Publications

Refereed

Harwood, C,. & Koyama, D. (2020). Creating a virtual writing center to support self-regulated learning. Studies in Self-Access Learning Journal, 11(3), 164–186. PDF

Harwood, C., & Brett, C. (2019). Obuchenie online: The applicability of Vygotskian pedagogy to online teaching and learning. Technology, Interaction, Cognition and Learning 11(2-3),141-161.PDF

Hirose, K., & Harwood, C. (2019). Factors influencing English as a foreign language (EFL) writing instruction in Japan: a teacher education perspective. In Seloni, L. & Henderson Lee, S (Eds), Second language writing instruction in global contexts: English language teacher preparation and development. UK: Multilingual Matters. ISBN 9781788925853

Harwood, C., Demmans Epp, C., & Brett, C. (2019). Appropriating Facebook Groups to support literacy development in English for academic purposes contexts. In A. Palalas (Ed.) Blended Language Learning: International perspectives on innovative practices. Beijing: Open University of China Press. PDF

Harwood, C., & Lai, C. (2017). Linguistic capital: Language medium of instruction policy in Hong Kong. Language Problems and Language Planning, Vol. 41:2.PDF

Harwood, C., & Mann, A. (2017). A constructivist approach to teaching media studies using Google Drive. Journal of Interactive Technology and Pedagogy, 11.PDF

Harwood, C. (2014). Personal learning environments: Using symbalooEDU in learning English for academic purposes. ESP Today,Vol.2 (2), 199-215. E-ISSN-2334-9050 PDF

Harwood, C. & Blackstone, B (2012) Using Facebook to extend learning into students’ digital lives. English Language Teaching World Online, Vol.4. ISSN 1793-8732 PDF

Harwood, C. & Blackstone, B (2012) Pedagogical blogging: Enhancing motivation and opportunities for learning within two university-level communities of practice. In M. Kabilan, W.Too & H. Widodo (Eds.), ICT and ELT Research and Practices in South East Asia (pp.181-213). Penerbit Universiti, Malaysia. ISBN 978-983-861-5631

Blackstone, B., & Harwood, C. (2011). Pedagogical blogging for university courses. Global Perspectives, Local Initiatives: Reflections and Practice in ELT (Selected Papers from the Third CELC Symposium for English language teachers), Centre for English Language Communication, National University of Singapore. ISBN 978-981-08-9008-7 PDF

Harwood, C. (2010). Using blogs to practice grammar editing skills. English Language Teaching World Online, Vol.2. ISSN 1793-8732 PDF

Non-Refereed

Harwood, C. (2017). The article system in English: some implications for the Japanese EFL classroom. Mulberry, No 67, 37-49. PDF.

Harwood,C. (2017). Politeness and university student online communication.The Journal of the Faculty of Foreign Studies Aichi Prefectural University, No 49, 35-45.ISSN 13420992 PDF

Harwood, C. (2011). A review of “symbalooEDU, the personal learning environment platform”. English Language Teaching World Online, Vol.2. ISSN 1793-8732 PDF

Harwood, C. (2011). A review of “Tips for Teaching with CALL: Practical Approaches to Computer-assisted Language Learning”. English Language Teaching World Online, 3. ISSN 1793-8732 PDF

Theses

Harwood, C. (2017). Ph.D. An Analysis of the Teaching and Learning of Academic Literacies in Online Book Clubs. PDF

Harwood, C. (2008). M.A. Washback and the Cambridge Key English Test Speaking Component: A study from Japan (Distinction).PDF