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Centre for Foreign Language Study

Staff

Mrs Christine Bohlander - all publications

Conference papers

  • Bohlander, Christine & Tual, David (2013), Collaborative online tools, AULC (Association of University Language Centres) Annual National Conference. Durham University.
  • Bohlander, Christine & Tual, David (2013), Web 2.0 Tools in Practice: Creating and Contributing to Communities of Learners and Teachers,, Foreign Languages Creating Learning Communities,. Tallinn University, Estonia.
  • Bohlander, Christine & Tual, David (2012), Developing and Delivering Languages for Research Courses, Bridging the Language Divide – Briefing and Best Practice Event. Newcastle University, England.
  • Bohlander, Christine , Lenzo, Giuseppe, Ogden Mark & Watts, Mike (2011), Developing reading skills for the postgraduate community: a training workshop for language teachers, AHRC workshop. Newcastle University, England.
  • Bohlander, Christine , Ogden, Mark & Tual, David (2011), Enhancing PG students’ foreign language reading skills for research by way of online modules, Innovative teaching and learning at university, Enhancing the learning experience of Modern Languages students. Newcastle University, England.
  • Bohlander, Christine & Tual, David (2011), Supporting language learning outside the classroo, LLAS workshop. Durham University.
  • Bohlander, Christine & Tual, David (2011), The use of blogs for corrective feedback on formative work, Innovative teaching and learning at university, Enhancing the learning experience of Modern Languages students. Newcastle University, England.
  • Bohlander, Christine (2010), Blog-Feedback-Projekt, Kreatives und Akademisches Schreiben. Cumberland Lodge, Great Windsor Park, London.
  • Bohlander, Christine, Ogden, Mark & Tual, David (2010), Developing students' skills through online resources, LLAS conference: Supporting students' learning outside the classroom: promoting independence and autonomy in LLAS disciplines. Leeds.
  • Bohlander, Christine & Tual, David (2010), The use of blogs and on-line mind maps as effective tools for feedback and peer learning, Foreign Language Instructional Technology: Theory and Practice. University of Cyprus, Cyprus.