Posts Tagged ‘Isabel Herrando’

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

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…

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Isabel Herrando-Rodrigo and Enrique Lafuente-Millán will present their latest research at Brno Conference on Linguistic Studies in English

Next Thursday and Friday (16th-17th September) the ninth edition of the Brno Conference on Linguistic Studies in English will take place. The event, which will be celebrated online due to the Covid-19 situation, has this year the theme “Patterns and Variation in English Language Discourse”. During the two days, participants will attend numerous communications on…

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InterGedi in CLAVIER 2019

November 28th and 29th were the chosen dates for the Clavier Conference, hosted this time in Pisa, Italy. The motto of the forum was this year ‘Knowledge Dissemination and Multimodal Literacy: Research Perspectives on ESP in a Digital Age’.  InterGedi contributed the second day with a presentation carried out by Isabel Herrando-Rodrigo and Rosa Lorés-Sanz.…

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CLAVIER 2019 – Isabel Herrando-Rodrigo and Rosa Lorés-Sanz about multimodal literacies in ESP learning and teaching

As a way to transfer research results into teaching, and within the landscape of digital communicative practices, Dr Lorés-Sanz and Dr Herrando-Rodrigo presented their pilot experience as an example of a multimodal innovative teaching practice. From their observations and the ethnographically informed research, they concluded that a multimodal approach in ESP settings, –combined with other methodologies,…

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Isabel Herrando-Rodrigo

Isabel Herrando-Rodrigo I am a senior lecturer (PhD) in the Department of English and German Studies at the Universidad de Zaragoza (Spain), where I teach linguistics. My research interests focus on the exploration of Identity in medical RAs and their correspondent popularizations, genre analysis and written academic discourse. The results of my research on the…

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PG Tips Predoctoral Seminar at CARE (Centre of Advanced Research in English)

Dr Isabel Herrando-Rodrigo was invited to participate in a PG Tips Predoctoral Seminar at CARE (Centre of Advanced Research in English), University of Birmingham (UK), March 5, 2019. Herrando-Rodrigo, Isabel: “A research (hi)story of writers’ visibility; from written academic discourse to digital genres (and back to discourse)” This research seminar was addressed to doctoral students…

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Isabel Herrando-Rodrigo was invited to participate at the Jornadas de innovación en filología y Traducción AngloTIC at the Universidad de Valencia (Spain), November 20-21, 2018.

Herrando-Rodrigo, Isabel: “Do genre and context shape writers’ identity in scientific English texts?” <doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.1492567> In these Jornadas de Innovación AngloTIC Isabel’s talk aimed at raising awareness on how variables, such as genre and situational context, shape writers’ identity and self-representation in scientific texts written in English.

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Transferring knowledge within academic and institutional contexts: A focus on new and hybrid digital genres

Herrando-Rodrigo, Isabel: “Who’s talking to me?: The construction of writers’ identity in digital academic genres” Abstract Nowadays Internet has become the platform which everybody resorts to when suffering from a health problem. This urgent need to find out medical information (Herrando-Rodrigo, 2014) has led institutions and mass media publications to craft a new digital genre…

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The CERLIS Conference Knowledge Transfer and Knowledge Exchange in Academia

Herrando-Rodrigo, Isabel, and Plo-Alastrué, Ramón: “An ethnographic approach to digital knowledge transfer genres” Abstract Current quality standards in the academia are raising scholars’ awareness not only of the importance of becoming an active contributor in their specific disciplines but also the urge to increase the overall visibility of their research. These days, research institutions tend…

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