Posts Tagged ‘Isabel Herrando’

14th ESSE 2018: 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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CERLIS 2018: Isabel Herrando-Rodrigo and Ramón Plo. 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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36th AESLA 2018: Conference Applied Linguistics and Knowledge Transfer: Employability, Internationalization and Social Challenges

Plo-Alastrué, Ramón, and Herrando-Rodrigo, Isabel: “Disseminating academic knowledge through digital interactive genres: Are Spanish scholars meeting this social challenge?” Abstract Researchers are nowadays encouraged to meet certain social challenges, posed for instance by H2020, in order to increase their reputation, visibility and, eventually, funding. To be internationally competitive, calls favour research projects that disseminate and…

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1st CAAD 2017: International Conference Corpus Analysis in Academic Discourse

Herrando-Rodrigo, Isabel: “Authors’ visibility in medical discourse: is there a single framework of corpus analysis to fit it all?” Abstract This study aims to contribute to the concept of writer’s visibility inspired by approaches to the analysis of identity in written discourse such as those taken by Ivanič (1998), Charles (1999) or John (2005), among…

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IX CILC 2017: International Conference on Corpus Linguistics

Herrando-Rodrigo, Isabel: “Academic and knowledge dissemination genres analysed from the standpoint of interpersonality: research articles and their electronic dissemination adaptations” Abstract This paper studies the applicability of interpersonal metadiscourse (IM) as a framework and the subsequent limitations it poses. My contribution will focus on the implementation of a cline of writers’ visibility in a corpus…

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