Journal of Academic Writing

Journal of Academic Writing

The Journal of Academic Writing is an international, peer-reviewed journal that focuses on the teaching, tutoring, researching, administration and development of academic writing in higher education in Europe.

Published by the European Association for the Teaching of Academic Writing (EATAW), the Journal of Academic Writing is relevant to teachers, scholars, and program managers across disciplines and across the world who are interested in conducting, debating and learning from research into best practices in the teaching of writing.

Vol 5, No 1 (2015)

Table of Contents


Editorial and Production Credits (Vol. 5 No. 1 Spring 2015) PDF
Journal of Academic Writing i
Editorial: EATAW 2013: Teaching Writing across Languages and Cultures - The Wealth of Diversity in European Contexts PDF
John Harbord, Magnus Gustafsson ii-iv


An International Discourse Community, an Internationalist Perspective: Reading EATAW Conference Programs, 2001-2011 PDF
Judith Kearns, Brian Turner 1-16
Resource-focused Research for Multilingual Competence in Scientific Writing PDF
Melanie Brinkschulte, Monica-Elena Stoian, Ellen Borges 17-28
Developing a German-English Dictionary of the Common Language of Academia PDF
Markus Rheindorf, Birgit Huemer 29-41
Scaffolding Strategies: Enhancing L2 Students’ Participation in Discussions about Academic Texts PDF
Maria Eklund Heinonen, Ingrid Lennartson-Hokkanen 42-51
An Analysis of the Citation Practices of Undergraduate Spanish Students PDF
María José Luzón 52-64
Peer Tutoring in Academic Writing with Non-Native Writers in a German Writing Center – Results of an Empirical Study PDF
Anja Voigt, Katrin Girgensohn 65-73
Writing at Portuguese Universities: Students’ Perceptions and Practices PDF
Luís Filipe Barbeiro, Luísa Álvares Pereira, José Brandão Carvalho 74-85
Peer Feedback in Disciplinary Writing for Publication in English: The Case of ‘Rolli’, a German-L1 Novice Scholar PDF
Thomas Armstrong 86-105
Labeling Discourse to Build Academic Persona PDF
Geneviève Bordet 106-118
Educational Genres in Eastern Europe: A Comparison of the Genres in the Humanities Departments of three Countries of Three Different Universities in Three Different Countries PDF
Mira Bekar, Claudia I. Doroholschi, Otto Kruse, Tatyana Yakhontova 119-132
Research Article Titles and Disciplinary Conventions: A Corpus Study of Eight Disciplines PDF
Robin L. Nagano 133-144
Increasing Student Responsibility in Revision Efforts: Redefining and Restructuring Peer Response with the Millennial Generation PDF
Crystal Bickford 145-156
Intensive Reflection in Teacher Training: What is it Good For? PDF
Estela Ene, Cassidy Riddlebarger 157-167

ISSN: 2225-8973