Posts Tagged ‘Rosa Lorés’

InterGedi in CLAVIER 2019

28th-29th November 2019. At the end of November, InterGedi participated at 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’.  We contributed the second day with a presentation carried out by Isabel Herrando-Rodrigo and…

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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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Rosa Lorés

Rosa Lorés Sanz I am a full professor in the Department of English and German Studies at the Faculty of Arts, Universidad de Zaragoza (Spain). My research has mainly focused on the exploration of discursive and lexicogrammatical features in written academic genres from the standpoint of intercultural rhetoric and the use of English as a…

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14th ESSE 2018: Transferring knowledge within academic and institutional contexts: A focus on new and hybrid digital genres

Rosa Lorés-Sanz (InterGedi) and Giuliana Diani (Università di Modena e Reggio Emilia, Italia) organized the Seminar “Transferring knowledge within academic and institutional contexts: A focus on new and hybrid digital genres” at the 14th ESSE Conference, which took place in Masaryk University (Brno, Czech Republic), August 29-September 2, 2018. In this Seminar, two other members…

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CERLIS 2018: Rosa Lorés. Knowledge Transfer and Knowledge Exchange in Academia

Lorés-Sanz, Rosa: “Digital spaces of knowledge dissemination and visibility: Promotional discourse in European research projects websites” Abstract Professional and discursive practices within Academia are undergoing a deep process of evolution and change due basically to two phenomena which feed each other: the academics’ increasing demands and pressures to gain visibility for their research and the…

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CLAVIER 2017: Representing and Redefining Specialised Knowledge

Lorés-Sanz, Rosa: “International online conference announcements. A generic and an intercultural approach” Abstract International academic interaction is nowadays mainly taking place on digital platforms. This is the case, for instance, with conference announcements, which are disseminated internationally through distribution lists. Online conference announcements, as discourse phenomena (Thurlow and Mroczek 2011), are sites for academic interaction…

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