Archer, A. 2010. Multimodal texts in Higher Education and the implications for writing pedagogy. English in Education, 44(3): 201 – 213.

Archer, A. 2010. Visual dimensions of academic discourse in Higher Education. Communitas. Journal for Community Communication and Information Impact, 15: 57 – 71.

Archer, A. 2010. Challenges and potentials of Writing Centres in South African tertiary institutions. South African Journal of Higher Education, 24(4): 495 – 510.

Archer, A. 2010. Shamanism and Science: Reciprocal curriculum as transformative. Education as Change, 14(1): 61 – 75.

Brown, C. and Czerniewicz, L. 2010. Debunking the “digital native”: beyond digital apartheid, towards digital democracy. Journal of Computer Assisted Learning, 26: 357–369

Cronje, F. 2010. Creating Hybrid Border Spaces in the classroom through video production. English Teaching: Practice and Critique, 9(1): 36 – 47.

Grant, T. 2010. “Body Parts”: the role of nonverbal communication in presentations. My favourite assignment. Business Communication Quarterly, 73(3): 346 – 348.

Grant, T. 2010. From the classroom to the boardroom – higher education strategies for enhancing professional communication practice and ‘graduateness’ for a global workplace. Article based on keynote address published in conference proceedings: Centre for Promoting Learner Autonomy, Sheffield Hallam University: Alpha Books. 7 – 17.


Archer, A. 2009. Invisible landscapes: Students’ constructions of the social and the natural in an engineering course in South Africa. Social Dynamics,  35(2): 258 – 275.

Grant, T and Nodoba, G. 2009.  Dress Codes in Post-Apartheid South African Workplaces. Business Communication Quarterly, 72(3): 360 – 365.

Pallitt, N. 2009. Scarce resources: Conflicts and sharing in discourse around primary school email use. International Journal of Education and Development using ICT, 5(5).

Rall, M. 2009. A multimodal social semiotic analysis of a rock art display. The International Journal of Learning, 16(9): 323–330.


Archer, A. 2008. Investigating the impact of Writing Centre intervention on student writing at UCT. South African Journal of Higher Education, 22(2): 248 – 264.

Archer, A. 2008. Cultural studies meets academic literacies: exploring students’ resources through symbolic objects. Teaching in Higher Education, 13(4): 383 – 394.

Cronje, F. 2008. Sharing identity across Borders: How can video help? Media Education Journal, 44: 19 – 23.

Grant, T. 2008. Focus on business practices – building a personal brand: a serious proposition or passing fad? Business Communication Quarterly, 71(3): 380 – 383.

Grant, T. 2008. Post-graduate diploma collaborative assignment:  Implications for ESL students and curriculum design. South African Journal of Higher Education, 22(6): 1185 – 1196.

Huang, C. and Archer, A. 2008. Discursive constructions of medical students’ identities in informal course-based online discussions. Education as Change, 12(1): 3 – 14.

Paxton, M., Van Pletzen, Archer, A., Arend, M., E., Chihota, C., 2008. Writers’ stance in disciplinary discourses: a developmental view. Southern African Linguistics and Applied Language Studies, 26(1): 107 – 118.

Prince, R. and Archer, A. 2008. A New Literacies approach to academic numeracy practices in Higher Education in South Africa. Literacy and Numeracy Studies, 16(1): 63 – 75. ISSN 1441-0559.


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