientific…

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