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Dr Heejin Chang

Dr Heejin Chang
Name Heejin Chang
Position Lecturer (English Language)
Section USQ College (English Language)
Office K205
Location Toowoomba Campus
Phone +61 7 4631 1344
Extension 1344
Qualifications BSc Sookmyung Women's Uni , MA(TESOL) Sookmyung Women's Uni , PhD Newcastle upon Tyne
Languages Korean (accredited translator)

Fields of Research (FoR)

  • English As A Second Language ( 470306 )
  • Teacher Education And Professional Development Of Educators ( 390307 )
  • Lote ( 390108 )
  • Applied Linguistics And Educational Linguistics ( 470401 )

Currently teaching courses/programs
EAP7307 Academic Listening and Speaking

Administrative responsibilities
EAP7307 Academic Listening and Speaking
EAP7308 Academic Reading and Writing

Publications in ePrints

Chang, Heejin ORCID: and Windeatt, Scott (2021) Designing and Applying a Moodle-Based E-Textbook for an Academic Writing Course. International Journal of Mobile and Blended Learning, 13 (2). pp. 73-95. ISSN 1941-8647

Austin, Gavin and Chang, HeejinORCID: and Kim, Nayoung and Daly, Eoin (2021) Prosodic transfer across constructions and domains in L2 inflectional morphology. Linguistic Approaches to Bilingualism. ISSN 1879-9264

Padro, Fernando F. and Trimmer, Karen and Chang, HeejinORCID: and Green, JonathanORCID: (2020) TQM’s presence within legal systems: example of impact on Australian higher education. The TQM Journal. pp. 1-20. ISSN 1754-2731

Chang, Heejin ORCID: and Windeatt, Scott (2018) A teacher's framework for online English for academic purposes courses. In: Online and hybrid classroom education. TESOL Press, Alexandria, Virginia, United States, pp. 49-58. ISBN 978-1-945351-20-4

Palfery, Tatra and Duff, Diane and Chang, HeejinORCID: and McGregor, Rowena (2018) Literacy and Communication Issues and Concerns for Nursing Students from Non-English Speaking Backgrounds (NESB). In: 2018 Foundation and Bridging Educators New Zealand Conference (FABENZ), 29-31 Nov 2018, Wellington, New Zealand.

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