UPCEL 2024: Ana E. Sancho-Ortiz approaches knowledge dissemination practices on expert Instagram profiles

Ana E. Sancho-Ortiz presented the current stage of her research at the 5th International UCM Predoctoral Conference on English Linguistics, held at the Universidad Complutense de Madrid on the 23rd-24th January 2024. In her presentation, titled “Knowledge Dissemination on Instagram: Exploring Recontextualization and remediation practices on physiotherapy accounts”, she explained the results of a pilot…

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CMC 2023: Rosa Lorés explores intertextual patterns in science dissemination

Rosa Lorés Sanz participated in CMC-Corpora 2023 (10th International Conference on CMC and Social Media Corpora for the Humanities), which was held 14th-15th September 2023 by the University of Mannheim (Germany) and the Leibniz Institute for the German Language (IDS). In her talk, titled “The recontextualization of expert knowledge: intertextual patterns in digital science dissemination”,…

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CMC 2023: Ana Sancho analyses science dissemination practices on Twitter

Ana E. Sancho-Ortiz presented her paper “Scientific communication on social media: Analysing Twitter for knowledge recontextualisation” at the 10th International Conference on CMC and Social Media Corpora for the Humanities, which was organised by the University of Mannheim (Germany) and the Leibniz Institute for the German Language (IDS). In this conference, which took place on…

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10th Brno Conference on Linguistic Studies in English: Pilar Mur Dueñas’ plenary talk on digital dissemination practices

In her plenary talk, titled  “Scientists’ digital dissemination practices: A look into the recontextualization of specialised knowledge”, Dr Mur-Dueñas shed light into the process of digital scientific dissemination of knowledge exploring some of discursive, communicative phenomena through evolving digital texts, genres and practices. She explained the SciDis approach to recontextualization as a cognitive and discursive…

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AELFE 2023: Isabel Herrando explores genre and discourse practices in explainers

Isabel Herrando participated in the AELFE-LSPPC 2023 (European Association of Languages for Specific Purposes – Asia-Pacific LSP & Professional Communication Association) joint international conference, which was held in Zaragoza the days 28th-30th June 2023.  In her paper, titled “Exploring the genre and discourse practices of web-text explainers”, Isabel analysed 10 explainers from the website The…

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AESLA 2023: Ana Sancho analyses the affordances of scientific tweets in the EFL classroom

Ana Sancho-Ortiz participated in the 40th AESLA (Asociación Española de Lingüística Aplicada) conference, organised in Mérida from 26th to 28th April by the University of Extremadura, where she presented a paper entitled “Scientific tweets in the EFL classroom? Analysing (its) technical affordances and (multimodal) features to teach and learn English”. In her presentation, Sancho-Ortiz explained…

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AESLA 2023: Rosa Lorés explores communicative efforts in the digital dissemination of science

Dr. Rosa Lorés presented her paper “Bridging knowledge asymmetries: Communicative efforts in the digital dissemination of science” at the 40th AESLA (Asociación Española de Lingüística Aplicada) conference, hosted by the University of Extremadura on April 26th to 28th. In her presentation, she focused on the communicative efforts found in research digests at three dimensions (comprehensibility…

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AESLA 2023: Silvia Murillo explores reformulation through emojis in Twitter

Dr. Silvia Murillo was a presenter at the 40th AESLA (Asociación Española de Lingüística Aplicada) conference, organised by the University of Extremadura from 26th to 28th April 2023. In her paper, she explored the reformulation processes performed by emoji in the Twitter accounts from international research projects (from the Horizon 2020 programme). For this, Murillo…

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