Publications

2019 Publications

Grant, T. and Archer, A. 2019. Multimodal mapping: using mind maps to negotiate emerging professional communication practices and identity. South African Journal of Higher Education. 33, 1. 74 – 91. (SA DoE)

Simpson, Z. and Archer, A. 2019. Semiotic Technologies as socially situated resources for disciplinary practices. Social Semiotics. 29, 4. 524 – 542. https://doi.org/10.1080/10350330.2018.1487263. (ISI, IBSS and Scopus)

2017-2018 Publications

Archer, A. 2018. Academic voice re-imag(in)ed: Interest and design in artwork and three dimensional artefacts. Multimodal Communication.  https://doi.org/10.1515/mc-2017-0016

Archer, A. 2017. Using multimodal pedagogies in writing centres to improve student writing. Stellenbosch Papers in Linguistics Plus. 53, 1 – 12. DOI:10.5842/53-0-730

Griesel, G. and Price, C. 2017. Using Tablets to Enhance the Teaching and Learning Environment in Landscape Architecture: A Pilot Study. Interaction Design and Architecture(s) Journal. 43, pp. 43-60.

Huang, C-W. and Archer, A. 2017. Academic literacies as moving beyond writing: investigating multimodal approaches to academic argumentLondon Review of Education. 15, 1. 63 – 72.

Huang, C-W. and Archer, A. 2017. Training Writing Centre tutors for argument in a digital age. In S. Clarence and L. Dison (eds.) Writing Centres in Higher Education: Working In and Across the Disciplines. Stellenbosch: Sun Media. 81 – 96.  (Book extract here)

Pallitt, N. & Govender, S. (forthcoming). ‘The voice behind the message’: Rethinking WhatsApp for multimodal learning. Special Issue: Multimodal Learning. Multimodal Technologies and Interaction. 

Pearman, A. 2017. Supporting academic communication in Writing Centres in the digital age: Video composition in the context of a writing centre consultation. In S. Clarence and L. Dison (eds.) Writing Centres in Higher Education: Working In and Across the Disciplines. Stellenbosch University Press. 177 – 192. (Book extract here)

Simpson, Z. and Archer, A. 2017. Combining autoethnography and multimodal social semiotics: potential for theory and method. Social Semiotics. 27,5. 656 – 670.

Weiss, R. 2017. Patient-centred communication and patient education: a multimodal social semiotic approach. Unpublished PhD thesis. University of Cape Town

2019 Presentations

Archer, A. 2019. Recognition of student resources in digital environments. A-MoDE International Conference on Approaches to Multimodal Digital Environments: from theories to practices. University of Rome ‘Tor Vergata’. 20 – 22 June.

2018 Presentations

Archer, A. 2018. Exploring academic argument in data visualization. 9th International Conference on Multimodality (9ICOM), University of Southern Denmark. Odense. 15 – 17 August.

Archer, A. 2018. ‘Multimodality and Writing’. Swiss Forum for Academic Writing Conference. University of Applied Science, Lucerne. Switzerland. 6 – 8 June.

Archer, A. 2018. Changing academic landscapes: Principles and practices of a writing centre. Fourth Bi-annual International Conference in Academic and Professional Communication (ICAPC). Gaborone, University of Botswana. 9 – 11 July.

Archer, A. 2018. Multimodality and writing in Higher Education: Changing texts and pedagogies. Fourth Bi-annual International Conference in Academic and Professional Communication (ICAPC). Gaborone, University of Botswana. 9 – 11 July.

Archer, A. 2018. Exploring academic argument in information graphics. 9th International Conference on Multimodality (9ICOM), University of Southern Denmark. Odense. 15 – 17 August.

Archer, A. and Björkvall, B. 2018. Discourses in and around: upcycled artefacts as instantiations of discourse. 9th International Conference on Multimodality (9ICOM), University of Southern Denmark. Odense. 15 – 17 August.

Moxley, K. and Archer, A. 2018. Negotiating conflicting discourses around citation and plagiarism in academic writing. Poster presented at Medical Faculty Academic Day, Stellenbosch University, August.

Price, C. 2018. Using student-selected precedent and guiding themes in landscape architectural meaning-making trajectories. 9th International Conference on Multimodality (9ICOM), University of Southern Denmark. Odense. 15 – 17 August.

Prince, R. 2018. Assessment of multimodal academic numeracy practices. 9th International Conference on Multimodality (9ICOM), University of Southern Denmark. Odense. 15 – 17 August.

2017 Presentations

Archer, A. 2017. Defining multimodal academic literacy: Changing texts, spaces and pedagogies in Higher Education. Third Bremen Conference on Multimodality. Bremen, Germany. 20 – 22 September.

Archer, A. 2017. Recognition of diverse students’ experiential and multimodal resources for access to Higher Education. The 43rd Annual Conference of the International Association for Educational Assessment. Batumi, Georgia. Assessment as a social lever. 2 – 6 October.

Archer, A. 2017. Multimodality and Writing. Multimodal Pedagogies in Higher Education Colloquium. University of the Western Cape. 7 – 8 August.

‘Changing Writing’ at the Teaching and Learning Conference. University of Cape Town. 2 August 2017. [Description here, blog post here and video recordings here]

Pallitt, N.; Govender, S. & Hodgkinson-Williams, C. 2017. Using voice recordings for formative feedback in a blended, block-release course on online learning design. HELTASA conference, Durban. 24 November.

Pallitt, N.; Govender, S. & Lee Pan, S. 2017. Under pressure: supporting staff teaching online in uncertain times. Sakai Virtual Conference, 14 November.