Mr Richard Warner
My background is in Applied Linguistics and I have taught Academic English at both the University of Edinburgh (1999-1992) and the University of Adelaide (1993-present). My major roles in the School of Education are to enable master's student academic development through teaching into research processes and communication courses. In addition, I coordinated and taught in the Introductory Academic Program (IAP) for AusAID international students from 2006-2016. I also lectured in the Integrated Bridging Program (IBP) for postgraduate research students from its inception in 1994 until 2015. Currently I am also involved in an ongoing consulting capacity, co-chairing the committee (PAC) which oversees the Pre-Enrolment English Program (PEP) offered by Professional and Continuing Education at the University.
My specific research interests include:
-Cultural dimensions of academic writing, particularly in relation to plagiarism and feedback.
-Development of lifelong learning through reflective practice.
-Pedagogical approaches to student diversity, focussing on transcultural reflective practices.
-Relevance of postgraduate research skills courses to thesis outcomes
-Curriculum innovation, design and renewal, including new technologies.
-Role of pathway programs for English as an Additional Language (EAL) students in enhancing their future success.
|1989 - 1990||University of Edinburgh||Scotland||Graduate Diploma in Applied Linguistics|
|1989 - 1990||University of Edinburgh||Scotland||MSc in Applied Linguistics|
|1982 - 1985||University of the West of England (UWE)||England||B.A.(Hons) in Social Sciences,|
|2011 - 2011||Graduate Certificate in Higher Education,||University of Adelaide||Australia|
|1986||RSA Cert. (TEFL) Cambridge||Royal Society of Arts||England|
|2015||Warner, R. & Miller, J. (2015). Cultural dimensions of feedback at an Australian university: a study of international students with English as an additional language. Higher Education Research and Development, 34, 2, 420-435.
|2013||Warner, R. & Picard, M. (2013). ALL academics facilitating articulated learning for English as an additional language students. Issues in Educational Research, 23, 1, 83-96.|
|2009||Warner, R. (2009). Doing it the Wimba way - an initial evaluation of a voice tool for learning. Ergo, 1, 2, 59-72.|
|1999||Warner, R. (1999). Plagiarism: An LBOTE Perspective. TESOL in Context, 9, 2, 24-29.|
|2015||Warner, R. & Enomoto, K. (2015). Embedding research skills in the curriculum design of a pathway programme for international students. In C. Guerin, P. Bartholomew & C. Nygaard (Eds.), Learning to Research - Researching to Learn (pp. 19-38). Faringdon, Oxfordshire, England: Libri Publishing.|
|2014||Enomoto, K. & Warner, R. (2014). Promoting student reflection through considerate design of a virtual learning space. In L. Scott-Webber, J. Branch, P. Bartholomew & C. Nygaard (Eds.), Learning space design in higher education (pp. 127-150). Oxfordshire, England: Libri Publishing.|
|2013||Enomoto, K. & Warner, R. (2013). Building student capacity for reflective learning. In C. Nygaard, J. Branch & C. Holtham (Eds.), Learning in higher education: contemporary standpoints (pp. 183-201). United Kingdom: Libri Publishing.|
|2011||Picard, M., Warner, R. & Velautham, L. (2011). Enabling postgraduate students to become autonomous ethnographers of their disciplines. In C. Nygaard, N. Courtney & L. Frick (Eds.), Postgraduate Education: Form and Function (pp. 149-166). United Kingdom: Libri Publishing.|
|2011||Warner, R. (2011). Giving feedback on assignment writing to international students - the integration of voice and writing tools. In W. M. Chan, K. N. Chin, M. Nagami & T. Suthiwan (Eds.), Media in Foreign Language Teaching and Learning (pp. 355-381). Singapore: Walter de Gruyter GmbH.|
|2012||Enomoto, K. & Warner, R. (2012). Going beyond academic English: A targeted program to develop EAL student autonomy at an Australian University. Annual Conference of the Kyushu Academic Society of English Language Education (KASELE). Japan.|
|2010||Warner, R. (2010). It's all Greek to me! 'Learning guides' as pathways to academic literacy for international students at the University of Adelaide, Australia. ESP/EAP Conference. Kavala, Greece.|
|2009||Velliaris, D. & Warner, R. (2009). Embedding Learning Guides in a flexible delivery model: A pilot study to improve international students' academic acculturation at an Australian university. ISANA International Education Association. Canberra.|
|2000||Cadman, K., Adams, K., Cargill, M., Munday, K., Warner, R. & Yong, E. (2000). Critical perspectives on ESL in the tertiary sector: Workshopping the views of TESOL lecturers. National Language and Academic Skills Conference. G. Crosling, T. Moore & S. Vance (Eds.) Monash University, Australia.|
|2010||Warner, R., (2010). Report on Introductory Academic Program (IAP): Semester 2, 2010, University of Adelaide,|
|2012 - ongoing||University of Adelaide||Professional and Continuing Education- English Language Centre||School or college||Australia|